Drink water and apply a cool cloth to bring the heat down. Then apply a corrective primer: A green one will offset redness. “You won’t look green at all,” Joanna Schlip says. “Just apply it in the areas where you need, and if you have good skin you won’t need foundation on top of that.”
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2. Bleeding Makeup
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For running mascara or lipstick that’s smeared outside your pucker, simply dip a Q-tip into makeup remover and tidy up those smudges.
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3. A Sweaty Face
It’s hard to apply your makeup again post-workout when you’re still overheated. “A face spray is essential pre- and post-workout,” says Tamila Deveny, an esthetician at Manhattan Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery. “These sprays keep oil-free makeup in place while you get fit, and help you cool off after you exercise, as well as rehydrate parched skin.”