Hot and humid temperatures can make your make up behave in strange ways. Here are some cool tips to help you look hot!
- Keep make-up in place by using powder formulations on eyes and cheeks, touching up with loose translucent powder throughout the day.
- Concealing a breakout gets tricky in bright sunlight. After applying foundation, brush a water-based concealer directly onto the blemishes and then blend away the edges seamlessly. Lock in place with a dusting of loose translucent powder - not pressed powder, which tends to cake in the heat.
- Chapped lips? Un-chap lips by coating them with a lip balm. Even though trendy lip-gloss has a wet look, most aren`t hydrating.
Tips for Colour Usage
Get into these colours and become one with the music of the spheres.
- Hot lips take centre stage. Take on the heat and don`t just stop at red!
- Go for a gold tint for the face and shoulders. No need to rush. Precious metals are going to be around for a while.
- Focus on seeing the forest from the trees when it comes to your make-up palette edge
Few Tips for Great looking heeks
Now, tinge your cheeks with pink, red, brown and beige. But make sure it blends well. Here are few tips for great looking cheeks..
- First invest in a good blush brush. Your readymade ones that come in the compact boxes will not do. Choose something that is fairly full and round with tapered sides. Of course it should have soft bristles.
- Accentuate your cheeks by smiling. Now apply the blush in upward strokes and blend it with your hairline.
- Remember, your make-up should complement your outfit and not clash with it. So, choose colours that will blend with your clothes.
- For day wear, keep the look natural. For fairer skin, it`s peach or cool pink blush that will subtly accentuate your looks. If you are dusky, then stick to brown and bronze shades.