Just wondering from you banana boat guys, what does it do as far as looks, is it more glossy or matte?
Quote from: Lophura on April 18, 2009, 11:35:14 AMJust wondering from you banana boat guys, what does it do as far as looks, is it more glossy or matte?Unfortunately it does dull the shine, but it's totally non-greasy, it doesn't sting, and during the day the shine does come back for me because I have an oily tendency in my scalp. So I accept the dull or matte effect to get the sunscreen. I wash my head for the evening so it shines nicely if we go out.
A glazed donut that's interesting, and I believe your neighbor is right about the fish haha. What products are you using to get that shine? I have HeadLube glossy and HeadLube Matte, they work great, but my dome never comes out looking like that.
Another bananaboat guy here. I use driblok spf 30 in winter and 50 in summer. My dermatologist recommended it. Its great. Goes on non-greasy and almost instantly dries to the touch and it's supposed to be "very" water/sweat resistant. I'm actually allergic to the sun (makes me break out in tiny red itchy pimples). Just went to the beach and spent about 3 hours in direct sunlight with the 50 on and didn't break out got just a little color. It worked great. Oh and it has UVB and UVA protection.