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    Does anybody have any tips for getting make up to last the day? Im always having to reapply at work. I am an in aircon office to!

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    I use a Clinique face powder shade "invisible" over foundation. It stops shine and makes the make up longer wearing

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    Primer and patting. Buy a good primer to put on before you put foundation on, and instead of swirling your powder on your face, try get a flat sponge, the ones you get from powders, and pat your powder into your face, and if it looks caky, gently brush away powder with a small fluffy brush, works for me, hope it does for you too

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    If you are prone to oily skin, try some blotting paper which you just dab on your face - it just lifts the oil out but seems to keep the make up there.

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    I have tried everything but thin Lizzy works for me. It has beeswax in it which helps it stick especially if you live in a humid climate like I do

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    A primer!! It's expensive but my favourite is Laura Mercier's and it lasts forever as you seriously need the tiniest amount. And a good setting powder on top if you're using liquid.

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    A primer and foundation from the same line. They are made to work with each other. I saw something on YouTube about it from a makeup artist saying to do that so your foundation won't slide off in the middle of the day. Also pat or press on powder for a longer wear


 

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