Since I dont have super dry skin only dry areas every now and then I can’t say how well it will work for very dry skin. However it sinks in super fast, never feels oily/greasy like some oils, made my skin feel overall softer and made my skin texture more even, made my dry areas feel very comforted and took away the tight feeling of dry skin. You can use it with other moisturizers because it sinks in really quickly. You can add a few drops into foundation to make it more moisturizing, use it on your hair, add it into body lotion or hair masks, use it on your cuticles, it’s a very multi functional product.
Some people even say it helped with their acne and faded scars!
The good thing is you can always ask for a sample at Sephora to try it before you buy :)
My favorite is the Wet n Wild MegaLiner because it dries matte and the brush is super thin so you can create the sharpest, crisp line. Plus it’s only $3!
I also really like ELF Liquid Liner because it’s just like the Wet n Wild Megaliner but not matte. Same thin brush. Only $1.
If a thin brush isnt your thing and you prefer a pen or felt tip (better for beginners, easier to use) try something like Maybelline Line Stiletto or Stila Stay All Day Liquid Liner :)
It might be a little tricky to find a single matte white eyeshadow you might need to check in quads and trios and such but here are some suggestions! :)
Milani White Lie ($6)
MAC Gesso ($15)
Wet n Wild Brulee which is more of a cream than a white! ($2)
NYX White ($5)
For highlighting try something like the Prep & Prime Highlighting Pen. It comes in 3 shades a pale pink tone, a pale yellow and a medium beige/pink for all skin shades. This won’t give much coverage if you want to use it as a concealer under the eyes for severe dark circles but it’s great for highlighting the face!
If you want a great highlighting concealer try MAC Pro Longwear concealer, it has great coverage to still cover under eye circles but it’s light weight so you can still use to highlight all over the face!
For contouring use something like MAC Blunt, it’s a matte brown blush. Very pigmented a little goes a long way!
Since Blunt is a pretty dark people with more fair skin might have a little trouble applying it so I’d recommend Matte Bronze Bronzing Powder for lighter skin tones. It’s matte and a medium brown!
You could also use a MAC Mineralized Skinfinish Natural powder in a dark shade to contour with because the powders are matte, baked and creamy so it’d be like using a baked bronzer :)