Makeup Tips for Summer!

Makeup tips for summer can keep you looking great, even when the sun is sizzling! When the heat is on, makeup application needs to change a bit. Sweat, humidity, and other attributes of summer can hinder makeup application!

You don't have to hide out inside though! Even in sweltering temps, your makeup can still be complimentary. Using a few tricks of the trade will help you surf right through the hot summer temps!





tan skin makeup image



Protected by Copyscape Plagiarism Finder

print this page icon





As it moves into warmer weather, get hints from the various colors you notice in your environment. Flowers are abundant in a variety of pastel and vibrant colors and the grass and trees showcase numerous shades of green.

Of course, there are other considerations you must take into account for your summer makeup selections. The color of your eyes and the tone of your skin are always a makeup game-changer, as well as your personal style.

Makeup tips for summer are essential if you want to avoid creating a smoldering mess! Use them wisely so you can avoid makeup disasters!

sheer foundation image

Makeup Tips for Summer



  • If you have a tan, consider not wearing foundation. Instead, lightly dust minerals over your face for flawless coverage. Mineral makeup is a natural sunblock because its main ingredient is zinca, a wondrous gift from Mother Earth. Sheer foundations and tinted moisturizers will help your skin breathe, so they're also a great 'lite' choice.

    bronzer for summer wear image

  • If you want a healthy facial glow, use bronzers to add dimension and warmth. Always blend bronzers well so your makeup looks hidden but your cheeks look like you've been smooching with the sun.

    bold blue eyeshadow image

  • Take cues from the many shades of flowers you see in the summer to choose your eyeshadow shades. Summer is full of brightly flavored flower hues, including golden yellows, fiery oranges, brilliant blues, plush purples, and neon greens. Some people think that cool colors are best for summer time but pastel colors can wash out your skin tone and downplay your look. Bright bold eyeshadows rock the long summer nights and make a statement all by themselves!

    bold lasting lipstick image

  • Use long lasting lipsticks when you know you'll be out playing all day in the sun. In the summer, your lips will need extra hydration so don't forget to moisturize like crazy. Long lasting lipsticks can dry out your lips, which can't hold moisture for too long by themselves.

    shimmer makeup image

  • Makeup with shimmer is a great way to compliment to your suntan and your face! Use it liberally when the mood strikes you during the summer months to add natural-looking pizzazz and sparkle. Put those powder puffs away!

    intense lashes image

  • Combining bold colors all over (lips, eyes, cheeks, skin) is a bad makeup move! Choose one area only to accentuate your style. Too much of anything can make you look off-beat. Keeping wandering eyes tuned into one location at a time and you'll keep drawing attention the right way!

    Another moot point to consider this time of year is that makeup products go rancid if they get too hot, which can cause bacteria to grow quickly. Keep all makeup in a cool place, away from windows and the sun, so you won't get an eye infection. They're a drag! These makeup tips for summer are perfect for fun in the sun and during those long sultry nights. Wouldn't it be perfect if it could just last longer! *Sigh*






    Related Pages on This Site

    Makeup Colors for Brown Eyes

    Makeup Colors for Hazel Eyes

    Makeup Colors for Blue Eyes

    Makeup Colors for Green Eyes

    Your Skin Care Regimen Before a Special Occasion

    Subscribe to my free newsletter. Get interesting facts and money saving tips to help conserve and improve your beauty and your health.
    Enter Your E-mail Address
    Enter Your First Name (optional)
    Then

    Don't worry — your e-mail address is totally secure.
    I promise to use it only to send you LGLWSM Newsletter.




    Didn't find what you were looking for? Use this handy tool to find it fast!

     








    Back to Top of Page
    How to Apply Makeup Professionally
    From Makeup Tips for Summer to Homepage


    New! Comments

    Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.
  • Custom Search


    Carolyn H Dickerson image

    Connect With Me!

    Recent Articles

    1. Getting Flu Shots – Should You or Shouldn’t You?

      Sep 21, 17 05:22 PM

      There are varied opinions about getting flu shots, to put it mildly. Some people never seem to have problems, while others get one and have major complications. So what’s up with that?

      Read More

    2. What Red Lipstick Shades Suit Your Complexion Best?

      Sep 21, 17 02:54 PM

      Red lipstick looks great on every woman in every complexion! You love red colors so you wear them all! But are all shades created equally?

      Read More

    3. Doing a Liver Cleanse to Reduce Toxicity

      Sep 14, 17 05:14 PM

      Holistic medicine suggests doing a liver cleanse periodically, to help reduce toxins that can accumulate in and stagnate the liver.

      Read More

    Jennifer Lopez image

    Your Makeup Color Season

    baking soda image

    Clarify Hair Using These 6 Simple Methods

    Shaping Eyebrows image

    Define Eyebrow Shape by Eliminating Stragglers

    tomato slices with mozzarella and basil imageIncrease Collagen Production Including These 12 Key Nutrients

    Thinking of a change? Try it FREE at TheHairStyler.com!

    dark skin tone image

    Your Skin Tone and Your Makeup

    non toxic sun protection cream image

    DIY Non Toxic Sun Protection Cream

    toxic beauty image

    4 Chemicals in Beauty Products You’re Better Off Without

    peach lipstick image

    6 Shades of Lipstick Perfect for Warmer Weather!

    grapeseed oil image

    How to Accelerate Hair Growth Naturally

    drinking water image

    How to Boost Skin Moisture

    white lines in nails image

    Which Nail Problems Indicate Health Issues