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Lipstick is the one makeup product you will find yourself touching up the most throughout the day.
Swap your lipstick for a lip rouge, tint or stain. These lip products have a much longer staying power than lipstick. Here are three products we recommend:
How To Fix
Start with a clean slate by wiping away the existing product. Pay special attention to the edges of your lips and the dry spots. Pigment tends to latch onto those areas. Make sure your lips are completely dry and apply your product as needed.
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Opt for an eyeshadow primerand apply it prior to applying your eye makeup. While it may not prevent creasing completely, it will certainly reduce this issue.
Unless you've found the holy grail of eyeshadow primers, you're probably in the crease-category with the rest of us. Here's how to fix eyeshadow crease it in a pinch:
Layering extra coats of eyeshadow is No Bueno. It will only solve the problem for an hour or so and then you'll end up creasing even harder later in the day.
To keep that crease at bay, we recommend using your pinky finger to gently smudge your crease-line, each time you make a trip to the bathroom. This will ensure your product isn't building up in the crease and baking itself to the point of no return.
Heading out after work? If you have plans in the evening, then now is the time to freshen up your shadow without lugging around your entire makeup bag. We put together this easy tutorial for how to get a quick shadow look.
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If you have a sensitive under-eye area, then you're probably a victim of accidental raccoon eyes.
You know what we're talking about - that mid-day smudging when your mascara suddenly ends up under your eye (wth!) So annoying.
Here's how to prevent mascara transfer - after your mascara has dried, apply a layer of clear brow gel. This locks the mascara in place and prevents your mascara from flaking.
Don't make the mistake of trying to cover the mascara with more concealer. It will look cakey, and make your eyes appear darker.
Did you know you can create some really incredible eyeshadow looks using the products in your stack? There are so many unexpected ways to use your stack beyond just doing your everyday makeup look!
Watch now to learn how Sara Lindsay creates a beautifully natural lid using the Subtl Beauty Bronzer in Warm Glow.