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A punchy blush on the apples of the cheeks is a good place to start. To eliminate unsightly shine in seconds, nothing beats blotting papers.

"They're cheap, easy, and amazing — you just press and go," says Sheriff.

"They're incredibly light — they don't feel at all like a heavy, additional layer — and they really help hold makeup in place'' 3. "Just as you switch to breezy skirts and linen blouses, dress your face with lighter makeup," says Surratt.

First step: Swap foundation for tinted moisturizer. Just as you're probably more likely to wear a vivid top or carry a bright bag this season, now's the perfect time to play up your makeup palette.

And be sure to sweep a little bronzer onto your neck and earlobes, especially if you have short hair or are wearing a pony­tail. Like house-paint primer, it provides a smooth base for whatever goes on next.