Nivea Visage – Tinted Moisturising Creme Natural
This is a great, inexpensive product. It apparently adjusts to your skin tone, which was true as long as you blend the colour in well. The moisturising agent wasn?t as effective as other products, so it?s perfect for oilier skin. The matt finish is great, however with only an SPF of 4, you might need another form of sun protection in the hotter months.
$9.30 for 50ml
Estee Lauder – DayWear Plus SPF15
This product is great if you don?t want to wear a heavy foundation and your skin tends to be a little dry. Not great if you already have oily skin as may leave you feeling a little greasy. Perfect for outdoorsy chicks that just need a hint of colour with a sheer sheen that gives them a healthy glow!
$75 for 50ml
Dermalogica – Sheer Tint Moisture ? SPF15
This tint is really, really light in texture and yet gives you that sheer tint that leaves you looking like you have just had a nice dose of the sun, but not in a fake tan kinda way. The SPF15 makes this the perfect product for sport or for weekends when you are going to be enjoying the great outdoors. Even though it feels light it does still give a good coverage and smells yummy too!
$68 for 44ml
Clarins – Colour Tint ? Oil Free
This product feels more like a really light foundation than a tinted moisturizer. It leaves your skin feeling like you have no makeup on but with a gorgeous hint of colour for those days when you just want a light cover rather than the all over cover up of a foundation. The scent is heavenly as is the texture of this colour tint. Highly recommend.
$57 for 30ml
Bloom – Make-up Base
Although not technically a tinted moisturiser, this product is a great morning moisturiser. The premise is that you need to ?prime? the skin before applying foundation or powder. The best thing about this cream is that it?s so fresh and lightweight so your pores won?t feel clogged up when you apply foundation or powder. It also has an inbuilt SPF 12 so you don?t need to worry if your foundation has sun protection.