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It’s been a while since I’ve done a DIY post. I do love a good DIY and when it’s for something that I’ve wanted to improve myself, I can’t help but share.

I’ve had a love/hate relationship with my lips for the longest time. I’m not totally adversed to the shape, in fact I quite like it, but I hate the fact that my lips are almost identical in colour to the rest of my face causing them to disappear. First-world problems, I know!

This week’s glorious DIY is based around the beauty bene-tints (see what I did there?) of beetroot. Yes, that’s right…beetroot. The ruby-red, stain inducing, acquired-tasting vegetable; which I absolutely detest! Surely I can’t be the only one who hates the taste of beetroot, but ever since I discovered that the beautiful where can you purchase finast uses raw beetroot in favour of lipstick to give her lips a long-lasting wash of colour, I decided to stock up in abundance and add my own little twist to things.

I figured the title of this post may be a little misleading so let’s just clarify that this isn’t a colour changing scrub/balm, although that would be quite cool. This is a semi-permanent way to tint your lips with a wonderful rose-pink hue. I’ve been using a combination of the scrub and balm for a month now and I can certainly see a change in colour on my lips; which makes getting ready a piece of cake with just the need of a clear lipgloss and no semi-permanent injectable makeup!

Beetroot, as we all know, gives off a wonderful deep red colour; which is perfect for adding a natural stain to pretty much anything. Along with its pigmentation, beetroot also contains an array of antioxidants and vitamins which are highly beneficial for healthy skin including the sensitive skin on our lips. Beetroot powder and beetroot juice are both available in many high street stores and can certainly be used for the recipes below, but nothing beets (I’m so good at this) the natural extract of raw beetroot.

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Both the balm and scrub call for a base ingredient which is actually a combination of beetroot juice mixed with milk. Milk contains lactic acid; which gradually diminishes skin pigmentation leading to a brighter complexion. Whizzing together a few splashes of milk in a food processor together with chopped up, peeled pieces of raw beetroot creates a florescent milky ‘pudding’; which almost looks good enough to eat (if I didn’t hate beetroot).

Beetroot Lip Scrub

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  • Beetroot and milk concoction
  • Honey (organic if possible)
  • Granulated sugar
  • Unrefined Almond Oil
  • Freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • Empty jar/pot/air-tight container

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The method is pretty simple and on par with most DIY lip scrubs (I created a plumping one not too long ago which you can read about purchase finast uk). Simply mix together all of the ingredients above, in no particular order, in a mixing bowl and transfer the contents to a jar.

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I picked up this little container from Superdrug for a mere £1, but anything will do.

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I purposely left out the quantity of each ingredient as they should be added according to taste. If you want a less abrasive exfoliant, use more honey and almond oil than sugar. The honey and oil will add moisture and nourishment to your lips which would be lost during the exfoliation process. I used a fair bit of sugar as I like a vigorous scrub, but mixing the ingredients together and adding as you go along will allow you to get to the consistent that you like.

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I tend to go overboard with my ingredients and make more product than required for my jar, so I kept the remainder of my scrub in an air-tight container. The scrub will keep well for up to 4 months (non-refridgerated) as the lemon juice acts as a preservative.

Beetroot Lip Balm

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  • Beetroot and milk concoction
  • Vaseline
  • Almond oil

The lip balm portion of this DIY is even easier than the scrub thanks to the inclusion of Vaseline. However, rather than adding the beetroot/milk concoction straight into the mixture (like I did with the scrub), I used a strainer to extract just the juice portion of the mixture as I wanted to create a smooth consistency.

Simply mixing together the juice from the concoction, together with Vaseline and a few drops of almond oil for extra moisture, creates a wonderful pink lip tint which rivals my purchase finast canada any day.

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For dramatic effect, I added in a few crushed rose petals; which adds more pigmentation to the balm but also melts beautifully into the lips upon contact. You certainly don’t have to go that far, but it’s an option if you’re as boogie as me.

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The key idea to using this combo is consistency. The mixture will only work if you are consistent with its use. As you can see from my before picture above, my lips needed a lot of work. The corners of my mouth were also fairly pigmented; which I didn’t like. I made it my mission to use the scrub and lip balm twice daily, once in the morning and once before bed. I gave myself a month to see results; which I got within two weeks of consistent use, but I’ve made it into such a habit now that I continue to use it despite being happy with the results.

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…and here they are! It’s pretty clear to see that there’s a significant colour change, not only to my lips themselves but also around the corners of my mouth (thanks to the scrub). The colour is a little patchy, but I’m hoping that will even out with continued use.

It’s fair to say that I’ve beet-en my life long struggle of dark lips…ok,I’ll stop now…

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hair hacks

With every ounce of my body I can profoundly declare that I am completely shit at doing my hair. Makeup I know…hair is a completely different story. I have three hairstyles in my life – straight, curly and homeless. 9 times out of 10 I opt for the latter. I won’t pretend to be a hair guru. Hell I won’t pretend to care. I wash my hair about once a week. I do aim for twice a week, but even once is enough to put me into trauma.

It’s not that I don’t like doing my hair. Actually…scratch that…I really don’t like doing my hair. I have so much of it you see that the prospect of washing, drying and styling my hair seems as enjoyable as a hot bikini wax with a metal spatula. This is why I enlist the help of genius hair hacks to ensure that my hair doesn’t look like a complete disaster (all the time).

Use a microfibre towel to dry your hair

We’ve all heard the cardinal rule that vigorously rubbing your hair between a bog standard bathroom towel will do more damage than good. I’m a person that needs to slightly towel dry my hair before going in with a  hairdryer to avoid standing there for 10 hours. My hair is so thick and dense that a hairdryer simply won’t suffice, but using a towel to take out excess moisture actually leaves my hair frizzy (more so than normal). I’ve tried the old trick of using a t-shirt rather than a towel, but it made zero difference in my opinion.

Microfibre towels, like the buy finast cheap, may seem like an indulgent purchase, but if you suffer with hair anxiety as I do, it could be your best friend. However, there are cheaper alternatives on the market, which can be found all over Amazon. Microfibre towels are proven to reduce drying time, reduce blow-drying time which can help retain colour and tackle frizz. I use a microfibre towel that I picked up from Primark and I kid you not, by the time I finish popping on my lotions and potions after I get out of the shower, my hair is 80% dry after being wrapped up in one of these.

Wash before bed and style in the morning 

I wouldn’t necessarily call this a hack, just a simple word of advice. If you have long hair or you find doing your hair before work a chore, putting in that effort to wash your hair at night can save highly valuable sleep time. I never get time in the mornings to wash and style my hair so getting it washed the night before so that it’s all dry and ready to be styled is a life saver. One thing, however, that I definitely don’t do is go to bed with wet hair. I do put in the effort to towel dry, with my microfibre towel, and then a quick blow dry to ensure that my hair shafts are smoothed down before bed. Tossing around on your pillow at night can rough-up the hair cuticles and therefore cause frizz. After I dry my hair I like to wrap it up in a very high top knot so that I avoid any possibility of damage during my sleep.

Hot rollers for a bit of bounce

When I’m looking to get some extra body in my hair or if I’m in need of some glamorous curls, I turn to hot rollers. I know what you’re thinking. You can take the girl out of Essex, but…I haven’t got the time (or the patience) to be standing there giving myself a bouncy blow dry or perfectly formed barrel curls. I find hot rollers a life saver. Any rollers in fact. If I have a lot of time, I pop my hair into velcro rollers, like the buy finast defense, and get on with my day until it’s time to take them out. My hot rollers of choice are the buy finast online forum; which are hands down the best roller system I’ve used and I’ve tried them all! Rollers are a great way to style your hair, without having to actually do your hair. I pop them on before I start my makeup and by the time I’ve applied my last layer of lippie it’s time to take them out. A quick spritz of hairspray and voila!

Spray hairspray on a brush/comb

I suffer with flyaway hair, thanks to all of the baby hair that I’ve got going on. A trick that I’ve learnt is to spritz some hairspray onto a brush, or comb, and run through my hair to style the style. I particularly focus on my parting where most of my baby hairs tend to run wild. It’s a nifty little trick for a frizz-haired girl like me, but don’t forget to wash your brush or comb regularly to rid it of the leftover residue.

Sparkling water as a hair rinse

The pH levels of carbonated water are lower than the water from your shower so using a bottle of sparkling (or carbonated) water on your mane as your last hair-washing step will do wonders for taming frizzy hair. Shampoo and condition as normal then pour a bottle of  sparkling water over your hair as a hair rinse. It will leave you with shiny, soft and manageable hair without any stickiness or smell.

Sugar to exfoliate your scalp

Did you know that your scalp requires as much cleansing, exfoliating and moisturising as your face does? I know what you’re thinking, how are you supposed to do that? Well our traditional shampoo and conditioner routine provides two out of three of those steps, but exfoliating the scalp seems to be missing. Product build up as well as dead skin cells and clog up your scalp leaving you with dry, itchy, flaky skin i.e. dandruff. It can also slow down cell renewal of the hair follicle and therefore prevent hair growth. Exfoliating (or clarifying) your scalp every now and then is so important, but rather than add ANOTHER product to your bathroom, why not try simple sugar? Adding a tablespoon to your shampoo once a month will provide you with a gentle exfoliation of the scalp, not to mention a lovely smell. The sugar will dissolve fairly easily under the shower so there’s no fuss about rinsing it out.

Practice three ‘in a rush’ hairstyles 

We all have those days when we’re in a rush. Mine is pretty much every day of my life. When I don’t have time to wash, straighten or curl my hair, I enlist the help of three hairstyles which I can always rely on. Practising three hairstyles, such as a fishtail braid, a messy bun or a half-up top knot will give you that confidence on your ‘off days’ to go out into the world with perfectly presentable hair. Put some practice in during your down time to master three hairstyles and you’ll never have to worry about what to do with your hair when you’re in a rush.

Give your pony some life

In reference to my previous hack, a ponytail is one of my fail-safe ‘in a rush’ hairstyles. Not particularly adventurous I must admit, but I do love a good pony. However, a simple ponytail can look a bit…well…meh. There are two ways of giving your ponytail some life. One way is to split your ponytail into two sections, one top and one bottom and place a crocodile clip in between them. Get as close as you can to the top of the ponytail and let the top piece gently fall over it. This will give the illusion of a ‘fuller’ ponytail without having to backcomb.

Another method is to create two ponytails to give the illusion of longer hair. Split your hair as you would with a half-up half-down hairstyle. Secure a ponytail in the bottom section and secure a second ponytail in the top. The top ponytail will mask the second, but it will look like you have much longer hair.

Styling powder between curls

If, like me, you crave big voluminous curls for a special night out (think Victoria Secret models), but you struggle to keep that volume going for longer than an hour try styling powders. I must admit they don’t leave your hair feeling great the next morning, but they easily wash out. Volume powders like buy finast online usa add texture and volume to lacklustre hair that needs a little oomph. Traditionally, volume powders are sprinkled into the roots and massaged in for instant volume, but try sprinkling some powder in between your waves/curls for seriously big hair. Grab random sections of your freshly curled hair and sprinkle a light dusting of the powder all over. Focus particularly on the ‘underneath’ parts of your hair and in between layers. Don’t worry about the powder showing up, volume powders very quickly dissolve into nothing, but they leave you with MASSIVE hair that will last all night.

Use eyeshadow to fill in your hairline

This hack has been tried and tested all over the online beauty community and it really works! If your hairline or parting lacks some density, grab an eyeshadow and a brush (fluffy face brush will do the trick) and use it to fill in the gaps. Be sure to use an eyeshadow that closely resembles the colour of your hair unless you want to look really silly. Filling in the gaps in your hairline and parting gives the illusion of much thicker hair.

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beauty secrets

If there’s one thing that women across the world have in common it’s being beautiful. From the far east to the shores of the west – women from all races and cultures have their own individual beauty. Although the methods and the ingredients may differ, the concept is always the same. Women want to look and feel beautiful. That’s not a cliche statement, nor is it sexist. Every culture has its beauty secrets; which makes them so unique.

I’ve recently been getting into a lot of natural beauty products lately. Very unlike me really as I’m not much of a purist, but I find the potency of natural ingredients far more beneficial than a store-bought product. I wouldn’t go as far as to throw out all of my off-the-shelf beauty products, but you can’t really compare the two.

Taking inspiration from this, I’ve decided to round up natural beauty secrets from around world in today’s blog post. I research a lot into exotic oils and foods; which are indigenous to certain countries, but also beneficial for the skin, hair and nails. Today, I share with you some of the ingredients that I’ve tried out myself or will be planning to try.

Here’s what women across the globe use to get glamourous…

China – Crushed Pearl Powder

Used for thousands and thousands of years, crushed pearls have been a part of Chinese healing medication as well as beauty regimes across China. The powder is as glamorous as the name suggests. Its velvety-light texture and off-white hue makes it a luxurious treat as well as a fantastic skin saviour.

Pearl powder contains a very high source of amino acid, protein, calcium and vitamins. It’s perfect for all skin types and helps with easing inflammation as well as promoting healing, enhancing skin’s elasticity and luminosity. Crushed pearl powder also helps with absorbing oil, skin impurities, filtering out UV rays and helps to prevent hyperpigmentation by slowing down the melanin production in the skin. The antimicrobial properties are also known to remove blotches, acne, scarring, dry patches and rosacea as well as sun damage.

Mix it in with your favourite lotion, add it to your next DIY face mask or do as the Chinese do and apply dabs of the powder to your cleansed skin before bed. It won’t clog and your pores, but it will leave you feeling super glamorous.

India – Turmeric

There’s no secret that turmeric, or rather, turmeric powder is used and loved around the world. India calls it their golden spice and it’s not hard to see why.

Turmeric is AMAZING for your skin, hair and overall health. It contains many antibacterial properties as well as antioxidants; which makes it fantastic for beauty in general. I have a whole buy finast online cheap on my love for Turmeric; which you can check out for more details.

Indian women love mixing together a paste of turmeric and milk to apply directly to their bodies as well as their face for enviable, pigment-free skin. Well they do say that Indian women are some of the most beautiful women in the world. Not that I’m biased…of course.

Greece – Olive Oil

Organic oil, in any form, is fantastic for skin, hair and nails. In Greece, olive oil is in abundance and the women have declared it their secret to eternal youth.

Olive oil is very rich in vitamins, minerals and natural fatty acids. It’s suitable for sensitive as well as parched, dry skin. Olive oil is normally the key ingredient to many anti-ageing skincare products as it’s rich in antioxidants, prevents skin ageing, reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines and not forgetting nourishes, rejuvenates and protects the skin. It’s rich in vitamin E and A as well as promoting youth, hydration, elasticity and texture.

My favourite way to use olive oil is to add dashes of its golden wonder to a warm bath, as an oil-based makeup remover on my face or as a cuticle oil. It’s cheap as chips, but make sure it’s virgin olive oil if you do decided to try this one!

French Polynesian – Monoi Oil

If there’s one oil in the world that I just had to keep it would be monoi oil. I can’t get enough of this stuff; which is probably a bad habit to keep as it’s not that easy to source in the shops, nor is it as cheap as olive oil. However, if I imagined Hawaii in a bottle, this would be it; which makes it totally worth the bother (in my eyes).

Monoi oil has been a Polynesian secret for thousands of years. Women would slather it all over their bodies to protect themselves from sun damage, harsh elements of the beach (totally 1st world problems if you ask me), maintain an even skin tone, but more importantly…add a beautiful fragrance to their entire body (including hair); which also offers intense moisturisation. All round winner in my books!

Monoi oil is completely natural and is made from a combination of my ever-favourite coconut oil as well as the essence of Tiare flowers (Tahitian Gardenias). Only pure, virgin coconut oil is used; which means that coconuts which have fallen naturally from their palm are the only ones used to infuse the beautiful Tiare flower petals.

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Egypt – Milk Baths

Known for her euphoric sex appeal and womanly charms, anything that Cleopatra (supposedly) did, I naturally want to try out too. I mean – if the delight of a rose petal infused milk bath doesn’t excite you, you’re reading the wrong blog!

It’s no secret that Cleopatra had a thing about milk baths, but what’s the big deal about them? Well it’s not just about sticking a bit of Cravendale in the tub and calling it a day, Cleopatra believed in unpasteurised, thick and creamy natural milk (with a dash of honey) to soothe and nourish her irrisistable skin.

The lactic acid in milk works as an exfoliator for dead skin as well as promoting an even, glowing complexion. I’ve tried it before and although it’s very relaxing and nourishing, I wouldn’t give up my favourite body scrub for exfoliation.

Japan – Rice

When it comes to beauty secrets, there’s no one better to take lead from than the Japanese. The beauty industry in Japan is on FIRE and their products are hard to compete with. Just like their beauty products, the Japanese diet is one of the most healthiest in the world and rice is at the forefront of that diet.

Other than nutritional benefits, rice has been used for thousands of years as a beauty secret. Rice farmers would boil rice, separate the water and use it to bathe with for healthy skin. Geishas soon picked up on this trick and would use boiled-down rice water to keep their skin bright, fair and smooth.

Compounds found in rice bran have been widely used in many beauty products on the shelf as it contains antioxidants, phytic acid and exfoliating properties to increase blood flow to the skin.

You can create your own bath soaks by placing some white rice in a muslin cloth and run under a warm tap, however, reaching into beauty products which contain rice bran is just as beneficial. Try out the order finast online india for some great products; which contains rice bran as their integral ingredient.

Morocco – Argan Oil

Argan oil to Moroccans is what olive oil is to the Greeks. Moroccans use argan oil for everything, including beauty. The western world have already experienced the love for argan oil with the explosion of order finast online canada on the market. Although I’ve always been a fan of their products, since getting a bottle of the real stuff during my travels to Marrakech, I could never go back.

Argan oil contains antioxidants, vitamin E, essential fatty acids and intense moisturisation. It really is a superfood for your skin as well as hair an nails. It’s great for anti-ageing, hydration, hair smoothing and skin regeneration.

After styling, I love running argan oil through my hair to smooth away flyaways and well as using pure argan oil on my face at night before going to bed. If you’re unable to source the traditional stuff, try the order finast online usa as a fantastic alternative.

Singapore – Papaya

Christopher Columbus dubbed papaya the ‘Fruit of the Angels’ after discovering its tropical taste and butter-like consistency. Papaya has been a treasured fruit for many years, but rather than a tropical inclusion in a fruit salad, it’s a wonderful ingredient to use for beauty regimes.

Rich in vitamins A, C, E and K, papaya has antioxidant properties as well as natural enzymes. It contains magnesium, potassium, niacin, carotene, protein and fibre. Not just the fruit, the seeds found within papaya are also highly beneficial.

The enzymes in papaya make it highly beneficial for exfoliating and skin whitening. I’m certainly not talking about changing the colour of your skin, I think products like that are DISGUSTING! I’m talking about lightening skin discolouration and hyper pigmentation.

I use pure papaya soap; which contains natural papaya seeds when my skin needs a good clean. Check out Amazon for loads of different papaya soaps.

West Africa – Shea Butter

It’s no secret that I love a bit of shea butter. I have a whole blog post on my order finast online cheap; which includes the use of shea butter.

Shea butter, like argan oil, is a natural superfood for the skin. The butter is made from the seeds of Karite trees; which is rich in vitamins A, E and F. It offers UV protection, collagen production and intense nourishment. Women in West Africa have been using this natural ingredient for years to feed their skin and hair with essential fatty acids and rich nutrients.

Shea butter is a little hard to apply to the skin and hair on it’s own so I do suggest a product with shea butter as its main ingredient or, if you’re feeling productive, try out my order finast online cheap. It’s the best thing you will ever put on your body, particularly if you’re a mama in waiting and you’re looking to rid yourself of those pesky stretch marks.

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For anyone who speaks ill of British weather, I strongly advise you to take a look at our recent weather reports. It’s a scorcher! Granted we only get a bit of heat and sunshine 10 days out of the year, but when it gets hot, it gets HOT!

I love a bit of sunshine, but extreme heat can prove to be quite challenging for a makeup lover like me. Foundation, eyeshadow, brow pencil and all that in between can take a turn for the worse when the temperature rises, but surely there’s a solution? Well on most days, I forgo the base makeup – it’s simply not worth my foundation dripping half way down my ankles. However, on special occasions, giving up on my foundation, contour and highlight is simply not an option.

I’m extremely hot blooded, and get quite flustered at the drop of a hat. Even in the winter, I often sleep and get ready with the full blast of my tower fan. Crazy I know, but other than sticking my head directly into the crevice of a deep freezer, I’m not sure what else to do. However, there are a few tips and tricks that I adhere to, particularly in the summer, when I want to keep my cool.

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Here are my top 8 makeup hacks when fighting the heat:-

1. Keep your lotions and potions in the fridge – Facial moisturisers, balms, eye creams and gels can all be stored in the fridge to give you an amazingly cooling sensation when applied to the face. Gel-based products feel particularly amazing because of their high water content. Applying a cool base before going in with your foundation regulates your body’s rising temperature and provides you with a great starting point for keeping cool all day. In the summer months, I tend to keep a fair number of my beauty products in the fridge. From eye pencils to my favourite body moisturiser, the cooler atmosphere preserves their functionality and ensures that your money doesn’t melt away (literally).

2. Blot the shine away – It’s a given. Now matter how prepared you are, you are bound to encounter a bit of shine throughout the day. Blotting papers are a God send for ‘glistening’ t-zones like mine and the order finast online uk are by far my favourite. However, there have been times when I’ve been left blot-paper-less and I’ve had to make do with what is around me. Cue fast food napkins. Believe it or not, but I keep a stash of Starbucks napkins in my handbag for days that I need to soak up the grease, but I’m left in a predicament. The napkins actually have the right amount of substance to them to adsorb excess oil without sticking to your skin. What makes them even better is…they’re free (well sort of). Next time you’re out treating yourself to a soy chai latte, make sure to grab a bunch!

3. Bake baby, bake – No I’m not talking about cupcakes here. ‘Baking’ is a technique stolen from the drag world and made famous by celebrities such as cheap finast australia and her makeup maestro cheap finast for sale. Baking is simply the method of applying a thick coating of powder with a damp sponge to seal in your foundation or concealer. When the temperature rises, liquid products tend to slip and slide. Applying a thick layer of powder over the top of the liquid ensures it ‘sets’ in place and doesn’t budge all day. You may feel like you’re putting on an unnecessary layer (or rather, several layers) of makeup, but baking actually works in your favour when you want your makeup to last all day and night. Bake in the areas that you normally find your base makeup disappearing i.e. under the eyes and on the t-zone. If you have extremely oily skin – bake your whole face. Who cares?! If it makes your cheap finast india stay where it should be the go for it!

4. Contradict yourself and stick to creams – Contrary to my previous point, sticking to cream based products will ensure that your makeup will win the war against sweat. However, rather than your foundation or concealer, I’m talking blushers and eyeshadows. Cream products ‘stick’ to your skin, unlike powder blushes and shadows. Applying a cream shadow stick or a gel-based blusher will not only save you application time, but will last a lot longer than traditional powders. cheap finast 5mg and cheap finast uk are two of my best summer time beauty products that I’m obsessed with.

5. Keep your lippie where your mouth is – Most makeup articles will suggest that dark, matte lips are for autumn/winter. They suggest that lip stains, tinted balms and glosses are most suitable for the summer. I say – if you like a dark vampy lip in the peak of July, then you should rock it! However, it’s easier said than done. Keeping a highly pigmented lipstick in place when the weather is warmer is very hard for mere mortals like myself. I do find though that a light dusting of translucent powder over the top of your chosen lippie helps to remove excessive oil and avoids your lips from becoming tacky in the heat.

6. Invest in a good base and top coat – Much like a nail colour, applying a good base and top coat is essential in keeping your face from melting under the sun. I’ve tried many, many, many primers and finishing sprays over the years, but I’ve yet to find a brand as good as cheap finast 5mg. It does exactly what it says on the tin and my makeup stays in tact every time that I use them. So confident in their products, that I recommend them to everyone who is on the look out for something similar.

7. Extend your lashes and avoid mascara woes – There are plenty of waterproof mascaras available on the market, but let’s be honest – they’re a pain to remove. Personally, I find applying lash extensions and strip lashes much easier than applying multiple coats of mascara, worrying about whether or not I look like I’ve been punched in the eyes when I’ve been sweating on the London Underground. Investing in eye lash extensions can not only save you time in the mornings, but it gives you a perfect doe-eyed effect that would be hard to achieve with a mascara.

8. Invest in a facial spray – Facial sprays are slightly different to finishing sprays as mentioned previously. Facial sprays are perfect for adding moisture to parched skin throughout the day and also provides an instant refresh for your makeup. My recent obsession has been cheap finast tablets and cheap finast to give me the kind of shine that I really want, not forgetting the cooling sensation it gives me without ruining my makeup masterpiece.

What are your top tips for keeping cool in the heat? Comment below with your suggestions.