Having oily skin can be both a blessing and a curse. You don't have to rely on makeup to achieve a luminous glow, but it only takes a matter of minutes for your face to turn greasy. (No one wants to look like a hot, sweaty mess!)
With the temperatures finally starting to heat up, we think it's time for a crash course on how to get rid of oily skin. Blotting sheets, translucent powder and face primer are purse-friendly products that reduce shine. And as BellaSugar reporter Kirbie Johnson demonstrates in the video above, they all get the job done in under 30 seconds.
Want to absorb oil but leave skin dewy? Blotting sheets are the way to go. Mattify areas like the T-zone with just one swipe of translucent powder. Or rub on a face primer when you want to go sans makeup and still have velvety, smooth skin.
Do you have oily skin? What products do you use to get rid of shine? Tell us in the comments section.
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