These 4 long-lasting foundations with SPF are perfect for a round of golf


Sticks and powder-based foundations are useful and convenient on the golf course.

While it’s nice to feel a little glam on the golf course, let’s be honest — sunscreen often takes priority over a full face of makeup. And even if you have a favorite liquid foundation that includes sunscreen, the SPF factor is often minimal, and the necessity to reapply between nines can be a drag.

One great solution that combines both sun protection and putting your best face forward is using a stick or powder-based foundation during a round. These non-liquid options are mess-free, fit easily in a golf bag and can be reapplied throughout the day with ease. Oh, and did we mention they also include SPF protection? Check out out four favorite options below, all of which are available for purchase at Sephora.

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bareMinerals Matte Loose Powder Mineral Foundation SPF 15

This clean, loose mineral foundation with SPF 15 delivers buildable sheer-to-full coverage with a matte finish while helping to control excess oil.

Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra Longwear Foundation Stick SPF 21

This 24-hour, lightweight, richly-pigmented concealer, foundation, and contour stick include SPF 21 and provides full-coverage makeup for a matte finish.

La Mer The Soft Moisture Powder Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 30

This buildable powder foundation has a soft, moisturizing texture for skin-enhancing coverage and includes SPF 30 protection..

bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Hydrating Foundation Stick with Mineral SPF 25

This clean, multitasking, water-based foundation stick combines hydrating skincare benefits with naturally radiant, medium coverage and SPF 25.
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Jessica Marksbury

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