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How To Stop Oily Skin: Part 1


Healthy Skin Tip: If you wear a lot of cosmetics, cleansing your face twice, can leave your skin clean and fresh. First, use a gentle cleanser that is specifically manufactured for cosmetic removal. After you rinse, follow up with a more soothing and hydrating cleanser, to make sure all residue from the makeup and previous cleanser are removed.
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PRODUCTS USED
{FACE}
1) None…and then ARGO cornstarch

{EYES}
1) Loreal True Match in N7 Classic Tan
2) Revlon ColorStay Liquid Liner in “Blackest Black”
3) Covergirl LashBlast Mascara
4) KISS iENVY KPE15 eyelashes in Juicy Volume 4

{CHEEKS}
1) None

{LIPS}
1) Palmer’s Cocoa Butter chapstick

{HAIR}
1) ModelModel Pose AnyCurl Natural Yaky

I absolutely LOVE this remedy. Seriously ya’ll. It’s the bomb dot com if there ever was such a thing. I like to combine cornstarch with my Black Radiance Oil Fighting Pressed Powder for an all day matte. Be sure to moisturize – Summer, Winter, Spring, or Fall!!

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12 Comments

  1. Hello! I’m a guy with oily skin. Do you think this would work for me? and would people be able to tell I am wearing it?
    Thank you!

  2. Hey there! Thanks for watching! Well, I think everybody is different so I can’t say 100% that it will work for you but I certainly think it could help! Nobody can tell I’m wearing it but you MUST apply it lightly!! Otherwise, you will look pale/sick/ghastly. 🙂 I usually dunk my powder brush into the cornstarch, tap 75 to 80% of the product off and then press it into my T zone and then repeat twice with the last time mostly concentrated on the entire face as opposed to just the T zone. 🙂

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  4. the milk go magnesium did not work for me:( so ill try this and hopefully it works! thanks for the information!!

  5. Oh poo! 🙁 By itself, the milk of magnesium doesn’t work for me, either. I literally HAVE to combine the primer, milk of magnesia, and then finish with cornstarch for my face to have a HOPE of staying matte for the better part of 6 hours. 🙂 ((Just don’t put on TOOOO much cornstarch – don’t want to look like a ghost or have that weird white film over your face)) Check out Part 2 of this video for more tips 🙂

  6. It works – I promise! I don’t have normal skin, either. Instead, my skin prefers to be super oily to the point people can see their reflection in my face! lol Just use a light film of cornstarch on your face – just not to the point that you look ghostly. Let me know how it goes!

  7. Hey lovely! Thanks for watching! I use it as a “finishing powder”, but make sure you use it VERY lightly. I mostly concentrate the product in my T zone which is the oiliest part of my face. So, put it on AFTER your face has been completed (i.e. foundation, blush, bronzer, etc.) I hope this helps!