I have ultra oily skin, and it made me a little bit shiny after wearing it for 16 hours without a setting powder. It's so long lasting, but it does have a satin to dewy finish. I would recommend using a setting powder if you don't want to look shiny.
answered 7 months ago
This foundation is chock-o-block full of 'cones, so if you are oily and/or acne-prone you might want to skip it. I know some people will never admit that 'cones are harmful to oily/acne-prone skin, but that does not change the fact that they are. There are SO many choices for foundations these days it makes no sense to buy something bad for your skin just because it's a novelty and you don't want to be left out of it.
I can't remember off hand if it is oil free, but I tend to get oily t-zone by the afternoon... When I wear this as foundation, with a very light dusting of powder (any kind-usually Edward Bess quad illuminating powder), it stays set all day, no greasy areas, no blotting, and it doesn't wear off or get splotchy.
I would not say this is oil-free. It is lightweight so it will not give you the matte effect of a medium/full coverage foundation. I have oily skin and I still love it because since it is light it doesn't attract attention to pimples which some fuller coverage foundations tend to do. If you use a powder over it and then reapply the powder once a day you should be fine!
answered 8 months ago
(Newport, Rhode Island)