Ponds Luminous Finish BB+ Cream - (FYI, this isn't a "BB cream" like you would find in Asia. It's more of a thickened tinted moisturizer.) This is really good for those of us will dull, dry skin. It's more on the pinkier side though, so if you're yellow, this may not be the best choice for you. The fact that there are only two shades in this range make it hard to make sure you have a decent colour match.
Revlon ColourStay Foundation - I remember when this was the most popular drugstore foundation out there on YouTube for both oily and dry skinned makeup lovers. This was a foundation that was a staple item in a lot of oily skinned bloggers' routine. I've tried the dry skin formula myself and wasn't a fan of the thick formula, but if you've got oily skin, I would suggest picking this up.
Make Up For Ever HD Foundation - This is something I would find to be more suitable with those that have more oilier skin than I do, since mine is very dry. As long as you moisturize enough (I use two serums), then you should be okay. The coverage and longevity in this foundation is really good. When I first use a makeup wipe to remove my makeup at night, there is still foundation left, just on the wipe now instead of my face. The colour range is also really good so you'll have a better chance of finding a shade that matches you.
Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation - Other staple I've heard being talked about on blogs and YouTube. This is supposed to be a long wearing foundation which is perfect for those with oily skin. It's also supposed to be able to cover tattoos so, as you can see, it's supposed to be a full coverage foundation!
If you have any suggestions for foundations for other/various skin types, leave them in the comments section!
Makeup 101 is going to be a series of blog posts telling you what sort of products I would recommend for certain things in a makeup routine. Later on, I'll probably end up writing some tips and tricks. Feel free to leave requests in the comments section!