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Makeup Rules For the Bedroom

So you’ve been out for a night on the town and things are heating up. You know what’s going to happen when you get home, but have you put any thought into how you’re going to look while you’re doing it? Typically wearing makeup to bed is a no-go, but you know was well as anyone else that you’re not going to bed and if this is someone that you’ve just met, then you want to keep your good impression going all night. If you’re going to wear makeup in the bed, then you know what? There are some very simple rules that you should follow; let’s take a look at some of them.

The Dos of Makeup (In the Bedroom)

Do Wear Waterproof Mascara

Putting waterproof mascara on is a pain, especially if you slip, but it’s going to pay off big in the end. When you bring someone home there’s going to be a lot of sweat, especially if you’re doing it right. There’s going to be sweat even if you’re doing it in thirty-degree weather, it’s just a fact of life.

The last thing you want while you’re doing the deed is to have your partner look up at you and see runny mascara! When you’re heading out for the evening, you might be tempted to reach for the cheaper mascara but trust us on this: waterproof mascara is an insurance policy: take it out.

 

Do Wear Lip Stain or Lip Paint

You know what? If you’re a woman, then you already know that lipstick smudges. In fact, of all the makeup in our arsenal it’s probably the most useless. It looks great, but seriously, it rubs off on anything and everything. If you eat, it rubs off, if you wipe your face, it rubs off, if you kiss, it rubs off.

Well, you can avoid this to a point by wearing lip stain or lip paint, and one of the best options that we’ve managed to find is Lipsense which is a cruelty-free lipstick that not only looks great, but actually stays in place. Whatever you choose, lip stain will last from the foreplay all the way to the end of the action.

 

Do Wear Primer

Always wear primer under your makeup. Apply it first, before your concealer and before your foundation. For extra protection, try adding a makeup setting spray after you’ve finished applying your makeup to ensure that it all stays in place.

 

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The Don’ts of Makeup (In the Bedroom)

Do Not Wear Cream Eyeliner or Cream Shadow

It’s a little harder for you to follow this rule if you’re headed out for a night on the town but it’s definitely something to consider at home. Both products tend to smudge and you can trust us when we say that you’re not going to look the least bit desirable in the bedroom. You may have to stop halfway through and that’s a no go!

 

Do Not Wear Glitter

We shouldn’t have to say this, but don’t wear glitter. Glitter comes off, it makes a mess, and it’s going to get all over your partner. In fact, if you’re doing things right, then your entire room will become a glitter wonderland, and it’s going to take years to clean up.

 

 

These are a few of the dos and don’ts that you’re going to want to use when you jump into the bedroom. Just remember that there are a ton of other tips and tricks that you’ll run into, and soon enough it’ll become routine.

 

Bottom line: the right makeup can make for a much better time in the bedroom.

 

You might also like this related article:

Makeup for Valentine’s Day – Soft Look

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