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  1. It seems to be a fact of life: oil leads to acne. But why? They suppress natural skin exfoliation, which causes bacterial growth . Instead, use a water-based styler such as Garnier Fructis Style Curl Scrunch gel ($5 at mass retailers).
  2. These formulas contain ingredients that reduce growth of bacteria. We suggest using the classic Head & Shoulders Clinical Strength Dandruff shampoo ($8 at mass retailers).
  3. Unclog pores with salicylic or glycolic acids, but not benzoyl peroxide, which can bleach hair. To keep breakouts at bay, cleanse with gentle, pre-moistened and self-foaming textured pads, like Aveeno Clear Complexion daily cleansing pads ($7 at mass retailers).
  4. Touch up your skin throughout the day. Invest in oil-blotting sheets, like Clean and Clear Morning Burst Oil-Absorbing sheets ($9 at mass retailers), to pat away excess oil and freshen up on the go.
  5. Heavy conditioning agents such as silicones leave residue behind. Try a lightweight formula that gently treats and untangles, like Charles Worthington London Well Balance conditioner ($13). Avoid the roots, and rinse out your conditioner before cleansing your face.
  6. Since hairstyling products can saturate your pillowcases and leave a messy residue, causing breakouts all over your face, change them at least once a week. Also, to keep your pillows product-free, wash your hair at night as appose to the morning.
  7. Tilt your chin up slightly (so you can see the lash line easily), hold the wand at the base and wiggle brush into lashes lightly from side to side and from root to tip.We like: Maybelline Volum' Express The Rocket in black, $6 at Walmart
  8. Try hues with a bit of sparkle; they look less heavy than matte formulas.We like: Black Opal's Eye Kit in Pot of Gold or Silver Platter, $8 at BlackOpalBeauty.com