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Makeup no sweat


With the onset of the seasonal rise in temperature, the last thing you need to be worrying about is your mascara running down your face or your foundation melting away


W


ithout the time or inclination to ‘re-apply’ during a busy day (and night) on board,


you need a solution to last throughout the marathon days and into the night. With this in mind, we take a look at the waterproof formulas on the market.


Nothing is worse than looking in the mirror on a hot summer day or wondering why the guests are just staring at you and then you realise you have ‘panda eyes’ because your eyeliner started running. Sweat and humidity can quickly turn the glam look you slaved over this morning into something that looks straight out of a horror movie. But hard-work and perspiration doesn’t have to mean sacrifice.


Even if there is adequate AC inside, running out on to the deck into humidity and back in again will play havoc with your make-up. Just invest in some quality, waterproof makeup products


that will preserve your look all day long. Even the best waterproof makeup can tend to feel a lot heavier than normal makeup, but that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily bad for your skin. Experts will remind us that it’s important to remember to properly remove it at the end of each day.


How does it work? You probably heard at some point in your school chemistry lessons (if you were listening) that ‘like dissolves like.’ If you have a water-based product, exposing it to water will typically dissolve it. However, if you have an anhydrous product (a waterless formula) with film forming polymers, exposing it to water won’t move the formula that much and only an oil-based product will be able to remove it. This explains why even a rainstorm won’t weather your waterproof mascara — and why you’ll need a serious makeup remover when you do want to retire to your bunk.


WATERPROOF V WATER-RESISTANT


When we talk about water- proof makeup, we mean seriously impervious to water.


Waterproof makeup products are made to completely hold up against large quantities of water. With waterproof makeup products you should be able to totally submerge your face, and still have your makeup completely in tact.


Water-resistant makeup products, on the other hand, are not quite as heavy-duty. They should hold up on an


average sweaty day but you might need to re-apply once or twice during that delightful 18 hour shift….


When removing waterproof makeup your facial cleanser and water are not going to be good enough to get rid of this heavy duty makeup! Chances are you will need a more specific makeup- removing product, and you might even want to adopt the double cleansing technique. If you are absolutely set on only cleansing your face once,


opt for the kind of cleanser that can truly break down waterproof makeup. Oil cleansers and balm cleansers tend to be the best at that, since they are made of oil, which is great at breaking down water-resistant makeup.


Micellar waters and gel cleansers ain’t gonna cut through these heavy duty formulas, you need an oil- based or balm cleanser that will break down the makeup and keep you looking fresh.


TIPS FOR LONGER LASTING MAKEUP


Thin layers


Use a very thin layer of cream and a lot of powder. Apply your foundation in a thin layer, and then make sure to powder it well by using a big brush.


Lock it in


You can apply a cream contour or blush first, and layer a translucent powder of the


product on top to lock it into place and make it waterproof.


Baking


Baking your foundation is another great way of really locking it into place. Let it sit on your skin for about 5 mins, and then brush away.


Primer


If you don’t have a great eye shadow primer on hand, a thin layer of concealer under your eye shadows will suffice and keep things in place.


Mascara


When it comes to mascaras, you can enjoy both worlds. Combine waterproof formulas. Get the


look and be resistant to water and perspiration.


6 Sunscreen


Obviously, your average day means you spend a lot of time in the sun as well. Don’t forget to apply a layer of sunscreen with at least 30 SPF before applying your waterproof makeup.


7 Balanced diet


When it comes to skin care, gel-based products will feel much lighter sitting under your makeup, and are stronger.


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