Your makeup look is only as good as the length of time it stays on your face. And ensuring our makeup last all day long is way harder during summer.
Here’s a few tips on how you can put your best face forward without it sliding off before noon.
For oily to normal skin
Achieve a natural and seamless finish for your face using Maybelline’s Fit Me Matte + Poreless Liquid Foundation, whose mattifying formula features micro-powders that control shine and blur pores. This foundation is perfect for those with oily to normal skin as it offers a breathable, and sweat and oil-free look.
Dip in the pool while keeping your brows intact with Maybelline’s Brow Tattoo Gel Tint. This gel tint ensures your brows will be smudge-proof and waterproof even on a three-day beach break with your barkada. Finish off your fresh look by swiping Maybelline’s Powder Matte Lipstick on your lips.
For normal to dry skin
It is important that you keep your skin hydrated during a hot day. Maybelline’s Super BB Cream Fresh provides a bright and healthy looking complexion that is lightweight and non-greasy. This is Maybelline’s first high coverage BB Cream with UV Protection SPF 50 to keep you protected from the sun.
Lay off the eye liner and brighten up your eyes with a few coats of Maybelline’s Lash Sensational Mascara instead. No need to worry about chapped lips due to summer heat when you use Creamy Matte Lipstick which keeps your lips moisturized.
Keep your look in place
Make sure your hard work lasts all day by setting it with Maybelline’s Master Fix Setting Spray. This setting spray provides a lightweight, oil-free, translucent, and long-lasting finish to your makeup look.
The good news is, you can achieve a sun-proof look this summer as Maybelline New York offers its lipsticks, liquid foundations, powders, and other products at discounted prices, up to 35 percent off, during the Sun-Proof Summer Sale ongoing until April 30.
Go to Maybelline counters in beauty stores and department stores nationwide.
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