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Sun Bum Sunscreen Spray Good Stuff!!!

In the hot Florida sunshine we need proper sunscreen. Especially when I am out and about doing hair and makeup photo-shoots. I have warm skin tones and when I get into the sun I turn a golden color. If I do not have proper sunscreen I will turn beet red. That is why I am recommending Sun Bum Sun screen.

I ask my clients who are having swimwear photo-shoots to apply a little of the spray all over and work it into the skin. If you have makeup on do not do this. Makeup lines now have a lot of SPF in them so burning the skin on the face will not be a factor. This easy to use, ultra sheer/dry touch continuous spray formula will protect your skin from harmful UVA/UVB rays while enriching your skin with Vitamin E, an antioxidant that helps to neutralize free radicals, which are the main cause of premature skin aging. Since I use a spray doing my photo-shoots I will go through a lot so keep a few cans in your travel kit. The product is not expensive and a bottle will last me about 3-4 photo-shoots at the beach.

A lot of my model like to use the product since they have a lot of tattoo’s, and will protect them. This sunscreen sprays on light but gives great protection. And does not feel greasy and dry’s quickly. And the smell is tremendous. I find all of my Sun Bum Products at Target or online.

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Stay-Matte Oil-Free Makeup Foundation By Clinique

Not a bad product to use for editorial photography. The product was very translucent and it gave me the ability to reapply for more coverage. So if you are using this product for home use you will like it very much. And it will give you the options on how much coverage you want. Fun to play with.

Lightweight, long-wearing foundation controls oil, leaves a matte finish. The product lasted a whole 3 hours in the early morning sunlight. I had to touch ups to do. Start in center of face and blend outward with Foundation Brush or if you are at home you can use a pad or fingertips. Be careful when using pads they will really soak up your foundation. Blend evenly for smooth, natural-looking coverage. For a seamless look, dampen your brush and blend edges, especially along jawline. And there you go. Follow up with cheek and contour powders and a spray lock so the makeup will not move.