"While mild redness and tenderness/soreness may be the initial common signs of sunburn, it is the result of acute damage to the skin."
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To start, celebrity makeup artist Carmindy Bowyer (you probably know her best for her role on TLC’s What Not to Wear) says to look for a color that is one to two shades darker than your natural skin tone – if you go any deeper you run the risk of looking dirty.
It’s not that surprising of an idea to grow your beard in the winter, since facial hair does help keep your face warmer, but it turns out, there is nothing wrong with a beard in the summer. “The myth of a beard making you sweat more is false,” says celebrity men’s groomer Diana Schmidtke. Now that you don’t have to worry about shaving your beard off before the temps hit 90 degrees, I asked Schmidtke to share some more of her summer grooming tips. Protect “What’s great about beards is that they help protect against the harsh sun,” says Schmidtke. Wash “The chlorine and salt water that stays in your hair can be very damaging with the sun,” says Schmidtke.
As a kid, I’d put up a fight and eventually cry when my mom tried to brush through the massive knots that formed in my hair. I may have toughened up over the years, but my tendency for tangles never went away — especially after long days in the sand and surf. Whether you’re swimming, surfing, sweating, or just sitting, sometimes knots feel unavoidable. Thankfully, I’m now equipped with an arsenal of smoothing, detangling products and the knowledge of how to combat knots with less tugging and damage. Here’s how to maintain silky strands no matter what Mother Nature throws your way.Related:Are Beachy Waves Wrecking Your Hair?The Foolproof Way to Get Beach Waves with Salt SpraysLook Chic in the Heat
If there is one easy way to channel summer, it’s with a bright manicure. These vibrant shades will make that summer tan stand out a little bit more. “Bright, vibrant colors and those with white undertones tend to universally pop against the skin and make it appear darker by comparison,” says manicurist (and founder of her own line) Deborah Lippmann. Click through to see some of our favorite neon brights!Related:Madeline Poole’s Simple Studded ManicureThe Nail Polish Shades That Make Hands Look YoungerHelp! My Nails Are Damaged
We spoke with makeup artist Nina Park, who regularly does smokey eye looks for music festival-frequenting stars like Banks, Bella Thorne, Natasha Lyonne, and Ashley Tisdale, on how to get the cool look without melting.
Nothing says summer like sun-kissed skin and a bright coral lip. With the last few weeks of summer ahead of us, we can’t think of a better way to make it count than with this seasonally appropriate shade. When it comes to pulling it off, celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose says to look for a shade that is bright without being too neon or too light (by the way, his favorite coral shade is Chanel Rouge Coco in Arthur). Click through to see our favorites — they’ll make summer last a little bit longer.Related:The Only 6 Lipsticks You’ll Ever NeedIt All Started With a LipstickThe Best Drugstore Lipsticks
Who can forget Cameron Diaz’s older sun worshipping roommate, played by actress Lin Shaye in the 1998 Farrelly brothers comedy? Her topless scene serves as a reminder of why to use sunscreen on your décolletage. Source: Yahoo Magazines PYC