Your Complete Outdoor Concert Survival Kit

June 29, 2011  |  
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6. Heavy Makeup vs. Light Makeup

Heavy makeup photographs well, but will leave you looking like Stephen King’s It if it’s hot enough.  Light makeup doesn’t show up as well in pictures, but also doesn’t smear and melt as easily.  Try to find a balance between the two making sure to moisturize and use some kind of primer.  Primer will give your makeup staying power and help to keep it in place.  Avoid greasy lipsticks and go for glosses which can be touched up easily with a pocket mirror or no mirror at all.  The goal is to look polished but effortless.  Waterproof liners and mascara are your friends, but leave the glitter at home; the last thing you want is for it to drip into your eye leaving you blinded for half the night.

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