Sunscreen is going through a major glow-up. From sunscreen-serum hybrids to SPF that doubles as makeup, these new formulas actually make you *want* to reapply. In Bustle’s Suncare Week, we’re doing a deep dive on the latest innovations in sun-care, from textures to technology.

You know that wearing SPF is one of the most important things you can do for your skin. Putting it on is easy. But you also know that sunscreen needs to be reapplied roughly every two hours, which begs the question: How do you reapply sunscreen over makeup throughout the day without messing up your look?

To go over some basics, the typical sunscreen will be in a cream or lotion formula — even when you use a tinted or serum-based SPF. But Dr. Nava Greenfield, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist at Schweiger Dermatology Group and Coppertone dermatologist partner, says you can also effectively get your SPF in powder, stick, and spray formulas (though with different tradeoffs). And this is great news because these formats are more convenient for discretely applying (and reapplying) over your makeup.