Sun Protection Beauty

1. Mark Hill Protection Spray, £5.99, 2. Revlon Skin Perfector, £9.99, 3. Nivea After Sun Lotion, £3.24, 4. Clinique SPF 35 Stick, £17.00, 5. Rimmel Wake Me Up Make Up Foundation, £8.99

If you have fair skin like me you would know there is absolutely nothing more important than protecting your skin from the sun. Unfortunately, due to busy a lifestyle it is very easy to forget to apply the factor 50+ before leaving the house each morning for work. Honestly, I’m the worst for this much to my poor skin’s horror. That’s why I use foundations, BB creams and hair care products that fit effortlessly into my morning routine and already have the sun protection in them I require.

Applying make up that already has SPF in it has to be one of the best things for fair skin in the summer. There is nothing worse than applying suncream and then having to wait for it to sink in before you can start applying your make up. What’s worse is if you don’t have time to apply your foundation or tinted moisturiser and you end up having to leave the house with a greasy, shiny face. Not a good look! I use to try mixing my foundation with sunscreen which worked to a certain extent but never really achieved the “look” I was after as it was always more on the shiny side. I’m really love using PhotoReady BB Cream Skin Perfector by Revlon in light as it has a very lightweight feel to it and really evens out my base. Anyway, enough about that, I’ll be writing a review about it within the coming weeks.

What are your sun protection must haves?

SPF 50+ Sun Protection Shop


1 Comment

  1. July 25, 2013 / 9:21 pm

    I use so much of the Mark Hill spray, and never use anything less than SPF30 on my skin, seems I don’t like the sun!

    Belle x
    Mascara & Maltesers

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