Tinted SPF 🔆
The past few days have been so hot, I have been avoiding foundation and reaching for my tinted spf products instead.🥵 Here is my current collection, which I thought I'd share in case you are looking for one that might work well for you.
La Roche Posay - Athelois - this is a tinted sunscreen, factor 50+. This has a lovely scent and doesn't feel heavy on the skin at all. It gives you a lovely tint, so you look sun kissed, while you protect your skin. Great one for holidays.
Bare minerals - Complexion Rescue - this is a fab product. Really hydrating, comes in a wide range of colours. Would be great for dry/normal skin. I wouldn't recommend this if your skin is oily as it doesn't have the best staying power against an oily skin type.
Estee Lauder - Revitalizing Supreme CC - this product adjusts to your skin colour. It gives such a lovely glow and contains anti-aging properties, which is a bonus! Again, would be really good for dry/ normal skin type.
Origins - Ginzing SPF 40 - this is an 'energy boosting' tinted moisturiser. This one also adjusts to your skin tone, it comes out beige and as you blend it in, the tint appears. I would say this gives you the most bronzed look. I also find it holds out really well on my oily skin.
La Roche Posay - Effaclar - BB Blur - this is SPF 20 and is the only one that gives a matte finish. It is designed to be oil absorbing and seems to work pretty well, however I am not a fan of the texture and the powdery look. Reminds me of that mouse foundation we all seemed to wear when we were in school... or maybe that was just me, but I'm sure it was a thing, right?
What's your favourite tinted SPF? Always keen for recommedations... 👍
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