How to Sleep With Your Makeup On

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Sleeping with your makeup on is one of those beauty no-nos we've been told pretty frequently throughout our lives. Going to bed with a full face of products can lead to major breakouts and pore blockage, it's true! But for those early mornings where you don't have time to put on a full face, there has to be some leeway to the rule. What about those midday naps? You can't expect us to remove our makeup, and then reapply.

There is, however, an art to sleeping with your makeup on. Although you shouldn't do it all the time, here are some tips to keep your makeup looking #Flawless after a good night's rest.

Tip #1: Wear Long-lasting ProductsSleeping With Your Makeup
Thanks to the new generation of beauty products, you can wear smudge-free eyeliner, long-lasting mascara, and water proof lipsticks. These makeup goodies will prove most useful during your Zzzzzs.

Tip #2: Skip The FoundationSleeping With Your Makeup
Because you want to maintain healthy skin, stay clear of heavy foundations that will clog your pores at night. Instead, opt for a full coverage concealer. This will cover your blemishes while not being harsh on your skin.

Tip #3: Wear A Lip Stain
Sleeping With Your Makeup
You won't have to worry about staining your sheets and lots of smudges on your face while wearing a long-lasting lip stain. No matter what, a lip stain isn't going anywhere.

Tip #4: Use Makeup Setting Spray
Sleeping With Your Makeup
Before bed spritz on a makeup setting spray like Urban Decay's All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray. It will give your makeup some serious staying power.

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