How to Deal with The Heat While Wearing Summer Makeup

How to Deal with The Heat While Wearing Summer Makeup

Beaches, pool parties, dinners, night outs, get-togethers, and more make summer enjoyable! You want to look and feel you’re most confident. Meanwhile, you do not want to be bothered with melting foundations or smeared colors! How do you beat makeup in the heat?

In this article, we will share a few tried and true methods. Keep reading if you need to refresh yourself on what’s happening this summer. Regardless of the event, we have you covered.

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Proper Reapplication 

Here, we want to emphasize the necessity of sunscreen. Including melanoma, sunscreen protects your skin against several skin concerns. Additionally, sunscreen protects your skin from sun damage when you wear makeup.

Wearing sunscreen every day is the number-one way to protect yourself from the sun. However, one more rule is just as important—proper reapplication. Reapplying regularly may help protect you more than you think. That’s true even if you wear the highest level of sunscreen available. Using sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 will help you cope with the summer heat (and protect your skin!).

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Sunscreen should reapply every two to four hours. To ensure your skin is properly protected, reapply the sunscreen every few hours. Taking this step is easy to keep in mind when you check your makeup throughout the day – just be sure to keep facial sunscreen on hand.

Use A Water-Based Toner

Firstly, we need to know something about toner. Everyone does not have to use toner. This formula can restore your skin’s pH balance. Additionally, that formula is extremely dry and not recommended for individuals with sensitive skin.

If you have an extensive skincare routine and want to reset your skin’s pH levels between steps, you should use a toner. It also removes bacteria and dirt. Due to the formula’s dryness, the toner will keep your skin looking just like that beneath makeup.

Although toners cannot block sweat or the sun’s rays, they can dry up your skin for a short time after wearing them. After applying makeup, be sure to moisturize properly so your skin and makeup won’t suffer.

Before using a toner, determine your skin type. Additionally, seeking the advice of an esthetician is a good idea. Using JustServ will help you find a talented professional. There is a good chance to find talented estheticians in your area.

Choose the right primer

In the summer, you should use a primer before applying makeup. A primer is essential for summer makeup, and it all starts at the base. Primers prepare your skin to accept makeup and extend its staying power. They are available in various forms, such as gel, water-based, cream, and spray. The primer that is formulated especially for eyeshadow is also available. In my experience, your eyeshadow will crease in seconds. Use an eye primer for the best results.

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Primers provide better glide for makeup, and this variant also helps keep the skin cool, so you’ll sweat less, and your makeup will stay in place longer.

In the case of oily skin, you may want to choose a water-based or gel primer. While this may sound odd, let’s explain why. Moisturisers hydrate your skin. Your skin produces less oil when it is hydrated.

Blotting papers

Blotting papers are extremely convenient as well. It is easy to use, discreet, and quickly restores a feeling of comfort and freshness.

Blotting papers are made of paper pulp that includes flax, which is soothing and gentle on the skin. An ideal alternative to traditional cosmetics, which are harsh on your skin and add another layer of impermeable makeup to worsen the problem.

Skin looks naturally fresh and healthy after using it, absorbing excess oil. The papers contain ingredients that perfectly create a powdery finish that replaces matte makeup. Furthermore, they are typically available in various colors to match different skin tones.

The advantages of high-quality blotting papers make them the best products for controlling shine during summer. Avoid shiny skin at all costs. Utilize oil control papers to reduce shine when it threatens to ruin your complexion.

It also slows the oxidation process. Like primer, it’s about preference, but it helps a lot in the summer when it’s hot outside.

Protect your festival makeup this summer when you’re ready to rock it. JustServ can help you book makeup professionals if you’d like to go all out and see a pro.

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