Summer Makeup Tips
What’s up gorgeous? 🙂 🙂
Again the days of summer are come, so are you worrying about your makeup? If yes, then no need to worry because some small-small tips will make you more beautiful in summer days and always keep you fresh.
- Wash your face with gentle facial cleanser
- Try to avoid liquid cream, instead of that apply some powder
- Apply light pink blush on your cheeks, nose, chin, and hairline, keep it very night as it look natural
- If you like to use eye shadow, then use the natural color around the eyes
- Sweat is a common problem in summer, so avoid the liner. But you can use the waterproof mascara, it will make your eyes attractive
- Use the lip gloss or lipstick, but it should be natural color or you can use light pink, peach orange, and you can also add some shine, but avoid the dark colors
- Don’t put anything is excess amount, it will trouble you
I know summer days are the most difficult days for the women, and especially for those who are working. They should have to look fresh and beautiful every time. So for all ladies, it would be preferable for you to carry some makeup stuffs with you like powder, mascara, lip balm or lip gloss, perfume body spray, some tissue paper, face wash and cleanser. Try to wash face 2 or 3 times, it will make you fresh. These things will really help you to deal with the summer days. Most importantly for looking fresh, drink plenty of water and you can also drink fresh juice.
Take care 🙂
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