Being at the top of your game as a female athlete means that you’re polished, poised, and professional. How you look matters as much as how you perform. Today’s top athletes wear make-up as a way to feel beautiful, powerful, and put-together.
Beauty and athleticism. It’s two qualities that many female athletes possess. Not only are they skilled at playing sports and competing in athletics, but they’re also able to master their make-up like pros.
From Olympic Gold medalists to Wimbledon whizzes, these fierce females are onto something. They combine make-up and matches, eyeliner and athletic events, and polish, poise, and perfection wherever they go to compete. There is a lot you can learn from them and their winning beauty routine.
Ready to Make an Appearance and Win Over the Crowd
Many inspiring women use make-up to enhance their self-esteem and athletic performance. We’ve listed a few here for you to learn about. Performance sports such as ice skating is one where the costume and make-up worn adds to the story conveyed by the athlete.
Some athletes who wear make-up during competitions include:
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It takes skill to apply make-up in a way where it doesn’t interfere with an athletic performance. The women listed above are masters at what they do. They’re comfortable in their skin and feel confident showing others who they are when they perform. Some wear a full face of make-up while others prefer to wear a trace of eyeliner and mascara.
Make-Up and Athletics are a Winning Combination
Do make-up and athletics go together? They most certainly do! Each match, meet, and event is an occasion worth dressing up for. Athletes are in the public eye and always being photographed. When they feel good about their appearance, it shows in their performance. Many female athletes attribute some of their success to the way that they feel while participating in their sport of choice. Make-up has a definite impact on their self-esteem and their self-confidence.
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