The Cheater's Guide To Mid-Day Makeup Touchups
Who says cutting corners is a bad thing? Add these expert-approved tips to your makeup routine -- they'll make your life easier
If makeup needs to be refreshed later on in the day, Linzee says the number one rule is to keep your hands far, far away from your face. "Fingers are often very oily and cause makeup to further breakdown." Instead, invest in a cosmetic sponge. "Choose a sponge with a pointed tip for hard to reach places (such as the corner of the eyes and around the nose) where makeup tends to crease the easiest," Linzee advises. "Then, spritz your finishing spray onto the sponge and gently dab face and neck to tap/blend makeup back in."
Beauty Blender Sponge, $19.95
Eco Tools Foam Applicator Brush, $5.99
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