You spend so much time to conceal your tough blemishes, evening out your natural skin tone, perfecting your makeup depending on your mood and season, and finish it up with a perfect lipstick or lip gloss. Then, to your utter dismay without any reason, all your makeup starts melting!
So, today we have compiled top makeup tips to help you in just these situations. So, the mission to smudge proof your makeup begins right here.
1. Put Your Antiperspirant At Night
If you want to smell really good the next day morning, apply your favorite antiperspirant the previous night before you get your beauty sleep. This gives the ingredients in the formula the time to start working before your day begins.
Now if your lipstick has the tendency to come off easily when the skin below your nose and over your upper lips sweat or your smack your lips too often, as you line your lips, don’t forget to even cover and fill in your total lips with the liner.Then apply lipstick and also gloss (optional). The lipstick may come off, but your liner won’t from your lips for at least 2-3 hours giving you’re the false lipstick effect.
4. Finishing Spray
5. Stock Up On Oil Blotting Sheets
How much ever you try to control oil and sweat, I am sure there are days when you just can’t prevent the sweat bursting off your skin. That’s totally normal with most of us. But, I would say it is totally fine as long as you are prepared for it! Most people make a big mistake of layering compact powder over the sweat to control the oil and shine. But, this is the biggest makeup fail! Applying powder over sweat will crease and blotch your makeup, leaving the skin cakey. Instead, choose smarter options like oil absorbing blotting sheets in your arsenal. They are packed in a very thin and light form but work like magic! Blot your forehead, T-zone, and under eye area to instantly absorb shine and stay matte.
6. Never Forget Your Primer
7. Ice It
This trick is loved by many makeup and skin care experts. Grab a fresh ice cube and start gently slathering it on your entire face area, leaving the delicate under eye area. Gently massage the ice cube without putting too much pressure as the coldness of the ice cube might irritate the capillaries in the skin. So, remember to work with a light hand for good 2 seconds and then remove it. Then, take a clean towel, pat dry your skin, and then start applying your favorite makeup. This trick will cool down your skin, closing up your large pores and prevent your makeup melt less outside!