How are you supposed to reapply sunscreen over makeup? If you frequently dab on setting powder throughout the day to absorb oil and touch up your makeup, you might as well swap it out for something with added SPF benefits for days spent in the sun. Be sure to apply the powder to the whole face (not just where you’re most oily), and reapply every two hours.
Can I put sunscreen on with a makeup brush? To apply, squeeze a dollop of sunscreen onto the tip of the brush and swipe onto the forehead, nose, cheeks, chin, and ears making sure the product is spread evenly across the skin. Continue the sweeping motion until the product has been absorbed into the skin.
How can I reapply sunscreen without washing my face? The best way to reapply sunscreen without ruining your makeup is to spray it on. Sunscreens do come in spray formats so that they are easy to apply and reapply even over makeup.
How do you apply sunscreen and moisturizer? As a rule of thumb, you should apply sunscreen as the final step in your skin care routine. Since products with SPF are specifically formulated with certain protective ingredients, layering one on after your moisturizer will help block out any harsh rays. So, in other words, SPF goes on after moisturizer.