Fix a Flushed Face – If you turn red and stay that way after exercising (like seriously red for hours, even though you’re healthy and hydrated), take an antihistamine like Benadryl when you leave the gym to reduce redness.
Ditch the oil slick. To keep shine in check, always keeps blotting papers on hand. But in a pinch, an unusual way to keep oil at bay put deodorant on your finger and dab under your eyes and t-zone to help create a matte look.
Go for sheer foundation Adding aloe to foundation gives it excellent slip. Sheer out your favorite base by adding a half a pea size of aloe to your foundation before you apply it. Also, you can apply aloe to your face and while still dewy, spread on a little foundation. You’re ready for summer.
Fill in fine lines. – Here’s a way to keep lipstick from feathering (a great trick if you have tiny wrinkles above your upper lip): Coat your mouth and go slightly outside your lip line with a clear balm ‑- like plain ChapStick — before applying color. Like invisible spackle.
Smudge-proof your liner – Apply it with a pencil or a tiny brush, then trace over the line with a matching powder shadow. To make it last even longer: Wet your shadow brush with Visine first.
Dry Oatmeal Hair Touchup – If your hair is oily and you don’t have the time or the place to wash it, rub dry oatmeal in your hair to absorb its excess oil. Remove oatmeal with a brush.
Put Vaseline on your lashes to make them longer and thicker.
Dryer Sheets – will de-static your hair. I use this trick all the time in winter. Run a dryer sheet over your hair to help get the static out.