Beach makeup is a great way to try some bold eyeshadow colors along with a bright and sunny lipstick color. But do make sure you have waterproof make up, since you might have to take a swim.
Ideas for Makeup
One of the best things about the beach is that it gives you the liberty to try out all the bright and sparkly colors in your eyeshadow palate that you never get to use back at home. When you're out at the beach, you can flaunt these beautiful colors all day.
When you're out for more than an hour, the sunlight and the salt water can dry out even the best sunscreens. Thus, make sure you apply a lot of moisturizer all over your body and then put on sunscreen. Don't test your skin to the limit, as no skin care products guarantee full protection.
If you've gotten a spray-on tan, don't apply your regular foundation as it will be too light for your skin. So the difference in shade of the face and the rest of the body will be noticeable.
If you must wear foundation, ensure that the one you're using is the same color as your tanned skin as it will make your makeup look natural. If you want to hide any dark circles or spots, use some light concealer.
Using brown should be avoided as it's a generic color used in everyday makeup; try something different and exciting at the beach. For eye shadow, you can use colors like gold, yellow, pink, purple, blue, and green. Metallic finishes will make your eyes sparkle in the sun. Try a transparent waterproof mascara for a natural watery look.
All these tips will definitely give you a stunning look for the beach and you'll be sure to have heads turning.