Tinted Moisturizers

by Nia Scott

Jul 16, 2019

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Products / Beauty

For makeup users, sometimes it’s fun to cut down on the makeup routine and have a bare-faced day. This allows the skin to breathe and gives people more time to focus on other things. For those with sensitive skin, taking a makeup break can be beneficial and help reduce any skin blemishes or undesirable marks. However, taking a makeup break doesn’t necessarily mean not having any makeup on or not covering blemishes. For those who want an alternative to makeup but don’t want to go fully bare, tinted moisturizers are perfect. Tinted moisturizers create a subtle look. The tint in the moisturizer can even out skin tone and even provide some coverage while moisturizing the skin.

One of the best tinted moisturizers is Positively Radiant Tinted Moisturizer SPF 30 from Aveeno. Aveeno is a well-known brand and produces quality products for an affordable price. Its tinted moisturizer is no different. It’s not heavy, but provides coverage. For days off from makeup, this product is perfect.

If a customer is strictly trying to find the perfect subtle makeup look, Perricone MD sells a great product called No Makeup Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 30. It’s pricier at $60 for a small bottle, but the product delivers on its promise. It’s a tinted serum with great antioxidants to diminish fine lines. It will create that barely-there makeup look and people will have to look twice to see if you’re really wearing makeup or not.

Glossier is celebrated for producing products that focus on highlighting the skin versus covering it with makeup. Its tinted moisturizer is no different. For $26, people can purchase the Perfecting Skin Tint. It’s a lightweight formula meant to make the skin look good. It’s not a foundation and won’t cover blemishes like a foundation.

 

 

 

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