Putting on makeup in an overly warm room where your skin never seems to dry out is a certain way to waste time and feel miserable.
You still need to use a daily moisturizer under your makeup, even if your face feel more hydrated in the heat. Most people benefit greatly from moisturizers that are based in water.
Makeup won't melt off your face in the summer heat if you use primer. It acts as a buffer between your skin and your makeup, keeping the latter in place for longer.
A lightweight, water-resistant liquid foundation is ideal for hot days since it allows makeup to last longer. You should stay away from cream-based concealers.
For blush, contouring, and highlighting, use liquid tints or cream sticks. Applying a thin layer of powder over them will make them sweat-proof.
If you want long-lasting eye makeup, try using your favorite liquid matte lipstick as eyeshadow. Blush is another alternative usage for lipstick..
Loose powder should be applied to the nose, T-zone, and eye areas, as these are the first places makeup wears off. To be safe, use a finishing spray as a final step.
Use blotting papers to remove any remaining shine. Apply foundation and blush with the help of a brush. Put on some setting powder and spritz.