It’s important to keep your makeup brushes clean. An easy way to clean them is to add some baby shampoo to a glass of warm water and allow your bristles to soak about 20 minutes. After a thorough rinse, let them dry to prevent mold from setting in.
Out with the Old
Clean out your makeup bag using the 1-2-3 rule. Keep blush no more than one year, mascara for about two months and check your lipstick for discoloration every three months. It might be time to toss that gloss!
If you wear glasses during allergy season, don’t forget that they can magnify irritated eyes. To compensate, look for a concealer two shades darker than your skin tone. Be sure to pat on the concealer with your index finger or brush.
Moisturize to Disguise
When ALLERGY FACE® is acting up, your nose may get red due to sneezing and blowing. Instead of using concealer, dab on moisturizer and let it dry. Then, brush on bronzer to conceal redness.
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