Ever took a pretty white top to the trial room only to find foundation smudges around the collar? Or worn a stunning ruffled shirt and found your foundation smeared all over halfway through the day? We don’t get it, because your foundation is supposed to sit on your face and not smudge all over your clothes. However, we see a lot of women complaining about this therefore here are a few tips that will help...

Invest in a good quality primer
 

Invest in a good quality primer

Primer is one of the most underrated products in makeup world. Right from blurring wrinkles to minimising the appearance of pores, a primer is essential to mattify and create a velvety base for long lasting makeup. The Lakmé Absolute Blur Perfect Makeup Primer is a waterproof formula that stays put all through the day.

Use matte foundation
 

Use matte foundation

Indian weather demands matte foundation all year long, especially if you have oily skin. Apply thin layers of foundation or use a matte formula that will prevent makeup stains. The Lakmé 9 To 5 Flawless Matte Complexion Foundation is the perfect formula designed for daily wear, it blends effortlessly and gives a flawless finish. 

Do not forget a compact
 

Do not forget a compact

A matte compact is essential, particularly during summer when your pores re working overtime to produce extra oil. Prevent this by patting some of the Lakmé Sun Expert Ultra Matte SPF 40 Pa+++ Compact it absorbs all the oil from your face and gives an ultra-matte finish.

Allow it to set
 

Allow it to set

Give your makeup some time to settles before stepping out in the heat. You should also invest in a setting spray and spritz some to keep your makeup look in place all day. Depending on the finish you’re trying to achieve it will give you a matte or dewy look.

Use blotting papers
 

Use blotting papers

Keep your friends close and blotting papers closer to avoid looking like an oil factory. It is a quick and easy way to get rid of all the grease on your face. Oil not only smudges your foundation onto your clothes but it also attracts bacteria leading to skin problems.