Getting ready for a day at the beach should be simple and this includes your makeup routine. While heavy makeup that you can use for a party in town or for long winters without sun works well, the beach is a completely different world. Beach makeup should be light, fun, protective and waterproof. If you hit the waves soon, follow these tips for makeup perfection.
- Eyes: Nothing looks more like a handsome masked face of black mascara being executed. Unfortunately, the beach is one of the favorite places for this makeup disaster. Between the mild temperatures, the ocean and the pool, you must have the moisture of your type to make up your makeup. This makes the number one beach makeup must have a waterproof mascara. If you do not have waterproof mascara, you'd better do without it and avoid the dreaded raccoon eyes.
- Lips: Leave the brightly colored lip sticks at home and swap them for a pure lip gloss that encompasses your natural beauty. Regardless of what you choose to cover those lips make sure that he is ready to protect you from the sun. Choose lip glosses, sticks and balms that offer SPF 15 protection. The salt water and dry air that we often find on the beach can also have a detrimental effect on your lips by removing the moisture from these, so be sure to choose something with added moisturizers.
- Your Skin: Beach makeup should be light and ready for whatever the day can bring your way. Since you will be in and out of the water or sweat due to very hot temperatures, you may want to limit the amount of foundation and cover that you use and stick to the essentials. Even if the snow begins to paint your face with this tanned glow, you must pay attention to your tender face. Make sure to moisturize your face every day. Look for moisturizers that offer this necessary sunscreen. SPF 15 is usually the lowest you should go for, especially if you have light skin that is prone to freckles and burning. Even if your skin routine needs to be simple while sitting on the beach, when you go out for the evening, you'll want to glamor. Enjoy the color that the sun has left on your face and use translucent powder in the areas you need most like your t-zone. You can also use a little blush to really get that goddess out of the beach. Be well in the sun and make sure your makeup matches your tone and use it only to bring out the glow of not covering it.
- Hair: Few things on the beach are nice with your hair. The salt water and chlorine can let it beg for moisture and the breeze can leave you in desperate need of a brush. Keep this in mind when you pack your hair accessories and make sure you have a lot of conditioner, ties to remove those beach-worthy braids, as well as a hat for those days, you can not win the battle with your messy mane.