The hot, sticky humidity of summer doesn’t fade until mid-fall around the Chattanooga area, and when temperatures rise, makeup runs (or smudges, or smears, or drips). Here are a few ways to choose makeup that’s good for your face and won’t succumb to the high temperatures. By Candice Graham
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Cover Model Parul Patel's Top Tip:
“Moisturizer with added SPF for extra protection is an absolute must in summertime! I would have to say, though, that my all-time favorite summer makeup product is probably bronzer. I love the nice overall glow it gives to your skin with no tanning necessary!”
Use baby powder.
A quick dusting of baby powder will absorb excess moisture from your face and make it easier for makeup like eyeliner and lip liner to stay in place.
Added bonus: It also reduces acne and pimples by drying out pores.
Opt for a stain.
Lip stains and blush stains, have lots of pigment, making them long-lasting and color concentrated. Look for a stain that also hydrates, as some can leave lips and skin feeling dry.
Prime before you apply.
Primers help makeup stay in its intended place. Some primers can do wonders for skin, too. Take BB cream for example, which does the job of not only a primer, but of a moisturizer, sunscreen, skin treatment, concealer, and foundation all in one!
Waterproof makeup won’t budge no matter where your summertime activities take you. From diving into a pool to crying at a wedding to being caught in a rainstorm, with waterproof, you’re set. When choosing a waterproof foundation, opt for one with added SPF so the summer rays won’t burn your skin.