Sweat-Proof your skin after summer makeup
Now that you have bid adieu to colder month it’s time to welcome summer by sprucing your skin.
Summer is full of wonderful things — but melting makeup, smeared eyeliner, and super-sticky lipstick are not among them. Here one need to adopt best tips for keeping makeup looking fresh and pretty, even when the weather is working against you.
Your wardrobe isn’t the only thing that needs an update when the temperatures rise so here is the checklist of skin care habit shared by Mr Yashu Jain,Managing Director ,Mattlook cosmetics to adopt in this summer to prevent melting makeup .
Slather the sunscreen
If there is one step that you must follow during spring, it has to be this one. Skipping the sunscreen is a cardinal sin on any given day. But the effects of it are even harsher on days when the sun is at its brightest. Look for sunscreen with SPF 30 at least and make it a part of your daily skincare Routine before you step out of the house a quick lazy-girl
Hack to ensure you apply sunscreen everyday is to find a Moisturizer that has a generous amount of SPF in it. Apply It generously not just on the face but also neck, arms, and chest or any part of the body that may be exposed to the sun. As an extra precaution, you can also carry a small Bottle/tube in your handbag to re-apply during the day. And if you’re planning to take a dip into the pool, use a Waterproof sunscreen that’ll protect you from damage.
Scrub with care
While the dryness in your skin maybe gone with the cool winds, you may think that you don’t need Expoliators anymore. However, it’s during these
Warmer months that your skin need exfoliation the most. Gentle exfoliation during the warmer months saves you from clogged pores and removes blackheads and whiteheads, which in turn gives your skin a chance to breathe. As with any skincare product, it’s best to scan the label beforehand for red flags such as fragrances and alcohol. For sensitive skin, explicators with micro-beads work best.
Are you gearing up for a quick session of spring cleaning around the house? If yes, then it’s about time you gave your skin a quick spring clean session too! With the winds warming up, it’s essential to revamp your skincare routine and give your skin a smooth transaction into the Changing weather. Here are five simple steps that’ll leave your skin all set to glow for the upcoming sunny months.
Lighten the lotion
Moisturizers don’t have to be banished to the back ends of your beauty Drawer with the dawn of spring. In fact, using light, water-based Moisturizers will keep your skin soft and nourished during these months. This holds especially true for these with sensitive skin as water-based
Moisturizers get absorbed easily and don’t leave a tacky layer behind the same theory applies to body lotions. Using oil- or glycerin-based body lotions can cause acne on your back and upper arms bringing your noodle strap top dreams to a resounding halt.
Chuck out your old make-up
We all have a soft corner for that limited edition blush or that perfect shade of lipstick we bought a few years ago. And even though our minds tell us to bin it.
The make-up junkie in us begs to disagree spring is the time to start listening to your logic and follow the expiry dates. This includes filtering the stash and getting rid of lipsticks that smell wired, foundations that have separated and blushes that
Have loose or damaged bristles. Clean your brushes at least once weekly to avoid bacteria formation.
Start with the proper base.
The way you care for your skin is just as important as the makeup you apply to it. “Use an oil-free moisturizer in the morning .you should opt for an oil-free foundation formula to match.
Try waterproof versions of your favorite products.
Invest in a good quality of waterproof makeup product as application of water proof makeup products protects your skin from sweating.
Keep your makeup light.
If you want to prevent your makeup from creasing and caking, say it less is more. Just use a tinted moisturizer and a concealer. Makeup likes to move around when it’s hot, so the best way to avoid that is to wear less of it.”
Input by Mr Yashu Jain, Managing Director, Mattlook cosmetics