You might be melting, but your makeup won't.
When the mercury spikes, we bet you can't just drop what you're doing, toss on a bathing suit, and head straight for the pool float. More likely, you've got to keep on keeping on. And that means trudging through your commute or daily errands a little sweatier than usual. Unfortunately, it also means frizzy hair and melting makeup—unless you know a thing or two about the best sweat-proof products.
To keep your makeup in place—whether you're out in the blazing sun or sneaking in a quick workout—pro makeup artist Kasey Adam Spickard offers his best tip: prime the skin. Beyond that, choose one of these sweat-proof makeup products—from foundations, eyeliners, and waterproof mascara—that are up for the job.
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