The heat and moisture can be your worst enemy and destroy all the effort you put into applying the makeup. But there are some advantages of such conditions. Surprisingly, the same moisture and heat can help you with simple repairs. All decorative products are made of pigments and some kind of liquid or creamy medium that are activated by heat and moisture.
There is a big difference between refreshing the foundation on oily and dry skin. Oily skin requires double repairs. The first step is to use sheets for absorption of excess sebum and sweat, then matting and applying a new layer of matting powder. The concealer can be repaired subsequently only in places where it is indispensable. If you have dry skin, moisturizing cream is your friend. Apply a really small amount of moisturizer to the palms, then restore moisture whilst gently tapping it onto the skin. The key is to tap the product in, as this will not remove the blush, bronzer, and other make-up products on the face. The final step would be to apply a concealer or matting powder in a thin layer to strategic parts of the face like the T-Zone.
Try Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder for morning makeup and afternoon repairs.
The blush always gives a dose of freshness and youthful shine to the skin, so it is not surprising how re application of blush can raise the overall appearance and restore the restful appearance of the skin. High-quality creamy blushes blend with skin in all weather conditions, and their reapplication is often relieved precisely for their texture. Blot the face then re-apply. Simple as that.
Try NARS The Multiple that you can use as a lipstick, blush or eye shadow.
Eyebrows must definitely stay in place all day. For them, the action is quite clear - the application of the product in the morning requires the use of the eyebrow pencil and the fixing gel. For re-application use only a pen, and for quick fixes at work and outside the house, I suggest pencils that have a comb on the opposite side. Antonym cosmetics, which we recently found on our market, also have high pigmented eyebrow pencils.
Lipsticks seem to be the simplest thing for reapplication. This can be done easily if it is a shiny, moisturizing lipstick that fades gracefully. Matte textures can be dry on the lips and they can be a bit complex to re-apply, so I suggest that you remove previously applied lipstick and apply a new, fresh layer. Try CHANEL ROUGE ALLURE LIQUID POWDER, a matte liquid lipstick that comes in beautiful summer shades and stays long on your lips.
Photo: Franjo Matković