sunscreen will always be the first layer in the skincare line. Moreover, if you want to go out in direct sunlight, you need to reapply to form maximum protection throughout the day, even when you wear it.make-up.
Some people might think they are having a hard time with this, because repeat sunscreen on top of makeup will actually damage the makeup itself. If anyone is worried about this, it seems that you should read this article to the end.
sunscreen. / Photo: pexels.com/Armin Rinoldi
According to board-certified dermatologists Doris Day and Marina Peredo, quoted from Byrdie, there are many ways to reapply sunscreen on make-up. There are at least five ways that you can make an option. Anything?
Use sunscreen as the basis Makeup
The first step in this series is to apply sunscreen as a make-up base. “The best way to mix sunscreen and makeup is to apply sunscreen the thick one before you make-up,” said Dr. Peredo. You can also use a series make-up with SPF, so you have double protection andno need reapply sunscreen when active.
Use sunscreen Powder
Illustration of sunscreen powder. (Photo: pexels.com/Polina Tankilevitch)
Another way is to apply a mineral-based powder sunscreen. sunscreen powder form will blend more into your makeup than sunscreen cream form.
“The powder formula is designed to cover makeup and keep you protected because if you don’t repeat sunscreen, in fact sunscreen will wear off or degrade within a few hours of application,” said Dr. Day.
How to apply sunscreen The powder is quite easy, namely by applying it all over the face in a circular motion until it is evenly mixed. sunscreen this is suitable if you want to maintain the final result matte on the skin all day long.
Another way to reapply sunscreen without damaging make-up is to use sunscreen spray. Peredo suggests reapplying sunscreen over makeup every 30 minutes if you’re in direct sunlight.
Illustration of a sunscreen spray. (Photo: freeimages.com/triocean)
However, if you are indoors, just spray it every 2-3 hours. Furthermore, basically, you need consistency to use sunscreenwhether it’s swimming, on the go, or at home.
sunscreen You can find solid powder in the form of a compact powder that contains SPF. “SPF 30 is the perfect choice when you’re looking for SPF sunscreen appropriate,” says Dr. Day. On the other hand, he doesn’t recommend SPF 15 or lower for anyone, especially on the face, especially when out in the sun.
You can repeat compact powder containing SPF with a sponge or powder brush. Make sure you no dab a sweaty sponge or brush back into the powder, as this can cause bacteria to spread and harm the top layer of your compact powder.
Illustration of solid sunscreen. (Photo: freepik.com/benzoix)
The last way to reapply sunscreen is to delete make-up-until you clean and use it again sunscreen evenly for protection. That way, you no will find a messy face and get perfect protection.
Despite sunscreen is good protection for the skin, but dr. Day still recommends us to use a wide hat, anti-ultraviolet sunglasses, long clothes to avoid the strong sun when outdoors.
Of the five ways above, roughly you will reapply sunscreen in what way, here, Beauties? Write in the comments column, come on!
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