Before I got into wearing makeup in college, I never really knew that there was a difference in skin types. It wasn't until I went to the MAC store with my friend to pick out our first "high class foundation" (as my friend called it) that I learned the different. My friend, who has oily skin, revealed that she must be careful of the products she uses on her face because it can make her skin produce more oil. Though my skin isn't oily, I was surprised to hear the unexpected things you do to make your oily skin worse because some of them were so simple.
For people with oily skin, something as simple as washing your face more than twice a day can increase the amount of oil that your skin produces. The way my friend explained it, having oily skin is one of the worst things because your face always feels greasy and looks shiny. She explained that wearing the wrong makeup over oily skin takes away from the glowing look she goes for and never lasts like she wants it. That's why it's important for her to do the right things to keep her skin as oil-free as possible.
So, if you need to stay oil-free, here are seven things you should avoid.