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Tinted moisturizers with SPF
Tinted moisturizers with SPF can protect skin against the sun while leaving you with a dewy, natural glow.
Perfect skin with this tinted moisturizer!
I absolutely love the laura mercier - Tinted Moisturizer Natural Skin Perfector Broad Spectrum SPF30 It gives the most beautiful finish on the skin. It is hydrating, perfecting, and protecting. It includes SPF to protect your skin while evening out the complexion. It gives light-medium coverage that evens out the skin tone and leaves your skin looking fresh and LIKE SKIN! It really just makes it look like you had a good skin day! I like to apply it with a brush, but it also works well just using your fingers. I’m wearing shade 1N2 - Vanille. This tinted moisturizer is A+ for everyday wear!
laura mercier-Tinted Moisturizer Natural Skin Perfector Broad Spectrum SPF30
Say goodbye to foundation
ILIA - Super Serum Skin Tint SPF 40 What is it: A serum that IS skincare, makeup, and sun protection into one easy step: a weightless serum! Targets: The SPF 40 coverage with non-nano zinc oxide is created with a blend of Hyaluronic Acids, plant-based Squalane, and Niacinamide. These ingredients even skin tone and soften fine lines and imperfections. My thoughts: I have literally turned in my foundation for this products. i am obsessed with this skin tint serum by @iliabeauty!!! it has amazing ingredients + spf 40. it’s light coverage, but is definitely buildable. this gives me a natural, dewy finish and doesn’t make me feel oily. it also creates a natural barrier for your skincare—sealing in hydration, plumping skin, and boosting any antioxidant effectiveness. it’s silicone-free, fragrance-free, chemical screen-free, oil-free, non-comedogenic, and safe for sensitive skin. trust me, you need this in your life. i got it in shade 8 (shela).
ILIA-Super Serum Skin Tint SPF 40
Oil-control Tinted Moisturizers with SPF!
If you have oily skin, if you are a commuter who goes to work or school every day but need a little foundation to even out and brighten your skin tone, be sure to try Nars Velvet Matte Skin Tint. This Nars liquid foundation actually works like a tint moisturizer. It is an oil-free formula with a very large capacity of 50ml, which is very cost-effective compared with other liquid foundation of only 30ml. According to the official website, this is the only foundation product made in Japan for Nars, so this product may be more suitable for Asian skin. It is very convenient and time-saving to apply it. You don't need to put on sunscreen first, as it has a SPF30 and is perfectly adequate for your daily commute. This product blends so smoothly and you don't even need a beauty blender, just apply it with your hands. But it also means that the coverage is not that high, it just helps better even out your skin tone. The whole process will only take you few minutes. After blending out the foundation, it leaves a velvet finish and it can help blur the pores. Due to the oil-free formula, it will not make your skin feel oily but on hot summer days, you might still need some powders, otherwise you don't even need to fix it with powder. However, as it dries fast, it is recommended to apply it quickly and do not let it stay on the face for too long, otherwise, it will dry down on your face. My skin is naturally pale and my shade is Light1, which is just right for me. If you have a pale skin with a yellow undertone, you can also try this shade.
Milk Tinted Moisturizer with SPF 30
aka Sunshine Skin Tint SPF 30 in Honey. This is my favorite everyday tinted mister I er that you absolutely cannot go wrong with. It’s perfect for dry to combination dry skin. It keeps your skin hydrated, with a light tint. It’s super lightweight. It evens out your complexion, but does not cover blemishes and isn’t for you if you’re looking for a high coverage foundation. If you have oily skin this also might not be for you, it is pretty moisturizing and if you are already blessed with plenty of natural oils this will eventually slip off by the end of the day. I do love wearing this for everyday wear, and for days where I’m going for a light hike and still want to look like a put together human being. The SPF 30 is also such a wonderful added factor, knowing that my skin is protected.Milk MAKEUP - Sunshine Skin Tint SPF 30
Milk MAKEUP-Sunshine Skin Tint SPF 30
NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer (SPF 30)
Would you consider a tinted face moisturiser an actual moisturiser? ;-) At least for this product, I would think that it is. The NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30 feels more like a lightweight moisturiser than a foundation. This product is targeted for people who want that extra layer of hydration while at the same time an evened out complexion. Tinted moisturisers are mainly for people who have drier skin because you will need all the hydration you can get; oilier skin types wouldn’t benefit as much from this in my opinion. I would think that this product has an exceptionally runny consistency that works in its favour. Usually I don’t like moisturisers to be so runny because I want a little more weight in the product, but having it as more of a liquid than a gel helps blend it into my skin a lot easier. It also has a sheer coverage, so it isn’t going to conceal any zits or pigmentation - it’s just to even out your complexion whilst being moisturising at the same time. I’ve used this for a year now and I have to say that I have some mixed thoughts. While I appreciate the extra moisture my skin needs during its drier days, and the dewy finish is also very nice, I don’t necessarily like how much work I have to put in to blend it in. It often applies quite patchily for me (after using it for awhile) and not as smoothly as other tinted moisturisers in the market. For me, this product attempts to be a 2-in-1 where you can skip the sunscreen and moisturiser and just go straight to your base because this technically covers these steps. However, I much prefer to apply a moisturiser and sunscreen before applying a proper foundation on. I find that this results in a smoother and more even complexion instead of the NARS Tinted Moisturiser. Plus, I also feel that this method moisturises my skin much much more than if I were to just use the NARS tinted moisturiser. While I would recommend this to my friends who are in the market for tinted moisturisers because it does fulfil its purpose of hydrating the skin while evening out your complexion, I don’t necessarily think this product is worth its 45 USD price tag. This is especially so after Colourpop came up with their own tinted moisturiser that I am in love with. Even though the Colourpop one doesn’t have SPF, for 14 USD, you can easily get another affordable sunscreen with the remaining money you save from buying the latter. NARS - Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30
NARS-Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30
NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer SPF 30 ☀️
My New Fav tinted moisturizer is NARS - Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30 I do layer another SPF underneath because it's my understanding that moisturizer already mixed with SPF dilutes the SPF. I wear the shade Malaga for that bronzed look and I love the coverage. I do set it with translucent powder because it can make my Tzone oily without setting it with powder and setting spray. I complete the look by adding blush, concealer bronzer, lashes and a nude lip. I have been turning to tinted moisturizer more than ever because if I do have to wear a mask I don't seem to break out like when I wear foundation under a mask. What are your favorite tinted moisturizers/ tinted sunscreen?? Has the pandemic changed your makeup routine???
NARS-Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30
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