A Simple Beach Beauty Look
If you follow me on Instagram stories, you know I love to share which skin care products I'm using, as well as easy beauty looks for every day. During the summer especially, it's so easy to get a glowing, on-the-go look with just a few essential items.
For this look, I washed my hair with Hairstory New Wash. I find the best way to use this shampoo is to apply it generously at the very beginning of your shower--and really scrub it in. Then I exfoliate, shave, wash my face, etc., and rinse my hair at the end of my shower.
After towel drying my hair, I spray a generous amount of Hairstory Undressed all over and then run my fingers from root to end to be sure it's distributed. And that's it. Since I've been spending a lot of time at the beach, weathering my hair in a big way, I like to let it air dry as much as possible to give it a break. Sometimes when it's wet, I pull it back into a loose chignon while I finish getting ready. Then I part it once some of the dampness has dried.
While I often use an exfoliating scrub or a glycolic acid peel before bed, this night I kept things simple. I cleansed with Glossier Milky Jelly Cleanser, refreshed with Herbivore Botanicals Rose Hibiscus Hydrating Face Mist, and applied Murad Essential-C Moisturizer with SPF 30. I always like to finish with an under eye cream, so I used Amore Pacific Future Response Dual Eye Cream with SPF 25.
At the beach, I like to wear as little makeup as possible. In a perfect world, I'll go weeks without putting on mascara or foundation. For this look, I applied Stila Perfecting Concealer just under my eyes, brushed Glossier Boy Brow throughout my brows for a fuller look, and dabbled RMS Lip2Cheek in Vogue Rose from the apples of my cheeks slightly upward along my cheekbones. I always curl my eye lashes, even when I don't wear mascara. Then I finished the look with NARS Schiap.
And the dress? An exciting find at Target from the Who What Wear Collection.
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