Post # 1
Ahh I tanned 2 shades this weekend in the face. and my undertones and everything have totally changed. I think I got alot of yellow undertones now since I’m asian? Time for a new make up routine – what’s yours?
Post # 3
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
I don’t tan so the only thing I change for summer is higher SPF moisturizer and eyeshadow primer so my eyes don’t look like they’re melting in the heat!
Post # 4
I switch from a foundation to a tinted moisturizer or a BB creme in the summer. I’m pretty religious about sunscreen on my face, so I don’t have to change my shade or anything. If anything, I go a little heavier on the bronzer (to match my body — I’m a self tanning addict in summer months!).
Post # 5
@MsAmandaAnn: What sunscreen do you use?
Post # 6
agree on the tanning! i am an addict when it’s hot and sunny out but cover my face / protect it from the sun.
i love shiseido sunscreen (http://www.sephora.com/ultimate-sun-protection-cream-broad-spectrum-spf-50-for-face-P173669) or neutrogena sunscreen clear face (http://www.neutrogena.com/category/sun/clear+face.do)
Post # 7
I don’t tan, so changing shades is not an issue for me. I wear sunscreen year round, but make sure that I wear it on my body in the summer (i’m pretty good all year, but always do it in the summer). I also don’t wear full coverage foundation as often, and typically just wear a BB cream (Missha or Skin 79 are my favorites), a light dusting of powder (Maybelline Fit, Nyx HD powder, or Hourglass), blush, and mascara. Sometimes I wear other makeup, but it depends on my mood. Eye lid primer is a must for me in the summer – just keeps everything on longer, no creasing, and makes shadow colors pop more.
Post # 8
I don’t tan. It’s the same as my always makeup routine:
1. Innisfree green tea seed serum
2. Innisfree color corrector base in mint (green color corrector is my makeup bff)
3. Innisfree soy liquid eyeliner with felt brush
4. Innisfree soy mascara
5. E.L.F “booster” shimmer powder
Doesn’t take too long either and most of those products have SOME SPF in them. I don’t go outside a lot so it’s usually enough. If I know I’ll be outside more I’ll use the highest possible SPF I can find instead of my color corrector or on top of it.