Zoë Burnett / Buzzfeed 1. Cheat an eyeshadow crease by using the "dash and blend" trick. The Beauty Department / Via thebeautydepartment.com It's basically connect the dots with eyeshadow. See the full tutorial at The Beauty Department. Bonus trick: You can do the same thing with liquid liner and a cat eye. Deepica Mutyala / Via youtube.com Use a felt-tip liquid liner pen to dot your top lash line, then fill in the dots with liner and finish with a pointed cat eye flick.You can watch the full tutorial from Deepicam here. 2. Make a DIY ~summer~ tinted moisturizer by mixing in 2-3 drops of foundation to your moisturizer with SPF. instagram.com This way, you don't have to buy a lighter coverage makeup for summer AND you'll get sun protection. Win-win. 3. Learn about brush volume, aka how vigorously or gently an eyeshadow brush will blend a pigment, by practicing your brush skills on a flat surface before you apply makeup onto your eyes. Instagram: @katyroleigh / Via katyroleigh.com This tutorial is a great place to start (and make sure you read the tips, don't just look at the pics). 4. Start drawing your under-eye concealer in a triangle instead of a crescent moon. maskcara.com Read more about why here. 5. Get rid of eyeshadow fallout without messing up your makeup by using concealer and a Q-tip. Napoleon Perdis / Via youtube.com Once your eye makeup is done, apply a few small dabs of concealer over any eyeshadow that's fallen below your eyes and onto your face. Then, gently roll a Q-tip over the concealer to clean up the mess. If you need further coverage, you can apply a small amount of fresh foundation in the area with a brush. Watch a full video tutorial on the technique here. 6. Use this face map to determine exactly where to apply bronzer, highlighter, and blush. BuzzFeed / Via buzzfeed.com Get a more in-depth tutorial here. 7. Try using a makeup setting spray to keep your makeup from smudging, melting, or smearing all day long. @mystuffbox_ / Via instagram.com This NYX Matte Finish spray is $7.60. Just spritz it onto your face after you've done your makeup and then keep your hands off of your face.