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Beauty expert’s clever hack to avoid makeup marks made by sunglasses

  • A TikToker has shared a life-changing  hack for people that wear foundation
  • Social media users have praised her for the tip, saying its ‘such a great idea’

Looking across the bay, lips pouted, the glint of the sinking sun in your shades. It’s another perfect selfie.

Your Instagram pals back home may think you’re the epitome of cool… but after you pull down your sunglasses to inspect the menu, the waiter stares at you.

He can’t take his eyes off you. As he approaches, you give him your best smile. But he takes your order and breezes off with a smirk.

It’s later. Much later, back at the hotel room when you face the mirror. And find the truth – two pale pinch marks either side of your nose… where your sunglasses had been sitting.

Makeup and shades can be a dangerous combination, but worry not, one TikToker has come up with a ‘genius’ solution to spare you from those embarrassing face marks.

She said she finds that foundation stays on the bridge of her nose, where the sunglasses sit

The creator, Miss Alana Black shared that she loves wearing makeup and sunglasses in the summer, but finds it annoying when the make-up creases

Ms Black shared the hack to her 160,000 followers as the method requires a quick two steps before putting your sunglasses on

Ms Black shared the hack to her 160,000 followers as the method requires a quick two steps before putting your sunglasses on

Alana Black, AKA @missalanablack on TikTok, shared a video explaining how she gets rid of those tell-tale marks and creases on your nose.

She captioned the clip ‘daily reminder to try this hack if you wear glasses & makeup this spring/summer!’ – and her followers have praised her ‘great idea’.

In the clip, she begins by explaining that she loves wearing makeup and sunglasses in the summer, but finds it annoying when the make-up leaves imprints.

But she told her followers that she has a hack to prevent this ‘annoying’ occurrence.

Ms Black said: ‘Don’t worry, this hack will definitely fix it.’

Showing her users a box of setting powder, the TikToker said: ‘You’re going to take some setting powder, you’re going to take a brush. Any brush will do that you use for your powder.’

After putting a bit of the powder into a smaller pot, she said: ‘You’re going to dip a little bit of it. You’re going to take your sunnies and a little of that powder onto your glasses where it would be on your face.’

The TikToker then proceeds to brush the powder against the nose pads of her sunglasses carefully, making sure that it does not get onto the lenses.

She continues: ‘This way it [your makeup] won’t crease and your makeup will look flawless – even with sunglasses on.’

TikTok users have praised Ms Black for sharing the tip, especially with the hotter and sunnier weather just around the corner.

In order to make sure your make up doesn't get ruined, you need to brush some setting powder onto your glasses

The TikToker showcased how to do the simple hack - she essentially pops some powder on the glasses, where they would sit on your nose to prevent make-up transferring

The TikToker showcased how to do the simple hack – she pops some setting powder on the glasses, where they would sit on your nose to prevent makeup transferring

TikTokers have praised Ms Black for sharing the tip, especially with the hotter and sunnier weather just around the corner

TikTokers have praised Ms Black for sharing the tip, especially with the hotter and sunnier weather just around the corner

One user posted: ‘This is such a great idea!!’

While a second said: ‘Thank you for sharing!’

A third added: ‘Cool.’

And another person wrote: ‘Great hack babe.’

But one less-than-impressed user said: ‘This assumes I have time and I’m not running late to get out the door’.



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