If your skin feels tight, dry, or even rough, and you have no oily spots - you probably have a DRY skin type.
Dry skin is usually characterised by fine pores, a matt or slightly dull appearance, and possibly tightness or flakiness towards the edges of your face. Dry skin is more susceptible to sensitivity or external environments (wind, sun & heat damage) as oil creates a natural protective barrier - so redness, inflammation and irritation can occur especially during colder months.
Like all skin types, dry skin is genetic. Dry skin usually produces less sebum or natural oils (not water, that’s dehydrated skin which is a skin condition, not a skin type) and it is very common, especially in winter.
As your skin is slacking in its own oil production, your skin loses its ability to produce and retain suficient moisture.
Ageing and hormones are all contributors to dry skin, as well as some external lifestyle and environmental triggers.
You can have dry skin and also have dehydrated skin. It is very common that on top of a lack of oil production, there is a lack of water in your skin, which can result in that "tight" feeling in your skin.