Most of my shoot footage have an oiled face like below. Does anyone have a tip of how to reduce the oiled? thanks.
You have to buy it but Digital Anarchy's 'Beauty Box' plugin has a specific tool for 'shine' removal that is very good.
It can almost totally remove the shine in your clip.
You can download and test it for free.
Steve's suggestion is the best route. Past that, there's also some cosmetic work possible in the Maxon/RedGiant Universe.
You could try something in Lumetri, putting a tracked mask on her face for that Lumetri instance. Then try to use the various tools to bring that down ... perhaps the HSL tab, seeing if you can get a key on it, then bring it down and get some shading ... maybe.
"Shine" on a face can be a major task for a colorist to handle in Resolve, btw ... it ain't easy. Zits? Sure ... shine ... well now, that takes some practice ... 😉
and that's why you should always have some face powder with you on set... and very useful having a makeup person available on set to touch this sort of thing up in between takes cause in a hot environment it will constantly be a problem. Although you can sometimes fix things in post, not always possible.
and Patrick Sheffield has some great tools "Makeup Artist III" that are available thru FX Factory. Patrick's been a great help when I needed some support with this.
I just made a quick pass with the Makeup Artist Coverup II filter and here's the result...
I'm sure given some tweaks and a higher resolution to start from would yield better results. As Michael mentioned, it's available from FxFactory.