Makeup tips in summer

Summer is full of sweat and there may be chance of melting make up. Take necessary precautions to get rid of simple and comfy. The heat and humidity are a challenge. Make a few little changes to your routine. During summer months, handling the morning duty of keeping skin fresh and hair is a manageable state. Stretching it in the evening, provide a touch of glamour that won’t slip away past midnight. Every woman wants to look good irrespective of everything. It is an important role in it. Temperature rises and summer creeps in, make up can become a sticky mess.

  • Try to avoid makeup breakdown in summers to prep your T-zone with a light antiperspirant product.
  • Apply a lightweight primer, and then apply a lightweight foundation. Opt for a tinted moisturizer with SPF instead of your regular foundation. It can lighter on the skin. Combine small amount of your liquid foundation with an equally small amount of moisturizer. It can provide you with a lighter coat.
  • Stay away from concealer, apply a small amount of foundation to conceal any spots.
  • Avoid using pressed powder in summers. They can form patches on the skin. Use a sparingly.
  • Apply an eye primer and use a soft shimmery eye shadow on your lids. It gives a glow on your lids and opts for a colored eye gloss. Use is as a quick as a cream shadow. Opt for cream eye shadow as they can melt off the face in hot summer months.
  • Apply waterproof or long wear gel eyeliner in color like brown, black, and navy. Curl your lashes and apply it a few coats of waterproof mascara. It is better to use a smear proof clear lash gel for a glimmering effect.
  • Apply a light layer of a gel or liquid blush for cheek color. Use a blush to stay longer than powder. Light shade of bronze on cheekbones and chin gives you a beautiful suntan.
  • Try to have a lip liner to avoid the color from bleeding. Lips should have a coat of long wear lip stain with a bit of shine. Don’t use dark colors to your lips.
  • Soft matter is the most preferable that it can be a pink shade or soft brown with sheer gloss.
  • A few spritzes of a makeup- setting spray can finish your look.
  • Cover your body scars using concealers which are water resistant.
  • Sun can wreck on colored hair. Treat your hair by deep condition your hair using a product containing keratin, jojoba oil, wheat germ protein or other natural ingredients that increase moisture, shine, and elasticity.
  • Leave in conditioner with sunscreen in it before you go out in the sun.
  • Keep your hair coated with light moisturizing products that can keep frizzy hair at bay.
  • Hair products with formaldehyde in it as they tend to dry out hair.
  • Try to stay away from hot styling tools like blow dryers, hot irons, rollers for summer months.
  • Powder Bronzers are easy to apply and look for one with varying shades that can swirl together for the most authentic looking results.
  • Moisturize your face make up that provides a smooth base for whatever goes on next.
  • Brushing powder foundation over the tinted moisturizer in spots where you need to have an extra coverage for blemishes or areas of redness around your nose.
  • It is more likely to wear a vivid top or carry a bright bag which is the perfect time to play up your makeup palette. A punchy blush on the apples of the cheeks is a good place to start.
  • If you need to perk up your makeup too, blot first, and then follow up with a dusting of pressed powder with a hint of luminescence.
  • Switch out thick lipstick that is opting for clear balm or skip altogether. You are feeling low maintenance doesn’t mean you have to look it.
  • Use a lip liner pre-application if you need extra definition, but go for a nude shade to keep that carefree feeling, or try an invisible lip liner that deposits a clear, waxy film to stop color from bleeding.