You shower, put on your favorite dress, ace that makeup look, and step outside — straight into a rainstorm. Face soaked, makeup dripping, day drowned as of now! Ok, yet it didn't need to be like this. With a couple of additional ups, while doing your makeup, Without a doubt, you will stay away from this present situation from this point onwards if you try these makeup hacks for waterproofing your makeup — even though you didn’t use waterproof makeup.

  1. Never skip your primer

Setting your base strong will always ensure your makeup stick as is. A primer won't just assist your makeup with going on smoother, yet it will likewise assist other products enduring longer, as it goes about as a defensive layer for concealer, blush, bronzer, and highlighter from engrossing into the skin excessively. It will likewise prevent your skin look tacky with product pile-up! You can explore, Type’s primer range, as it’s infused with skincare to tackle various skin concerns whilst ensuring your base stands strong.

  1. Use a makeup sponge

Always use a makeup sponge to buff the product into your skin, this ensures that the product is well-settled into the skin, is packed well, and isn’t looking harsh on the skin. Also, a good-quality sponge is a win to invest in, that doesn’t soak in the product and glides on the skin smoothly. Try out Type’s crystal blend sponge and you won’t be disappointed. 

  1. Set it right!

Make it a point to seal the makeup with a setting powder. The finer it is, the better it is! It ensures you have it all settled in well. Set and put all the products in place with a setting powder. It’ll help your makeup stay in place for as long as you want!

  1. Use a semi-matte lipstick & top a gloss

Using harsh matte lipsticks might make your lipstick stay in place for long, but in the long run it is going to ruin the skin and texture of your lips. One, your skin isn’t meant to tolerate such harsh pigments, & second it’ll make it dry and hard to take off eventually giving you cuts. To make sure your lipstick stays on for long, use a lipliner first to give definition and the first layer of pigment, longing ahead with a gentle semi-matte lipstick like Type’s soak it or light up Lipstick, then top it with a gloss for high shine! We suggest using an oil-based gloss because it sticks for a long, thus ensuring it doesn’t melt away during rain pours!

These are a few tips via which, you can ensure your makeup is rain-proof during