Question Tuesday! What Part Of Makeup …



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What part of your makeup can’t withstand the heat? What do you had to say on this! Leave your comments below.
  • Foundation/cream based face products
  • Eyeliner/Mascara
  • Eyeshadow
  • Powders (blush/bronzers)
  • Lip color

For me, I feel like powders don’t last as long on me, especially if powder was the only thing I had on. That’s just me though!

Comment below your tips for making each part of your makeup last longer …

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  1. It’s always hard to keep makeup in place in the summer. I feel that foundation is hard to maintain in the summer. Great post! Have a lovely week!


  2. marymakeup says:

    foundation…this is why I use BB Creams only in the summer 🙂
    Have a nice day x


  3. stashy says:

    Definitely powders. I get shiny quick if it’s hot and humid! I also sweat from my face a lot, it’s not a pretty sight.


  4. mandyjo79 says:

    Mine are eyeliners and mascara.


  5. Foundation is the weakest link! I have to wear heavy duty high coverage ones during summer if I need it to stay in place. Else, BareMinerals will actually stay put (to my amazement?)!

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  6. heyitskaysways says:

    Cream foundation for me which is strange because I usually have dry skin but once the heat hits those oils move everything around.


  7. harivain says:

    Foundation! Definitely!!!

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