Day: July 2, 2019
Summer is the time of year to enjoy long warm evenings with friends, dance the night away at garden parties and dust off the barbecue, but what about keeping your makeup looking fresh? While you are enjoying the heat, your eyeliner can smudge and your foundation can start to shimmer, making you look hot and feel uncomfortable.
Being prepared and using the right products for the time of year can help you to look your best all day long. With another heatwave predicted, now might be a good time to perfect your summer look.
A night moisturiser is great for when the harsh cold winter dries out your skin, but a lighter cream is all you need in the warmer months. Many day moisturisers now include SPF, so always check the packaging and get the right one for your skin type.
Eye primer can take away the shine and help to secure your eye makeup. Make sure you match yours to your skin colour and apply it as a base with your foundation.
Don’t be tempted to cake on the foundation in the heat, as it will melt onto your clothes and can form grease and sweat rims on your neck. Letting a little vitamin D into your skin via natural sunlight is a good thing, drying up problem skin and giving you a healthy glow.
Use powder makeup
If you usually wear cream shadow, try applying powder shadow instead. Creams can suffocate your skin and end up looking sticky, while powder gives a matte finish.
Summer is also a great time for investing in some new summer dresses to keep you looking great and feeling cool all day long. Fashion brands such as https://www.axparis.com/collections/summer-dresses have a wide variety of styles to suit every occasion.
Always complete your makeup with a finishing powder and take this with you if going out for the day or straight from work. This will take away any shine and even out your skin tone. There are also finishing sprays available that set your makeup in the same way that hairspray can set your hair.
Don’t forget to take your makeup off at the end of the day to let your skin breathe and keep it healthy.…Details