Double Sunscreen Hack
Just because the air is chillier and the days are shorter doesn't mean the sun's rays are less damaging for your skin. But sunscreens can come with a few drawbacks—namely, the dreaded white cast from mineral formulas. And because nobody wants a ghostly, dull complexion, we're here to share a helpful hack called the double sunscreen method with you. As the name suggests, you need to apply double the sunscreen using a tinted and non-tinted formula. Here's how to do it. (1) Start by applying your non-tinted sunscreen on your face, neck, ears, and hands. (2) Next, follow up with a second layer of tinted sunscreen to cancel out pale-ness and add a healthy glow to your skin.