June 29, 2011
While there's little doubt that many ladies have been advised to stay out of the sun altogether if they're prone to uneven skin tone, we digress. The use of high-quality beauty products is more than enough to get your skin looking fair and lovely again without killing your good time outdoors.
"Don't sunbathe," Elle.com suggests to women with uneven pigmentation. "Even a slight tan represents injury to your dermis, so keeping up with your sunscreen-slathering duties is a must."
The news source suggests reapplying a sunscreen with an SPF factor of 30 or higher every two hours or so. This is practically irrefutable advice that every person - male, female, young or old - should always follow when spending time outdoors. But even if you wind up with a few blotches after taking care of yourself, you can reach for a makeup product before turning to alpha-hydroxy peels, as Elle suggests.
If you're prone to uneven skin tone, use a high-quality primer to smooth out your skin's tone and texture. Paired with a tinted moisturizer and translucent powder, a primer is a top solution for the summer, as it stays on the skin longer than most leading foundations.