Eyeliner: First and foremost, if you're obsessed with liner, make sure it's long-lasting. That said, Soane has a hack for those who want to look like they have eyeliner on without applying it, and it's especially good for blondes and redheads.
"If you have really fair lashes, you want to make sure that your mascara looks like it's a full extension of your lash line," she explained. "A lot of times when you're fair, you need to put a little liner underneath, and that way, it looks full but natural. It's a good way to wear liner when you're at the gym, too. It's called tightlining."
Try: Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner ($25). This product is a cult favorite for a reason — it truly offers 12 hours of sweat and humidity-resistant coverage.
Eye Shadow: While you're certainly not going to show up for a cardio sculpt class with electric-blue eye shadow, you may want to give your lids a natural-looking boost. Pick shades in a neutral family, and try this tip to make your product last long.
"A trick we do backstage is always start with a base that is a nude tone and apply that all over," Soane said. "Apply it from lash to brow to create a smooth base, then you can put the color on top. Use your finger because you can feel the product against your skin and you know you're going to get the sheerest amount of product."
Try: Long Wear Cream Shadow Stick in Vanilla ($29). This long-lasting formula in a bright nude is the perfect primer for your base.
Waterproof Mascara: We admit it's difficult to ditch defining your lashes, so pick a long-wear one if you're going to dress up your flutter. "Use waterproof mascara if you're worried about getting the raccoon effect when you're sweating," she advised. "Layering is the way to go with mascara. There are mascaras out there that say they do everything, but most mascaras are maximum volume and length or lengthening and curl."
Try: Bobbi Brown No Smudge Mascara ($28). This nubby wand will help you achieve the layering technique suggested by Soane.