How To Conceal Summer Tan Lines In Seconds
"I like to use a buildable matte foundation, such as Make Up For Ever Mat Velvet, in two different shades: one shade to match the shoulders and décolletage and another that's a couple shades darker. I start by applying the darker shade directly on the tan lines. Once dry, I apply the shade that matches the rest of the skin over it in order to even out the tones and create a seamless finish."—Kelsey Deenihan
Though we'd argue that some swimsuits are most definitely worth the tan lines, geometric red, white and bronze markings are not always the best look—especially when your summer calendar is filled with work day meetings and weekend weddings.