A: According to Harpers Bazaar, this season’s on-trend shades of summer polish are warm-weather inspired: sangria red, cotton candy pink, ocean blue and shimmery sand. Try out a few of these stylish hues with the SpaRitual Mini Lacquer Kit, which includes creamy green, turquoise shimmer and golden sparkle.
A: Warm weather can stimulate your scalp to produce excess sweat and oil – resulting in greasy, lifeless locks. To reduce shine and refresh your hair, keep a dry shampoo on hand. A top pick by Glamour and Allure, Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk instantly absorbs oil and softens hair for a freshly washed look – no water required.
A: Swap your soap with a facial cleanser like ?Obagi CLENZIderm M.D. Daily Care Foaming Cleanser that contains 2% salicylic acid. Even though this ingredient is most often associated with fighting acne, it also helps reduce the production of oil in the skin to create a healthier, more matte complexion.
A: Consider using a topical spray that’s specially formulated and designed to reach and treat the toughest back blemishes. Glytone Back Acne Spray features 2% salicylic acid to fight acne and restore healthy, balanced skin.
A: Creamy, natural looking bronzers can be tricky to find. It’s particularly important to select one that won’t have a drying effect on already parched skin. Vincent Longo Hydro Stick in Gold Solare is a refreshing, water-based formula that’s highly pigmented for a long-lasting beach glow. Plus, this bronzing stick is a snap to use at home or on the go.
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