Sunscreen becomes essential every day in order to look fresh and beautiful. It shields the skin from damage caused by the sun’s powerful UV rays. How to apply it while using makeup is a question that often arises in one’s mind? Dermatologists say that one should be re-administering one’s SPF every two to three hours. One has to make use of foolproof techniques in order to reapply one’s sun protection without smudging or smearing one’s early-morning makeup masterpiece.
Prior to starting off one’s makeup routine, one needs to prep up one’s skin with protection, and not just in the major areas of one’s face such as the cheeks and forehead. Extra sun damage tends to occur on the upper cheekbones.
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Try a moisturizer with built-in SPF
If one’s skin is on the sensitive side, on needs to streamline one’s product lineup with a multitasking moisturizer. In the cooler months, it is indeed acceptable to “cheat” by making use of using a moisturizer with a sunscreen in it instead of two separate products.
Using a tinted moisturizer with SPF
Swap out one’s heavy foundation for a rather lighter formula, like a BB cream with a little bit of tint and added SPF. Use a spray to finish off the look and a sunscreen.
Brush it on.
In case one does not want to mess, smudge, or smear one’s makeup during a mid-day SPF touchup one can make use of a powder sunscreen thus applying it to the face. The loose powder is indeed easy to make use of. One can simply brush it on directly to the face, as the powder is built into the brush.
Touch it up with a compact.
One can make use of compact for touch-ups. One can keep one in one’s purse.
Apply Sunscreen before Moisturizer and Makeup
After one has cleansed one’s face, one needs to apply a sunscreen with an SPF 30 or higher before applying makeup.
Try Using Mineral Makeup
When one is planning to stay out in the sun for longer than 15 minutes, mineral makeup with SPF can indeed enhance one’s protection.
Use a Tinted Compact with SPF
One can go in for a tinted compact as a sunscreen.
Ingredients in Chemical Sunscreen Are Photostable
When applying a physical sunscreen that contains zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide, it is important to make sure one is applying it over a photostable chemical sunscreen.
What to take care of?
If one has a sensitive skin, one should look for the sunscreen that does make use of those ingredients that are unlikely to irritate one’s skin. They do provide a physical barrier to protect one’s from the sun’s harmful rays. One can apply this sunscreen under one’s foundation.
What questions arise in one’s mind?
What level of protection does one really need? Do you need to reapply? Is SPF in one’s foundation enough? Should one apply my sunscreen under one’s makeup?
A sunscreen is essential to protect one skin form hash sun rays and this can be done even if one has make-up on.