Best Makeup Routine For Dry Skin
We are QUICKLY approaching drier months, and with dryer months come drier skin. Whether you have dry skin year-round or are just needed a winter-friendly makeup routine, I’ve got you covered! I have tested, tried, and swear by these perfect products for your makeup routine.
I love creating darker, more dramatic makeup looks throughout the winter. And to be honest, it finally feels like my makeup isn’t sliding off my face!
These products are absolute must-haves in your makeup routine when it comes to preserving some hydration for dry skin. If you get lost, a good tip is to always use cream or liquid products as opposed to powder! That will get you a long way.
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Let’s get started!
Step #1: Hydrating Base
Having a hydrating base is arguably one of the most important parts of your makeup routine!
Plan on using a good facial moisturizer and hydrating primer before every routine! Here are my favorites:
Makeup Routine Step #2: Foundation
In general, look for foundations that consider themselves hydrating, dewy, or luminous. Here are my favorites:
Makeup Routine Step #3: Concealer
Similar to foundations, we want to stay away from any concealers that will dry out your under eyes! This is a super common problem even with people who don’t necessarily have dry skin.
If you are having trouble finding a great concealer that doesn’t dry out your under eyes, try to stop setting your concealer with powder. Otherwise, try using the foundation you find working the best with your skin as a concealer!
Here are my must have concealers for dry skin:
Step #4: Bronzer & Blush
Being able to use cream products in your makeup routine is a HUGE benefit of having dry skin! They are super easy to use and always look effortless & flawless!
Here are my must have bronzer and contour products for dry skin:
Here are my favorite cream blushes:
Step #5: Highlighter
The key to making dry skin look great is an amazing liquid highlighter to put under your setting powder! We want to be glowing to the GODS am I right?!
Step #6: Setting Powder
This is a step you can honestly skip if your skin is super, super dry! A great tip if you don’t set your makeup is keeping a beauty blender in your purse to blend any smudges out as you go about your day.
Here are the best setting powders for dry skin:
Makeup Routine Step #7: Setting Spray
Setting spray will help melt the powders you do use with the cream-based products used while keeping your makeup in place all day! Here are my absolute to die for setting sprays:
Then, finish off your eyes and brows with your favorite products!
Leave me a comment letting me know what your #1 must have makeup product is! I love having new items to try.