The best makeup for textured skin is a foundation that is lightweight, easy to apply, and looks natural. It should also be able to cover up any blemishes or redness that you have.
The best foundation for textured skin will have a matte finish and will blend easily into your skin. You can also use a primer if you have an oily T-zone, but this is not necessary.
The best way to apply your foundation is with a damp beauty blender sponge. This will help blend the product into your skin seamlessly and will prevent streaking or uneven coverage. The key is to apply it in small circular motions until it’s completely blended into your skin.
For concealer, look for one that’s light enough for your skin tone but doesn’t highlight any discoloration or dark spots on your face—you want it to be invisible! Concealers with yellow undertones tend to work better with textured skin because they are less likely to make these imperfections stand out than pink ones would be (which would make them look even worse). You can also try using an eye shadow in place of concealer if you’re looking for something more natural-looking instead of cakey like most concealers tend
Best makeup for textured skin
Who doesn’t want their base makeup to look flawless, skin-like and natural? But making your foundation look non-cakey is a struggle for many, especially if you have bumps, acne, scars and large pores, aka textured skin. Applying foundation on textured skin can make it look patchy and cakey.
But fret not; we’ve got you covered. Scroll down to find out how to apply foundation on textured skin in four quick and simple steps. Consider this your holy-grail base makeup guide to cover up skin texture successfully.
Step 01: Before applying makeup, it is really important to prep your skin. After cleansing and toning your face, apply a generous amount of lightweight moisturiser like the Pond’s Light Moisturiser Non-Oily Fresh Feel all over your face and neck. The lightweight texture and gentle moisturising benefits hydrate your skin without the greasiness.
Step 02: Next, cover up skin texture, fill in pores and make your base resilient to sweat and oiliness by applying a coin-sized amount of the Lakme Absolute Blur Perfect Makeup Primer all over your face and neck.
Step 03: Next, take about two to three drops of the Lakme Absolute Argan Oil Serum Foundation and dot it all over your face and neck. Blend the foundation in a gentle dabbing motion using a damp makeup sponge. Make sure to apply a thin layer and build-up coverage as you go.
Step 04: Finally, take a little bit of the Lakme 9 to 5 Naturale Finishing Powder and dust it over the areas that tend to get too super oily, and your base makeup is ready!