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Super Summer Makeup Guide

Introduction

Now that summer is finally upon us, it is the time of year for attending outdoor events. Along with a new summer wardrobe, you may also be looking to adapt your makeup for the new season. Ultimately, you want it to give off a fresh and vibrant look that fits in with this time of year. So, let’s take a closer look at a few summer makeup tricks and techniques that you can try out to look stunning this season.

Start with a good base

Taking good care of your skin is the most important part of your beauty regimen. The makeup you put on will only enhance your natural look. So, moisturizing should be an integral part of your morning routine. Next, you need to apply a layer of foundation which provides you with the perfect base from which to work on. Check out the different RCMA makeup options that are available. Remember that to get some advice matching the right foundation with your skin type. You may also want to apply a primer as part of your preparation process.

Next, you need to apply a thin layer of foundation which provides you with the perfect base from which to work on. Check out the different RCMA makeup options that are available. If you are not sure what works best, do get some advice to match the right foundation with your skin type. You may also want to apply a primer as part of your preparation process.

Bronze sparingly

There is nothing like a bronzer for giving your that sun-kissed look. However, you don’t want to go overboard with this! Add a layer of warmth to your skin by adding it to the high points of your face – your forehead, cheekbones, chin, and nose. Powder bronzers tend to be the easiest to apply and they also have the added advantage of helping to give your teeth that extra bit of shine against the background of your face! Here are some additional tips on how to use a bronzer correctly.

Keep your makeup light

On particularly hot days, your face is likely to become sticky and flushed if you have a heavy makeup on. This can definitely dampen your outing and stop you from enjoying yourself fully.

You should avoid anything that looks too luminous as this will not look good if the humidity starts to pick up. Instead, you could go for sheer versions of your regular makeup colors which help to offer a lighter version to your regular look. “Less is more” is a pretty good mantra to follow during the summer months.

Experiment with vibrant colors

Summer season is a good time to experiment with colorful clothing and accessories, so you should try to do the same with your makeup also. Choosing some lively and vibrant colors will help to give you an entirely new look. If you tend to be fairly safe with your makeup choices and application in general, try experimenting with just one area of your face, to begin with. For example, you could try out a particularly daring lipstick shade to match your clothes or accessories. Once you become more comfortable with having people’s attention drawn to you, you could try being bolder in other areas of your face too.

Try out some waterproof makeup

If you are planning to go swimming while you are out or the weather has turned humid or rainy, there are plenty of long-wear beauty products which have been designed for just such an occasion. A good waterproof mascara should be at the top of your list. You could even consider getting your eyelashes tinted for the occasion.

Here are some additional tips from makeup artists for you to try this summer.

In leaving

Summer is the perfect time of the year to be outdoors enjoying picnics, parties, barbecues, and more. Having a good, fresh look can add that extra dash of confidence to your personality and make your outings all the more enjoyable. So, try these tips out and don’t forget to share your summer makeup routine with us in the comments section below.

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