6 Tips to Stop Makeup From Transferring onto Your Clothes and Protective MasksOctober 26, 2020
Spray Your Mask With Setting SprayOnce you’ve finished setting your makeup, make sure you spritz the inside of your protective face mask with some setting spray as an extra layer of insurance. The Urban Decay All Nighter Spray is perfect for this.
Try a Waterproof Formula
To ensure maximum protection, make sure you’re opting for a waterproof formula. It may seem straightforward, but trust us when we say that these formulas are long-lasting and stay in place. We recommend the Maybelline New York Super Stay Concealer.
You probably know that setting your makeup is necessary for long-lasting results, but as vlogger Manny MUA shows in this video, there’s a technique to achieving a truly transfer-proof finish. First, he applies his moisturizer and then sets it with a translucent powder and the Urban Decay All Nighter Spray. Then, he primes his face with a tacky primer to help keep the foundation in place. After he applies his foundation and concealer, he sets his face again with a translucent powder, except this time he lets the products sit on his face for about five minutes. Once the five minutes are up, he sets his face again using a spray before finishing the rest of his face with bronzer, highlighter and blush. Finally, he goes in with one last round of translucent powder all over his face.
Use Your Hair as a Shield
In this video, fashion blogger Naomi Boyer shows us how to safely put on a clean shirt after applying makeup. The trick is to comb your hair in front of your face. Then, while looking down, pull the opening of the shirt as far apart as you can and quickly pull it over your head.
Press and Roll
Using a very light touch and a soft facial tissue, use vlogger Crystal’s press and roll method to absorb excess makeup that could potentially get onto your clothing or mask.