How to Hide a Red Face From Sunburn

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The sun can be merciless for any beauty.

No one intentionally plans to get sunburn that results in a red face, but it happens. Here is what you need to know to hide red skin. Perhaps, you fell asleep lounging outside while the sun was going strong. Then again, maybe you were having so much fun playing outdoors that you forgot to keep up with your sunscreen applications. I could go on, but the damage is done. Yet, you still need to go to work, only how you wonder with so much red color in your face?

Regardless of your skin tone, the best way to solve this excessive redness from sunburn on the face  is turning to a warm-toned foundation.  A color with some gold will help subdue the red and balance that baked color of your face. Steer away from shades lighter than your current coloring or you will look strange and pale instead of evening that redness out.

If you are normally cool-toned, I suggest stopping by the drug store for less expensive golden foundation as a temporary fix until your complexion lightens up.

Hopefully, you won’t suffer this summer fate.  Still, if it happens, then at least you’ll know how to compensate through makeup to deal with a red face from sunburn.

In the meantime, you also might want to try my DIY Strawberry Sunburn Relief or  my other DIY sunburn remedies to shorten the length of your redness and suffering.


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