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Desert Eagle Meteorite Factory New. Look for one with varying shades — they'll blend together for the most authentic-looking results. If you want to prevent your makeup from creasing and caking, say it with us: Less is more. Everyone loves a nice, dewy glow , but there's a big difference between a healthy radiance and an over-the-top shine.
To lighten up your look, switch to sheer versions of your go-to lip and eye colors.
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Use a lipliner pre-application if you need extra definition, but go for a nude shade to keep that carefree feeling, or try "invisible" lipliner, which deposits a clear, waxy film to stop color from bleeding. Bonus: Because sheer colors are subtler, you almost can't go overboard. For longer-lasting shadow, avoid using eye cream on your lids it can break down makeup , and smooth on an eye primer instead.
For the ultimate in all-day wearability, layer a powder over a cream.
Doubling up works for liner , too. Blush adds balance and healthiness to any look, but if you're still using the same powdery formula, your flush might be getting cake-y faster than it takes to get to work in the morning. Pro tip: Want to increase its wear? Dust a light, invisible setting powder overtop.
Just be sure not to get too heavy-handed; you want to lock your look, not mattify it.
Just as you're probably more likely to wear a vivid top or carry a bright bag this season, now's the perfect time to play up the colors in your makeup palette. Besides looking summery, "livelier colors brighten the face and bring a youthful glow to skin," says Surratt. If you tend to stick with neutrals, experiment with just one area of your face.
A punchy blush on the apples of the cheeks is a good place to start — you can follow our blush guide to find your perfect shade.