Guest Post | Beauty Tips For Summer Vacation


If your summer vacation is just around the corner, and you simply can’t wait to dip your feet into the sea (or a pool, why not?), welcome to the club! Summer is definitely one of the most loved seasons for a good reason – its amazing weather and limitless opportunities when it comes to fashion are everything, but what about your beauty routine? Stay with us and keep on reading if you want to learn about the ultimate beauty tips for your upcoming summer vacation!

Rely On Non-Comedogenic Beauty Products

We can’t emphasize enough the importance of non-comedogenic beauty products during summer, simply because they’re designed not to clog your pores and therefore don’t cause irritations and blemishes. Everyone knows that hot weather leads to excessive sweating, and all that sweat may take more time to completely evaporate off your skin. The combination of oily products and sweat can result in clogged pores and acne breakouts, which is exactly why you should turn to non-comedogenic beauty product that’ll keep pimples at bay.

Don’t Shave Right Before Going To The Beach

Shaving your legs, bikini line, and even armpits right before going to the beach is never a good idea, since the razor makes it more prone to irritation. The same goes for waxing. Apart from getting rid of unwanted hairs, both of them actually remove the top layer of dead skin cells, too, which makes your skin much more sensitive. Exposing it to salt, chlorine, and harsh sunlight is the last thing you should do, so make sure to remove those hideous hairs at least several hours before engaging in your favorite summer activities. And for next year, think ahead and go to laser hair removal treatments during winter. That way you’ll be ready all summer.

Don’t Forget A Good Insect Repellent

Apart from great weather and inspiring clothing combos, summer also brings not so amazing things – mosquitos and all kinds of different insect that are created to make our lives much worse. That’s exactly why you need to get a natural mosquito repellent right away. Just make sure that it contains some essential oils like eucalyptus, tea tree, lemongrass, and citronella – all of these act in a similar way to the chemical called DEET, which is designed to mask the smell of your body. Of course, natural repellents are free of such chemicals, which makes them some of the best picks out there!

Stay Moisturized No Matter What

Keeping your skin moisturized is an absolute must during summer, especially because too high temperatures can really dry it out and cause some potential problems. An established moisturizing routine will do wonders for your complexion, so be sure to slather on a nice body cream that’ll protect your skin from summertime drying agents such as salt, chlorine, and the sun’s rays. Remember that dry skin is prone to damage, so give your best to hydrate it to the max and it will be more than grateful!

Switch To Cream Eyeshadows

Ditch your powdery eye shadows and switch to cream ones as soon as possible, since they are usually much more long-lasting and water-resistant. The truth is that powdery shadows can easily run down your face thanks to sweating and excessive oil production, which is not the case with creamy ones. What’s even better about them is the fact that they can do a very decent job as highlighters and even blushes, depending on their shade. If you’re intrigued, make sure to give them a try this summer, and you certainly won’t regret it!

As you can see, there are so many ways to upgrade your beauty routines and keep your skin healthy and radiant this summer. All you have to do is to take extra care about the products you’re picking, because that’s the only way to do everything right and slay your routine for an upcoming season. Once that’s done, you can be sure that you’ll have a lot of fun at the beach!

 

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Mia Taylor is a fashion and beauty enthusiast from Sydney and writer for www.highstylife.com. She loves writing about her life experiences. Travelling and enjoying other cultures and their food with her husband is a big part of her life. She is always on a lookout for new trends in fashion and beauty, and considers herself an expert when it comes to lifestyle tips.
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  1. July 19, 2017 / 10:20 pm

    Lovely post…..a good insect repellent is a definite! In Mexico on my honeymoon we went on a fab tour of a Mayan Village and weren’t allowed to wear sun screen or mozi repellent until after we finished the tour due to going into some fresh water cave pools…..needless to say I was a bitten mess so yes! Repellent is a must!! xx

    • Samantha
      July 19, 2017 / 10:27 pm

      I agree! Your honey moon sounds fab! I don’t usually get bitten all that much, that said, Dan and I were in Venice and we slept with our window open. Morning came we had been bitten half to death. Dan had sixteen bites!! I had about 6. We bought one of those bite zappers, which dan finds amazing! He gets bitten all the time 😂xx
      Thanks for reading lovely!

      • July 19, 2017 / 11:25 pm

        Ouch! Hubby got me on video counting my bites! I had over 30!! Even thinking about it now makes me itch and that was 15 years ago! I reacted to some of them too making them worse!! I must have been really tasty!! 😂😂

        • Samantha
          July 21, 2017 / 12:07 pm

          They are just the worst aren’t they! So unsightly too and takes ages to go away. 😩😘

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