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Stay Matte and Protected w/ Colorescience


As you are probably well aware, football season is almost upon us. And with football season comes tailgating in the sweltering southern sun and the almost certain melting face, makeup effect. It’s sort of ridiculous to continuously whip out a compact at a tailgate, so I’ve found something quicker and more protective. (Plus, caking on even more makeup on top of your shiny face is going to do a number on your pores!)

This is where Colorescience’s Sunforgettable Mineral Sunscreen comes in. The mineral powder that comes packed with SPF will protect you from being out in the sun all day and comes in a discrete and easy-to-use brush. Available in SPF 30 or 50 and in 6 different shades, a few sweeps across your face is all you need to knock out both sun damage and sweaty makeup. Not to mention, as your makeup sweats off – IF you’ve applied normal sunscreen, it’s also sweating off too. Reapplying some form of sun protection will be a must.

This powder sunscreen is easy to apply and reapply throughout the day to keep your skin protected and shine-free. Sunforgettable SPF highly refined mineral sunscreen provides safe, non-irritating, UVA and UVB sun protection. Sunforgettable also has these benefits:

• Easy to apply and re-apply loose mineral formula
• 80 minute water-resistant
• Safe for all ages
• Does not rub off on clothing
• Odor free, clear on the skin
• Will not irritate the eyes when perspiring
• Refillable

(This brush is also small enough to carry in your purse and into the stadium!)

* Also worth mentioning: Colorescience is now running a Buy 3, Get 1 Free + Free Shipping offer on Sunforgettable on their website. Stock up for yourself or your family!

Special thanks to Colorescience for sponsoring today’s post and for helping me stay matte and shine-free on gameday!


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1 Comment

  • Reply Felice Killian

    Thank you! This is going to solve so many issues for me. It's been a pretty toasty summer this year in Charleston.

    August 23, 2014 at 3:00 pm
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