13 Awesome Beauty Products to Sweat-Proof Your Life

Stay cooler and more collected with these hair and skin faves.
Photographs by Laura Metzler.


Ursa Major deodorant is made with natural ingredients such as hops and eucalyptus—and because it’s aluminum-free, it won’t stain clothing. $18 at


Simply apply makeup, spritz on Urban Decay All-Nighter, and go—for up to 16 hours. $31 at


A lipstick made for all-day wear that glides on smooth and won’t dry out lips: Smashbox Be Legendary Liquid Lip, $24 at Sephora.


Go from gym to office with Drybar’s Baby Buttercup travel hair dryer. Its sunny hue is as cute as its name. $135 at Sephora.


R+Co’s Badlands unites dry shampoo and styling product in one compact, bedhead-taming paste. $28 at


Trish McEvoy’s High Volume Mascara won’t smudge come rain or sweat, but it glides off easily with warm water. $31.50 at Bluemercury.


Dust Lush’s T for Toes sweat-absorbing powder along your arches and toes, or sprinkle it into shoes, for fresh feet with a rosy scent. $8 at Lush.


Yuni’s Shower Sheets go beyond flimsy wipes. Stash a few in your tote for shower-fresh skin at a moment’s notice. $15 at


A cult classic, Imperméable Anti-Humidity Spray defends against moisture in the air to keep your hairstyle intact. $22 for 2.25 ounces at


Mario Badescu’s rosewater-aloe-and-herb revitalizing spray hydrates and lends a dewy finish to sun-parched skin. $7 at


Foundation mixed with sweat can equal breakouts. That’s less likely with natural formulas such as 100% Pure’s Fruit Pigmented Cream Foundation. $47 at


Rather than layering oil-based sunscreen onto already slick skin, opt for Brush on Block mineral-powder sunblock. $32 at


Dream Tint moisturizer is lightly pigmented to help even out skin tone in lieu of heavy foundation. Built-in SPF 15 is a bonus. $41 at

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Hayley is an Associate Editor at Washingtonian Weddings. Previously she was the the Style Editor at The Local Palate, a Southern food culture magazine based out of Charleston, South Carolina. You can follow her on instagram @wandertaste.