Six products for the skin to get you through summer
Wednesday 21 July 2010
Beauty retailer Sephora has shared its list of must-have products that will make your skin look great during summer.
Protect yourself before you wreck yourself: Sephora's Sun Safety Kit ($25) features a selection of sun-protection gear, including a UV bracelet that tells you when to reapply your SPF. All proceeds from this offer will go to the Skin Cancer Foundation.
Treat yourself to a trick: Peter Thomas Roth's Bronze Instant Mineral SPF 30 ($35) mixes SPF 30 protection mineral powder with SPF 30 bronzer to make your skin look radiantly summery.
Your skin in the spotlight: the Harmony Trio Bronzer by Sephora Collection ($16) highlights your shoulders and décolletage with the help of the three-color shimmer palette.
Sculpt your face: Hourglass's Illume Crème-to-Powder Bronzer Duo in Sunset ($40) flatters all skin types with a natural golden tint, subtly defining and contouring the face.
Brighten up: Sephora Collection's Lush Flush in Rose 03 ($12) will make your cheekbones pop. "Apply over tinted moisturizer for a dewy summer complexion or on clean skin for just a hint of tint," the retailer recommends.
Tan in a can: St. Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse ($30) gives you a head-to-toe rich bronze color in 60 seconds.
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