A Guide to Summer Beauty

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Summer heat brings with it a lot of fun: late nights, beach days, and lazy afternoons. However, the high temperatures and sun-kissed activities also bring their own share of beauty concerns. Here is a guide to beating some of the most common beauty concerns that spring up this season.

A woman at the beach

Pretty Protection

We all know how harmful UV rays can be, but too few of us actually commit to putting on sunscreen regularly. Streamline your makeup routine to include a little protection from the sun. Applying a tinted moisturizer with SPFย will hydrate your skin while giving you a bronzed look, and shielding you from the sun. Once you see the benefits of sun protection on your own face, you will not turn back.


Shave Smart

Shaving and waxing remove layers of dead skin which leaves fresh skin vulnerable to exposure in the sunlight and salt. Especially sensitive areas like the armpits and bikini line can easily become susceptible to ingrown hairs and unsightly bumps. Time your hair removal to make sure you are giving your skin enough time to recover before jumping in the water!


Fight Frizz

Although heat is usually pretty inescapable in the summer, frizz does not have to be. There are a lot of easy ways to avoid unwanted frizz. Try to refrain from using too much heat on your hair: the sunโ€™s warmth is enough on its own. Toss those hair dryers, straighteners, and curling irons into your bathroom drawer until the fall season. If you still cannot beat the heat, try carrying a small bottle of children’s detangler in your bag to tame flyaways. A few spritzes brushed through your hair should give it the moisture it needs and leave you good to go!


Feet with painted nails in the sandPerfect Your Polish

One of the toughest parts of a beauty routine to follow in the summer is keeping toe nail polish on. With all the flip-flops and sand, nail polish seems to come off almost immediately. Try adding a layer of distilled white vinegar as primer to your bare nails, then add the polish. This will not only help the nail polish go on smoother the first time, but also keep it on for longer.


Be Bold

Summer is for being adventurous in your life and your look. Buy that dress that you have been eyeing, test a different type of manicure, or try out a new personalized hair color. Test your limits with beauty this summer, and you might learn something new about your style and taste.

What beauty hacks work for you in the summer?

33 thoughts on “A Guide to Summer Beauty

    1. It can be hard breaking old habits of doing the same thing, but it’s great to try new things! I love wearing more colorful makeup in the summer & I’ve bought several rompers to vary up my look ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  1. Thanks for the tips, I didnโ€™t know that skin needed time after shaving! Do you have any tips for reducing frizz due to humidity? I canโ€™t find any products that work lol

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    1. You’re welcome! I would suggest using a shampoo & conditioner that are smoothing/moisturizing. There are also smoothing hair serums that you can use after showering, but I haven’t tried any so I can’t recommend a good one. I also read that instead of using a towel to dry your hair, use an t-shirt instead & it can help reduce frizz!

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  2. Great post! Oh my gosh, I rarely straighten my hair in the summer because of the humidity! Frizz Fright my friend!
    ๐Ÿ’œ thank you for sharing! Keep posting!โ€จI just did a beauty review on some American products today ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Thank you! I never straighten my hair since it is already pretty straight, but it’s good you avoid straightening your hair in the summer!
      I’ll check out your post ๐Ÿ˜Š


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