Summer Makeup Suggestions











Every woman is naturally beautiful and there is no denying of this fact and to enhance the beauty of the already beautiful face, we have makeup. Makeup is not meant just to hide the loopholes of one’s face. It is purely meant to draw attention to the highlights of one’s face. Makeup is nothing less than an art. It is the art of portraying one’s beauty on a completely different level and the professional makeup artists completely understand the rules and regulations of this fantastic art.

It’s time for summer. So let us bounce and learn some makeup tips that would be helpful during the scorching summer.

Set your priorities straight and let protection top the list:

Summer is the time when the chances of occurrence of skin damage are high. So keeping your skin healthy and hydrated should be your long term precedence. As long as the sun is up, its detrimental ultraviolet rays are sure to smash up your skin big time. Therefore it is very important to ensure the makeup products you use have reasonable SPF. Higher the SPF value better is the defense it offers. Always carry sun screen lotion where ever you go. Exposure to sun even for a short span of time causes irreversible injure to your skin. Some days you will want to use sun screen lotions all through the day.
Use of Primer:

A lot of women even today do not know the significance of primer. Primer is a very important makeup product that should be worn before putting the makeup on.  Do not skip it especially during summer. It makes the makeup last longer and you will definitely understand the difference once you start using it. The professional makeup artist starts off the makeup regime with the primer irrespective of the season and no wonder the results are outstanding.

Protection from the sun is key at this time of year so make sure that you wear adequate sunscreen or if you are using moisturizer or makeup make sure that they give proper sun protection.

Here are some more tips to keep in mind that will come in handy.

Keep things light.







Give your eye shadow staying power.

Ditch the powder blush.

Play with vibrant colors.







Swap out thick lipsticks.

Use waterproof products when swimming.

Keep prep items in your purse.

Author: Kevin Minihan

I am a fully qualified and registered Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) with a number of years experience in pre hospital emergency medicine with the public and voluntary organisations. I am currently studying to become a fully qualified Pharmacy Technician at Minihans Chemist.

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