By Erica Metzger
"Skip thick foundations and save your cream lipsticks for fall," says Los Angeles makeup artist Napoleon Perdis. Makeup with a lighter texture -- tinted moisturizer, cheek stain, bronzing gel, and lip gloss -- will wear better in the heat and keep you looking fresh. And prep with primer: trust us, it's worth the extra step. Primer fills in fine lines, helps makeup go on more smoothly and, best of all, keeps it in place. Apply a thin layer to your skin, lids, even lips, so your tinted moisturizer, eyeshadow, and lip color don't move.