16. Map Your Contours With a Brow Pencil
Don’t have a cream contour stick? No problem. After you’ve applied your foundation, mark the areas you would like to contour—the hollows under your cheekbones, your temples, along your hairline, jawline, the edges of your nose, the tip of the nose, and therefore the crease of your eyes—with a deeply colored brow gel pencil. Yep, you read that right. Brow gel pencils are concentrated, yet very smudge-able, which makes them perfect for contouring.
17. Blot Your Oil With a Clean Seat Cover
Okay, yes, this sounds gross, but hear me out! Both blotting papers and seat covers are made out of comparable materials and can help take in the surplus oil on your skin. So, if you’re during a pinch and headed to the toilet to shower anyway, grab one among these covers and pat it over your T-zone to decrease any excess oil on your face.
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