10 best holiday-friendly make-up

Can’t go anywhere without your make-up bag? Travel lighter and protect your skin from the sun with these products to enhance a summer glow

Holiday make-up can be tough. We all remember the Tango adverts from the nineties, acting as an everlasting warning of what we could look like with too much bronzer.

Fortunately, make up comes in many shades other than orange, so that perfect level of sun-kissed is within reach, without having to soak up the rays. From fake tan for the face, to foundation with a hidden handy SPF, we take you through the best holiday make up.

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Verdict

Benefit are fantastic for holiday make up. And fakeup is no exception. Looking bright eyed and bushy tailed (perhaps without the bushy tail) is the ideal summer look, and fakeup does a great job of a quick and light brightening effect under the eyes - plus, their make-up never feels heavy or over the top.

Buy now

1. Benefit fakeup, £18.50

2. Tarte Amazonian Clay Full Coverage Foundation, £32.50

3. By Terry Teint Terrybly Soleil SPF 15, £63.00

4. Fake Bake: The Face, £22.50

5. Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Original Ultra Moisturizing Lip Balm, £1.89

6. No.7 Instant Radiance Bronzing Highlighter, £9.95

7. New CID i-gel, £22.00

8. Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer, £34.00

9. Clarins Take Off Essentials, £35.50

10. Bare minerals 5-IN-1 BB Advanced Performance Cream Eyeshadow, £17.00

 

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