HAIR & MAKEUP TOP SUMMER PRODUCTS

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Runny mascara? Frizzy hair? Your eyeliner runs and you look like a raccoon?

Yes those are problems that we all deal with in summer; we know the struggle is real when it comes to staying flawless in the summer heat.

That is why our team of experts want to share their favorite products that swear by are the most efficient products for a hot, sweaty day.

*Fabiola (Makeup Artist)

My favorite product is the pore minimizer POREfessional by Benefit; it leaves velvet like texture and porcelain finish to the skin. It also helps the foundation to blend better and by having a smooth skin, the use of foundation is very little, leaving more natural finish.

*Selene (Hair Artist)

My favorite product is the OASIS+ Dust it texture because it increases the texture in hair, mostly in thin hair, and it prevents the humidity to ruin the volume, it is certainly an excellent tool.

 

*Natacha (Hair Artist)

One of my top product REWIND 06 from REDKEN, I’m a Redken lover since years

Love a lot of products, but this one Twist, shape and texturize hair into changeable styles. Pliable fiber network provides a “web of support” for creating strong shapes that have on-going flexibility for instant replay.

*Cuauhtémoc (Makeup Artist)

My favorite product for makeup is the eye primer 24 hours by MAC cosmetics, I LOVE this product because of its high resistance to humidity, it intensifies the pigmentation of the eye shadow and it makes blending easier.

 

 *Fernanda (Hair Artist)

I do not have a favorite product per se but I do have a favorite tool; the waffle iron it is the best to create volume and it makes thin hair look thicker.

 

*Lizzette (Makeup Artist)

My favorite product for eyes is Paintpot from MAC Cosmetics. I use it as a base before applying eye shadow and not only intensifies the eye shadow color, but it makes it last all day without creasing. My favorite color is soft ochre and painterly for a neutral tone.

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