Tinted moisturisers—they give you ample hydration with a wee bit of coverage. But if you don’t have a tinted moisturiser in your vanity yet, you can easily make it yourself. Scroll down to know how it’s done and why it’s the perfect fit for your summer skin care routine.
Choose your moisturiser
 

Choose your moisturiser

Pick a moisturiser that works for your skin type—the one you might be leaning on, on most days. This will ensure that the tinted moisturiser suits your skin perfectly. One such moisturiser is the Lakmé Absolute Argan Oil Radiance Oil-in-Crème. Enriched with the goodness of argan oil, this product has a non-greasy formula that feels absolutely light on the skin—just perfect for the summers.

Choose your foundation
 

Choose your foundation

Make sure you pick a liquid foundation for this purpose as that will blend beautifully with your cream. Choose one that’s not too matte and instead, use a foundation with a dewy finish that will lend your skin that subtle glow when you turn it into a tinted moisturiser. We suggest going with the Lakmé Absolute Natural Mousse—Hydrating. This one’s the perfect mousse foundation that hydrates your skin (thanks to its 34% water content) while giving you an even toned finish.

How to make a tinted moisturiser?
 

How to make a tinted moisturiser?

To start, add equal bits (1 drop each) of the moisturiser and foundation and mix it on your palm. You can always add more eventually for the desired coverage. Next, blend these two with your fingers and apply the product with a blending brush.

Why it’s perfect for the summers

If you’re the kind who likes to keep it light yet needs some coverage in the summers, a tinted moisturiser is just what you want for your skin. Along with lending your skin that dewy finish, a tinted moisturiser is also the perfect way to give your skin a wee bit of coverage. Remember that with a tinted moisturiser, you get the hydration of a cream and the coverage of a foundation!