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Remove your foundation this summer with these SPF moisturizers that smooth your skin

Hot: Applying foundation in summer can be a high requirement. Sweat and bold makeup don’t quite work out together, and who wants to spend enough time exercising just to sweat an hour later? That’s exactly why I’m currently obsessed with colored sunscreens —they’re lightweight and combine all your moisturizers, SPF, and skincare into one perfect product.

Remove your foundation this summer with these SPF moisturizers that smooth your skin
Remove your foundation this summer with these SPF moisturizers that smooth your skin

Heather Woolery-Lloyd, M.D., a dermatologist in Miami, says tones sunscreens are a great addition to your makeup bag, as they give you great sun protection, minus the white of some sunscreens. “Most products with SPF are physical blocking agents, which means they have zinc or titanium dioxide,” she says. The reason why they are colored is that zinc and titanium produce white or gray on the skin, so one of the ways to apply a mask is to add a tone so that it is almost the same as your skin color. And you’re turning it almost like a light makeup to [so] you don’t see the gray change. ”

When you apply SPF to your skin, it can lead to dreamy radiant skin — especially if you follow some professional tips. Merrady Wickes, the makeup expert and content and educator at the clean beauty store The Detox Market, noted that mineral sunscreens can sometimes get dry, so she recommends applying them on the oil or balm when it’s still dewy. Pro tip: For uniform perfect coverage, Wickes says pat, never rub.

While these products tend to be perfectly suited to your skin, this is not necessarily always effective for dark skin. Dr. Woolery-Lloyd recommends finding a product with darker shades if you find it still leaving white streaks. Keep looking for our must-have tones sunscreens to use throughout the summer.

 

First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Tinted Moisturizer SPF 30 ($28)

This tinted moisturizer comes in 12 shades and is perfect for dry, dull, or red skin. It’s got colloidal oatmeal and vitamin E, which both help soothe skin, and hyaluronic acid to keep things hydrated. It also contains finely milled minerals that reflect light, making your skin look ultra-radiant.

 

Lancôme Expert Mineral CC Cream SPF 50 ($39)

If you’re looking for a bit more of a flawless finish, this CC cream has got you covered. It comes in five shades and provides buildable, medium-to-full coverage without feeling cakey—and it protects against pollution, too.

 

CliniqueFIT Workout Makeup Broad Spectrum SPF 40, $30

Clinique’s sweat-friendly tinted SPF goes on creamy, giving you smooth coverage without streaks. It comes in seven shades and makes you look like you’re wearing an uber-natural foundation, only you’re getting waterproof sun protection as you blur any skin redness.

 

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Instant Radiance Sun Defense Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 40 ($42)

This dermatologist-made product instantly removes dullness and redness for an otherworldly radiant (and sun-protected) glow. Beauty and fitness editor Rachel Lapidos swears by this moisturizer, and was shook by how well it blended. “I’ve used tinted SPFs before that are on the more orange side, or that are thick and cakey—this one melts perfectly into my skin, and makes me look like I’m rocking a filter over my face,” Lapidos says. “I don’t even need to blot on concealer over it—it’s truly magical.”

 

Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 20 Sunscreen, $46

This OG tinted SPF has been dependable for years for its smooth coverage, skin hydration, and solid sun protection. There are 15 shades to choose from, so it’s easy to find your match for a fresh complexion that’s moisturized all day long.

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