×

Warning

JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 130

How to apply sweat-proof make-up
Monday, 20 June 2016 10:39 Published in Research & Survey

  • font size decrease font size increase font size
  • Print
  • Email
  • Be the first to comment!

New Delhi: From outlining before applying lipstick, using powder blush instead of cream to using primer regularly, just a few tweaks in your beauty regime can give you a long-lasting and sweat-proof look, says an expert.

Aakriti Kochar, Beauty and Make-up Expert, Oriflame India, shares some tips for long lasting make-up. 

* Use a matte bronzer during monsoon rather than one with shimmer. Avoid any make-up product with shimmer. Neutral tones of eye shadow, cheeks and lips, peach tones that reflect healthy skin are a big yes. 

* Outline your lips first before applying lipstick, to prevent bleeding due to humidity. Use creamy lipsticks which are nourishing to avoid using a gloss on top. 

* Use a concealer followed by loose powder or compact as a base for the eye shadow. This will make your eye shadow stay, also without creasing. If you need to cover spots, use a concealer instead. Do not forget to seal it with powder or loose powder to set it well. 

* After cleansing, toning and moisturising, always use a primer before applying make-up to make it long wear. Make sure this primer is with matte finish and lasts longer without making your skin greasy. 

* Use powder blush instead of cream or gel ones in monsoon specially. Use powder eye shadows instead of cream, and gel. Powder make-up tends to crease less and stay longer. Lip or cheek tints are a good idea for summers or monsoon as well, since its light weight and gives a natural hint of colour.

* Avoid heavy make-up, dark eyes in monsoon - smokey eyes is a no! Curl your lashes and use a waterproof mascara instead of a regular one to prevent smudging. Fresh colours of pink, red, orange, light brown and nude are great for the season.

  • Input: IANS

Leave a comment

Make sure you enter all the required information, indicated by an asterisk (*). HTML code is not allowed.