Lighten makeup and layer sunscreen
Just like you swap wool and cashmere for breezy cotton and linen in your wardrobe, your makeup should lighten up with the weather. “I don’t like the heavy feel of foundation on top of sunscreen in the summer,” says Papri Sarkar, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in Brookline, Massachusetts. “But I think everyone should wear two layers of sunscreen—we never put on enough with the first layer.” Her strategy is to wear lightweight layers of sun protection—to put on her SPF, then follow up with a tinted moisturizer containing physical sunscreen. She likes Alastin Hydratint. “It somehow matches every skin tone, blends seamlessly and has a bit of shimmer to add radiance.” Here are more ways to add radiance to summer skin.
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