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Stars like Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn haven't lost their beauty or appeal over the decades, and a part of their magnetism lies in their effortless style. When it comes to Summer hair and makeup, we can all learn a lot from the iconic women who've made it seem easy to look chic no matter how hot and humid it was. Check out these 20 stars' classic warm-weather fixes for beautiful hair and great makeup when the mercury's rising.
- The basics: Bailey recommends using a light formula that matches your skin tone in the morning, concentrating your application on the center of your face. "Most people say put powder in the T-zone, but really it's more like the middle zone," he explains. Sweep product on your forehead, chin, and nose, and don't forget the area around the nose.
- For touch-ups: Carry blotting papers instead of a pressed powder compact to avoid caking on more product during the day.
- Insider tip #1: Putting powder on the cheeks can draw attention away from your laugh lines.
- Insider tip #2: If you are planning to have your picture taken, then powder the entire face. Then use highlighter along your jawline to bring out a subtle shine.
- Insider tip #3: Bailey also likes to put powder on the inner eyes. Just use a clean eye shadow brush to cover lids and help eye makeup last.
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