This Sunscreen Is Hailey Bieber’s Secret to Her Summer Glow
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Since Hailey Bieber gave us the recipe for ‘glazed donut’ skincare via her brand, Rhode Beauty, we’re been lapping up any info on her beauty routine we can get. And, fortunately for us, she’s been delivering, often sharing details on TikTok and Reels.
@nikkimakeup_ Glazed donut everything for @Hailey Bieber #haileybieber #glazeddonut #glowyskingoals #glow #nikki_makeup ♬ Juicy Fruit – Mtume
On June 6, the model posted an Instagram video using an unreleased Hydrating Essence from Rhode Skin and paired it with a very familiar bottle of thin cream. So, of course, we ran to the comments to confirm our hunch and saw a comment from co-founder of beauty brand, Summer Fridays, Lauren Ireland.
It read, “Glowing!!! Perfect pair with @summerfridays spf!!”
The bottle in question is Summer Fridays’ Shade Drops SPF30 Mineral Milk ($36 USD). This cult-loved sunscreen has over 944 reviews on Sephora USA and is approved by beauty influencers, editors and skincare lovers globally.
It’s a lightweight, mineral formula that goes on like serum but keeps you protected from the sun. And from Hailey Bieber’s video, we can see that she puts a generous amount on her face for that dewy summer glow, without looking oily.
Because the Mineral Milk is so thin, it’s the ideal base layer for a full face of makeup. Unfortunately, it isn’t waterproof so we suggest reapplying every two hours or right after a dip in the pool.
You can shop the sunscreen locally from MECCA for $58 (AUD). Though, ahead, we’ve also found some budget-friendly Mineral Milk dupes.
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