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This Beauty Brand Lets You Swim With Your Makeup On
Can’t stand going barefaced at the beach? You’re in luck!
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Good news. Now you need not be barefaced while swimming.

Cargo Cosmetics' new variants on waterproof makeup should be essentials in your beauty arsenal. Collecting long-wear waterproof makeup will prove to be a wise investment—not just for swimming, but for hot, humid days.   

Swimmables, the latest collection from the beauty-professional-trusted brand rounds up a variety of innovative products. Notably, the long-wear eyeshadow sticks are absolutely smudge-proof. They come in an array of nine shimmery colors that easily glide on to your skin. Once applied, you have 20 seconds to blend and play with the effect before they set.  


The Swimmables Waterproof Mascara Top Coat, on the other hand, has the amazing ability to turn any regular mascara into a waterproof formula in seconds. The best part about it is that it’s a light transparent top coat that sets your mascara without drying or clumping up your lashes.  


Lastly, there are the Swimmables Longwear Matte Liquid Lipsticks that come in six wearable, everyday shades. The high coverage formula dries immediately after application and does not smudge or transfer. Wearers also need not worry about it setting into fine lines or leaving lips looking parched.


 

Cargo Cosmetics is available at Beauty Bar stores nationwide.

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