Tinted moisturisers are moisturisers with a tint. These lightweight lotions serve double-duty by offering hydration along with just a hint of radiance and a bit of coverage. They are also the lightest option, with the least coverage you can use as a makeup base.
How to use tinted moisturisers?
One of the best things about tinted moisturisers is that they are effortless and ready to use. You can apply them the same way you apply your morning creams. You can apply your tinted moisturiser with your hands, and you don’t need a blender or any makeup tools. With your hands cleaned, dab a small amount of tinted moisturiser onto your cheeks, forehead, chin, and nose. Blend outwards with your fingers, and you are all done.
If your skin doesen’t need a lot of coverage and you only need to add a bit of colour to your look before leaving home, tinted moisturisers are probably the best option for you.
A smart option for the summertime.
In the summer days, our skin needs more protection and cleaning than anything else. Many girls tend to get skin breakouts because of the excessive heat, sweat, and the use of sunscreens, as most of them contain oils. Adding a coat of heavy makeup to your skin might not be a comfortable feeling. Tinted moisturisers can be the best option. You can have your moisturiser, foundation, and sunscreen in one product and just one application instead of three layers of three different products. Many cosmetic brands have tinted moisturisers with up to SPF 40/PA+++, and some of them even include skin treatments and vitamins, such as vitamin C and rich in antioxidants that help protect against environmental aggressors.
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