We all know that wearing makeup whilst working up a sweat is not a great idea – an overly made up face just looks too much in the gym environment. But with busy working lives sometimes we have to go straight to the gym after work, and you can still look good during your gym session, if you aim for a more natural look. Here are my top tips on how to achieve it:
1. Go for tinted moisturiser or BB cream – a Blemish Balm or Blemish Base, which offers natural-looking skin coverage. Alternatively, just a brush of mineral powder rather than an oil based foundation, which would trap the sweat under the makeup and cause breakouts, as well as make you look streaky and shiny.
2. Use a little bronzer to give a natural glow rather than a blusher, which could leave you looking even more flushed!
3. Waterproof mascara
to give you luscious lashes without the panda eye look after getting hot and sweaty or during swimming.
4. Lipstick can go pale in the workout environment and it can also cause dry lips. If you want to use something on your lips, try a little lip balm to keep your lips soft and moisturised.
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