Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Sweat Proof Beauty tricks !

The sweat proof beauty tips can really come in handy, especially looking at the kind of weather we're about face in a few days ;)  read on !

Apply Eyeshadow With a Damp Brush.

Wet your brush with a bit of water before dipping it into your eyeshadow, It dries to a nice glazed finish that lasts.

Be Strategic Around Your Eyes.

use foundation or tinted moisturizer around eyes to downplay and brighten. Then use concealer only on the inner, deep-set part of the eye. That way, you use less of the fuller-formula concealer.

  Spot-Treat Shine

Get rid of oiliness when you notice it—before it makes your makeup run. If you are wearing foundation,   touch up with a low-pigment powder and a tight brush. If you aren’t wearing foundation, go for blotting papers and films instead.”


Lock In Moisture the Right Way

Moisturizing isn’t about adding oil to the skin, It’s about keeping moisture in. So use an oil-free or light moisturizer over damp skin and work from the inside out by drinking extra water to stay hydrated.

Sweat-Proof Beauty Trick No. 6: Put On Your Antiperspirant at Night

This gives the ingredients time to start working even before your day begins

Deal With a Sweaty Head ASAP.

When you feel your hair begin to get damp reach for dry shampoo, or try blotting with ├╝ber-absorbing paper towels.

Head Off Scalp Oiliness.

If you’re an active person and you’re having problems controlling the oiliness of your scalp, it’s time to make a switch to shampoo for oily hair, even if you don’t normally classify your hair as oily.

Switch Your Mascara Formula.

Waterproof mascara will stay put longer. If ypu have Sensitive eye,  look for a weatherproof—not waterproof—formula. It’s a bit easier to remove.

Get Thee a Primer.

For days when you really want to make sure your makeup stays put, it’s time to turn to primer. You can wear it under your foundation or use this genius trick: Mix a touch with full-formula foundation to give a tinted moisturizer feel with the added staying power of the primer.

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