A CELEBRITY MAKEUP artist has revealed the easy way you can make sure your makeup stays in place all day.
Lisa Eldridge, from the UK, went back in time to dig up this forgotten hack.
The hack originates form Ern Westmore, a Hollywood makeup artist who worked for Warner Bros back in the 1920s.
And the easy hack still works today, says Lisa.
In a TikTok video, she said: "I tried this 100-year-old makeup hack and it works!"
After finishing her full-glam Hollywood siren makeup look following a tutorial by Ern Westmore, she tried his hack set the makeup in place.
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While many of us opt for a setting spray to lock our makeup in, there's an even simpler solution and its great for the warmer months.
And it gets our seal of approval as it's totally free.
Lisa demonstrates that all you need is ice cold water and a few cotton wool pads.
Absorb the cotton wool into the water and squeeze out any excess, then pat your face gently to keep your makeup in place all day without any touch ups.
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the makeup artist also said it was better than a setting spray as it took off any excess powder form the face, leaving your skin looking more radiant.
The video has single gone viral with over 400k views, and many people rushed to the comments to give their opinion.
One wrote: "Perfect hack for the summer," which Lisa agreed with, saying it was 'so refreshing.'
"DEFINITELY trying this tomorrow," another exclaimed.
A third commented: "The simplest hacks are the best."
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Meanwhile, a fourth penned: "So cool, I’m going to try this! Kinda like a setting spray I guess."
"Love the water hack!! Such a genius idea," added a fifth person.
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