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Making Your Makeup Last Longer
If you're in class or the office for the whole day you want to make sure your makeup last. This means smudge-free eyeliner and non-oily skin. If your makeup is loosing it's freshness by afternoon, you may find these tips helpful. 1. Invest in waterproof eyeliner and mascara. Just in case you rub your eyes in the middle of a meeting, You do not want to leave the room looking like a panda. 2. Don't skip the primer. A good foundation primer is helps even out skin tone and keeps your base foundation smooth all day. Certain primers also keeps oily and shiny skin at bay and moisturize dry skin. If you have natural redness, use a primer with a slight tint to it. 3. Keep your hands off your face. This will improve your complexion in the long term. Avoiding touching your face to keep oil and germs that can lead to future breakouts away from your skin. 4. Get in the habit of keeping a small makeup pouch in your bag. Pack the essentials (concealer, eyedrops, lipstick, and cream blush) for quick touch ups. If you need to freshen up your makeup use a face mist to immediate brighten up your complexion.
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@galinda Interesting. I have to look into that. I've been using Lush's tea tree toner mist and it has done a pretty good job so far.
3 years ago·Reply
I find that a combination of primer and setting spray makes your makeup last longer.
3 years ago·Reply
I needed this card so much! I always hate how much work I put into my makeup only to see it come off by the middle of an event.
3 years ago·Reply
@chandnip804 I have to give that a try. I rarely use primer.
3 years ago·Reply
@stargaze, you won't regret it. This card and its tips are real good but my combination has been working for me and since my routine is working, I have no reason to change it.
3 years ago·Reply
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