Everyone wants to start off the new year afresh, whether it means amping up your workout routine, vowing to cut down on your chocolate intake or even to take a few more risks in life.
Let’s face it – bug bites, razor burn and other imperfections may have you feeling self-conscious.
Unless you’re lucky enough to be spending all day lounging beach or poolside, chances are you may run across the small (yet circumstantial) dilemma of when to apply sunscreen to your face.
When you were a little kid, before you could go frolic in the waves or in the park, your mother probably held you down while slathering you in sunscreen.
On screen, Evan Rachel Wood rarely keeps the same look – she has played everything from a natural, fresh-faced hippie in Across the Universe to a sultry vampire on HBO’s True Blood, who wears deep red lipstick and never has a hair out of place.
Upon returning from a sunny getaway, many people revel in their post-vacation tans. However, some travelers desire a golden glow before they set foot on the sand.
As July winds down, many people may flock to the shores to capture the last month of guaranteed beach weather. But a romp in the sand and waves can leave you with messy hair and a face full of melted makeup.
Though some of us may be in the dark as to how to keep our skin looking great, experts recently shared a few tips with Allure magazine that will have you ready to step into the summertime sunlight.
Many women fret over what makeup is most appropriate for the summer months. Some feel uncomfortable wearing less than foundation, lipstick and mascara, while others are good to go after a swipe of tinted lip balm and a dusting of loose powder.
The environment can be rough on the skin—especially in the summer. During the heated summer months the sun can dehydrate the skin, especially on the face. It’s vital to take special care of your delicate skin and to retain its moisture.
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