Have fun this summer, and be playful and confident in the sun and sea with the best waterproof products. These are our artists' all-time favorites picks!!
"It makes the littlest lashes so voluminous without looking clumpy!" -Catherine Norton
"It's inexpensive, easy to get a hold of, builds volume beautifully without clumping, doesn't flake, it's super black, and it stays on all day" -Jennifer Viveiros
This beautiful product is water resistant, not water proof, but it is definitely worth sharing!
"The brush is super thin, and gets right at the roots of your lashes! It gives great length and separation, and it's also tubular so it doesn't smudge or flake off." -Jenner Kennedy
Long Lasting Liners:
"Extremely pigmented, glides on easy, and doesn't budge!" -Kristen Poulin
Kristen recommends using the Sephora Collection waterproof eye makeup remover for this invincible eyeliner.
"This liner is perfect for tight-lining the lashes and making them appear fuller, and also for creating a beautiful, waterproof wing! Once it's on, it is not going anywhere! The product does set very fast, so it helps to work in sections." -Maryelle O'Rourke
Invincible Lip Products:
These stains aren't technically waterproof, but Colby raves about these lip stains for their staying power.
"The formula is a smooth, creamy consistency, that never dries, flakes, or coagulates throughout the day. The product is buildable, so you can opt for a sheer coat, or layer to create full, rich pigment. Not only does it look fabulous, it also contains mango extract that hydrates the lips and gives it a naturally fresh fragrance." -Colby Correnti
"Although they are not marketed as waterproof, they truly are one of the most long wearing lip products on the market." Our artist, Megan Buttry, also suggested a little tip for matte, long wearing lip colors. "Make sure to hydrate the lips at night, as these particular products can sometimes appear dry on the lips."
Beach Proof Brows:
"Brows are such a big thing right now. The Dipbrow is an extremely reliable product in terms of being very waterproof. A little bit goes a long way, and it is best applied in short, hair-like strokes. I like warming up the product on the back of my hand before applying it to the face." -Megan Buttry
Now that you know some of the best makeup product to use, how do you remove them? We all know how important it is to remove all your makeup every evening but sometimes figuring out what to use is a big mystery, especially if you have acne prone skin or sensitive skin. Check out Best Makeup Removers for Acne Prone Skin for some great products, their benefits and what others had to say about these products!!