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Monsoon Makeup Tips To Defy The Rainy Days

Hello, gorgeous makeup mavens! We know how challenging it can be to maintain flawless makeup looks during the monsoon season, but fear not! Here’s a list of must-have monsoon essentials for you to get ready and embrace the beauty of the rain, and slay through any weather with some fabulous makeup tips.

The Channel 46 caught up with the Founder & CEO of Typsy Beauty, Kairavi Bharat Ram, who shares a monsoon makeup guide for all of you lovelies!

1. Invest In A Full Coverage Concealer 

Monsoon Makeup Tips To Defy The Rainy Days
Image courtesy: Typsy Beauty

Calling all rain-drenched beauties! Keep your makeup on fleek even on the stormiest days (and nights). A concealer is bound to be your monsoon saviour. Go for a long-lasting, sweat-proof, and crease-proof formula that will be like a raincoat for your face. Concealers infused with skin-loving ingredients like Shea Butter will nourish your skin while providing flawless coverage that lasts all day. Say goodbye to makeup meltdowns!

Tip: Apply a thin layer of your concealer and blend it well to achieve a natural and lasting coverage. Focus on problem areas like under the eyes and blemishes.

2. Set It Right!

Ready to slay the monsoon season? A setting powder is your game-changer. Banish shine and blur pores without any cakey aftermath. Take your pick for setting sprays that are embalmed with the goodness of skincare actives like Hyaluronic Acid and Ceramides, and provide 24-hour moisture. Say hello to a fresh, long-lasting look no matter the weather!

Tip: After applying your foundation or concealer, gently dust your setting powder with the sponge. Focus on the T-zone to control excess oil and shine.

3. Define Your Eyes Like A Pro

Attention, makeup enthusiasts! Go for an eyeliner+kajal duo that is designed to withstand the wildest weather conditions, one that is waterproof, smudge-proof, and sweat proof, all in one go. From adventurous outings to romantic rain-soaked dates, a long-lasting formula will keep you looking fierce and fabulous throughout the day. 

Tip: Create a precise cat-eye using the felt tip liner. For a sultry smokey eye, smudge the kajal along your lower lash line and blend. 

4. Blush Away With A Cream-Based Blush!

Monsoon Makeup Tips To Defy The Rainy Days
Image courtesy: Typsy Beauty

Bloom like a monsoon flower with a cream blush that complements your skin tone perfectly. Check out the actives in a blush before you finalise on buying it. Make a choice from one that is powdered with the goodness of Carnauba and Vitamin E, so the blush effortlessly blends into your skin, creating a natural pop of colour that lasts all day. A blush palette that offers a variety of shades all together is the best bet since you can take a pick from the range as per your mood, colour of your outfit, and the time of the day. Versatile, did we just hear you say?

Tip: Smile and apply the cream blush to the apples of your cheeks. Gently blend using circular motions for a radiant flush of colour.

5. Explore A Lip & Cheek Oil

Get ready to embrace the monsoon season with a touch of enchanting pink or bronze, whatever catches your fancy! A colour-changing lip-and-cheek oil adds a custom stain effect to suit all skin tones and types. Make a choice from a flurry of lip and cheek oils out there, which are enriched with the goodness of ingredients like Acai Berry and Hibiscus. They hydrate and moisturise, leaving your lips soft and smooth. These game-changing oil gives your lips a sheer tint and mirror-like shine while providing a natural-looking glow to your cheeks. 

Tip: Apply a small amount of the lip and cheek oil to your lips and cheeks. Blend quickly to achieve a fresh, natural and dewy finish.

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