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Beauty Tips For The Monsoons


Exfoliate Often The high levels of humidity can make your face an oily and sticky muddle. Clear of yourself of clogged pores and dead skin by exfoliating at least twice a week. Not only will this step leave your face smoother, but will also pinch any budding breakouts. Rather than using rough and harsh scrubs, pick chemical exfoliates i.e. those that contain glycolic or lactic acid. We recommend exfoliating at night to minimize irritation.


Moisturize And Protect Moisturizer and sunscreen are the two products you must never skip – no matter what season it is. Since the outside air is thick with dampness, use a lightweight or gel-based formula to keep your skin hydrated, without feeling heavy. As for sunscreens, don’t be fooled into thinking that the clouds will protect you from the UV rays! Always be diligent and apply a generous amount across your face and body. Go for waterproof formulas and an SPF of at least 30. Re-apply every few hours to stay safe.


Rinse Immediately If you do happen to get caught in a downpour, head to the shower as soon as you can. Doing so will help rinse out all the pollutants and dirt that get entrapped in the raindrops. Plus, you minimize the risk of getting any fungal infections by staying wet.


Style Smart Frizzy hair is possibly one of the biggest side effects of the rains! To ensure that your hair doesn’t resemble a lion’s mane, rake an anti-frizz serum or mousse through your damp hair. Then, blow dry your hair until it is 100% dry. If you step out with wet hair, the humidity will definitely cause it to pouf up. Once your hair is completely dry, mist an anti-humidity spray all over your mane. If you have very thick or curly hair, you can also use a styling cream. Finally, pull your tresses into a chic top knot or braid.


Go Light Avoid heavy foundations and concealers during this season as they will definitely cake and block up your pores. Instead, opt for tinted moisturizers and BB creams to give you the coverage you need. If you absolutely must use a foundation, try going for water-based formulas as they are more lightweight. Those of you with very oily skin should use a metrifying primer beneath their base makeup.


Opt For Cream-Based Products Powders and raindrops do not go well together. To ensure that your face looks polished, and not streaky, choose cream formulas. From eye shadows to blushes, there’s a lot you can play around with. Plus, creamier products are easier to blend and work with. However, if you do have combination or oily skin, we suggest you skip using a highlighter. The weather will already enhance the oiliness of your skin, so it’s best to not play it up. The only time you shouldn’t use a cream-based product is when it comes to eyeliners. Your best bet here is liquid liners as they dry down quickly to a budge-proof finish.


Stay Waterproof •

Isn’t this the most obvious tip of all time? Since we all hate dirty liners and bleeding lipsticks, waterproof liner versions are an absolute must. To keep your look in place all day, seal your work with a good setting spray.


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Beauty Tips For The Monsoons  

Here are 7 easy tips you can follow to ensure that you look good – despite the weather.

Beauty Tips For The Monsoons  

Here are 7 easy tips you can follow to ensure that you look good – despite the weather.

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