1. DO wear sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun and keep your skin hydrated. Its a secret to a great summer glow!
It helps to prevent facial brown spots and skin discolorations.
It also helps to reduce the appearance of facial red veins and blotchiness.
2. DON’T wear flip-flops (all the time)
You wouldn’t do your workout in flip-flops, right? Then don’t walk long distances in them. The angle of your foot hitting the ground changes compared to when you wear regular shoes, and an abnormal gait pattern can lead to leg pain.
3. DO try a vibrant color lipgloss (preferably) or lipstick to brighten up your face and make the perfect summer statement.
Lipsticks that are dark and opaque can look too severe in bright sunlight, while glosses can be tough to wear because the heat can make them feel gooey and sticky.
4. DON’T wear heavy eye liner or mascara — unless it’s waterproof. You don’t want to leave the beach or pool with the raccoon look.
No need for layers of shadow. Instead, dust your lids with bronzer and line the top of your eyes with a neutral color that contains a hint of sparkle. Go for a natural eye “look”
5. DO wear bronzer (correctly)
Bronzer is the secret weapon to faking that sun-kissed look. Apply it to the apples of your cheeks, nose, and forehead with a wide brush made with natural fibers.Choose a liquid bronzer that is shear or a powdered mineral bronzer. Use a bronzer, instead of foundation, that compliments your skin tone instead to create an amazing sun kissed look.
6.DON’T wear a thick cream-based foundation under the summer rays
Try to prevent melting makeup by skipping liquid or cream foundation and use mineral powder instead. The less foundation and fewer products you use, the more likely it is that your makeup will stay in place.
7.DO Try a Hair Primer
Hair primer? Weird right. Your hair can’t get sunburned, but the sun can still damage your color and dry out your strands.
8.DON’T wear short shorts!
I know it’s hot out, but there’s a fine line between underwear and shorts — and that line is the bottom crease of your tush. Ladies: Please take a look at your behind before leaving the house.
9.DO embrace the peplum.
If you’re straight it adds a curve. If you have a little something extra in your stomach or your tush that extra flounce covers it.
10.DON’T match too much.
Don’t wear matching jewelry. Or match shoes and belts and trims. Keep it simple. Don’t over accessorize.