Long-Lasting Makeup Secrets
Exfoliating regularly and keep those flakes away and remove the dead cells on regular basis.
Wash the face and pad dry it. Then apply oil free moisturizer with SPF to protect from the sun and then apply primer liquid foundation. Don’t allow the moisturizer to absorb into the skin; foundation will wear off in an issue of hours.
Concealers cover blemishes and dark circles, but foundation is meant to merely even out the skin tone. Use a concealer after applying a regular layer of sheer liquid foundation and blend the edges with a small, flat brush.
Thick and dry textured Concealers will stay longer because they’re heavy, but do not apply in one thick layer. Apply in thin layers, allowing them to dry in between each application.
Use cheek stains for natural look, but powdered blush when fully made up.
Use always a compact powder to set the foundation to do touch ups throughout the day.
For lasting foundation, blot the makeup with a paper towel or use makeup blotting sheets throughout the day to remove excess oil.
Use an eye makeup primer which extends the makeup application by hours. The dramatic-eye look is the most popular for long days and even longer nights—less touch-ups needed. Liquid eyeliner can stay longer.
A base or make-up primer will help your eye shadow cling longer to your eyelids.
Use water-resistant or waterproof Mascara for eyes.
On lips by applying foundation before lip liner and lipstick can achieve a longer, lasting coverage.