My Favorite Tinted Moisturizer

 

If you’re reading my post today, you are an amazing friend and or a curious beauty lover like myself, either way I’m very thankful for you tiptoeing onto my blog. This is my first post on my new blog Coconut n' Honey and what better wayto start off than with my favorite go-to beauty product.

I love tinted moisturizers! I started using them during my freshman year of college. I went through a few different types, and I don’t even remember the names of the brands that I tried, but one has lasted 4-5 years later! My favorite would have to be from NARS. My shade is Seychelles for its medium/dark tint with golden and olive undertones. This $44 tinted moisturizer (and yes, I winced as I added in the price) from NARS can be easily purchased through NARS themselves or at Sephora. The price of the product is the only downside, it’s a lightweight moisturizer that evens skin tone and provides a translucent veil of UV protection. When using the product you don’t even need to use a large amount in order to gain the full coverage look you wish to have, a small dollop on the back of your hand will suffice. There are absolutely no parabens, sulfates, and phthalates (what?), which are basically the things we do not want on our bodies! The next amazing thing about this tinted moisturizer is that it's not only a “tinted moisturizer” but also doubles as sunscreen. This sheer coverage product has an SPF of 30 which makes this tinted moisturizer amazing to use during the summer and even winter time for great skin protection. This product amazed me – with time it evened out my skin tone and diminished my dark spots that I had problems with during my teenage years. 

Please believe the hype! This beautiful tinted moisturizer probably will change your life as it melts into your skin to create a fresh perfected face to last lifetime.  

What are some of your favorite tinted moisturizers that you've tried.

 

 

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