Labor Day weekend brings with it travel, parties, picnics, BBQs, and plenty of fun in the sun. What’s important is that every Blinging Beauty remember her SPF for head-to-toe sun protection.
1. SPF for Hair
Protecting hair from sun damage as equally as important as protecting it from heat damage. Treat your hair before and after a day in the sun with these products.
Before a day in the sun:
Try: Sun Bum Beach Formula Shine On $19.99
Smoothing, Restoring and UV Color Protecting formula. Lightweight pre-styling oil protects and prevents split ends and fly-aways.
After a day in the sun:
A treatment mask that helps to restore hair weakened by the sun.
2. SPF for Skin
Whether or not you wear makeup or moisturizer with SPF, it’s wise to slather on a layer of sunscreen if you plan on a day in the sun. Remember to reapply the longer you are in the sun, and after time in the water.
Try: Korres Suncare Yoghurt Nourishing Fluid Veil Face Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 30 $35
An ultra-sheer yet nourishing fluid that provides daily broad-spectrum UV coverage while wearing beautifully under makeup.
Try: Australian Gold SPF 50 Lotion $8.99
Very water resistant sunscreen with signature Australian Gold fragrance.
A botanical blend of oils that nourish the body and skin after sun exposure.
Clean natural makeup is the way to go for a day in the sun. Try a tinted moisturizer, cream blush, waterproof mascara and tinted lip balm.
A perfect blend of skincare and makeup that helps control oil-breakthrough and gives skin a sheer hint of color for a healthy, natural glow.
Add some cheek glow.
Instantly enhances the natural color of your cheeks and lips while combining UVA/UVB protection, brightening antioxidants, moisturizing and firming botanicals.
Provides 8 hour moisture + lip renewal.
Flirty lashes is your finishing touch.
A waterproof lengthening, curling, volumizing, and conditioning mascara.
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