Oily Skin Must Try Beauty Products

Oily Skin Must Try Beauty Products

Urban Decay Oil Control Setting Spray / Pixi Glow Tonic / Hello Fab Primer

You guys I have found three items that worked so well for my oily skin that I had to do a post. All three of the above items are oily skin must try beauty products.  I purchased all three so these were not gifted and I was not paid to write this review.

The first is the Urban Decay De Slick Makeup Setting Spray.  I’ve honestly had this product sitting in my drawer for so long that they’ve changed the product design. Honestly I had been using the Urban Decay all night setting spray and liked it so I never gave this one a try.  After using this product for the past month, I am strictly using this product from now on.  This is amazing for oily skin! I read a bunch of mixed reviews, but when I use the Hello Fab primer paired with this spray, my makeup not only lasted all day but I didn’t have to blot throughout the day.  I purposely tried to go all day not doing any touch ups and I went around nine hours before there was a noticeable shine to my T zone.  This is amazing considering I’m usually using my blotting strips every couple of hours.

The Hello Fab Coconut Skin Smoothie Priming Moisturizer is another game changer for me.  I have typically stayed away from primers and if I do use one, then I use my Tarte primers.  I saw this product at Sephora and blindly tried it.  This was the best blind try I’ve ever had! This primer truly helps my makeup stay on all day and doesn’t streak or make my foundation look cakey at all.

The last product I’ve loved is this Pixi Glow Tonic! This is actually my second bottle after I used my first one up so quickly.  This tonic is an exfoliating toner, which helps to firm skin.  It basically removes dead cells, excess oil and left over makeup that’s stuck in your pores.  I’ve seen so many girls use this product that I decided to give it a try. I’ve noticed such a difference over a month and absolutely love this product.





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