We all have our own definition of the monsoon. While for some the combination of drizzling rain and delicious eats are a delight, for others the gloominess is not the vibe they want to jam to. But the season does affect each one of us in some or the other way. From making our wardrobe monsoon-proof to making shifts in our beauty routines, the monsoon can leave us in some sticky situations. And the main stress comes when we need to head out with a full face of makeup, but fret not, these monsoon makeup tips will come to your rescue. You need not revamp your vanity with a bunch of new products entirely. Some twists and tweaks to your daily makeup will make you perfectly monsoon-ready.

Go for a primer

A primer holds your makeup in place and keeps it that way for long hours. Hence, if you are going to be using a foundation, ensure to dab on a small amount of primer. Also, choose a foundation that is lightweight and water-based.

Go for cream based makeup

Contrary to creamy formulas for eyes, using cream-based face makeup is a big yes in the monsoon season! So, keep your powder-y blushes and highlighters aside for a few months and get your hands on a cream makeup, it will set with a flawless finish and glide on the skin like velvet. Try subtle shades of pink and peach and blend well for a soft and natural look.

Waterproof mascara and eyeliner

After tons of hours or even days or weeks, you might have managed to find that one best pick of mascara and eyeliner that lengthens, gives a stunning finish and is just perfect but if it is not waterproof, then well say hello to leaking eye makeup in monsoon every time you step out. A waterproof and eyeliner mascara is more than just a need. This will not only save your makeup on rainy days but also give your makeup a beautiful finish.

Opt for a setting spray

The most basic and essential for every makeup enthusiast, setting sprays are a must every time you put on makeup. Once you are done with your makeup, all you need to do is hold the bottle a few centimeters away from your face and like a mist, spray it on your face. This will make your makeup long lasting.

Less is More

With the advent of monsoon, humidity will be at its peak and that will lead to sweating and dripping of makeup. Precisely why, we suggest you follow the less-is-more formula when it comes to makeup this season. While you may have already experimented with bright colors during summer, it’s now time to settle for subtle. Therefore, to keep your makeup game going strong in the rains, make a few switches in your makeup products and you’ll be sorted.

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