Four Products To Transition Your Routine to Spring
It’s that time again! Time to store your dark lipsticks, black nail polish, and full-coverage anything and stock up on spring essentials. Lightening up your routine is essential to making it through the warmer months looking fab (instead of like a sweaty mess). We’ve tested these products over the last few weeks and they’ll certainly be helping us toward a beautiful spring.
RMS The Un-Powder – Your favorite setting powder can quickly turn into a cakey mess in the heat. However, this ultra-fine powder is like nothing we’ve ever seen before–it’s our new go-to for spring and summer. The product goes on light and airy and leaves no white residue. We’ve even worn it during workouts and it stays completely invisible, even through a sweat session.
Burt’s Bees Lip Gloss in Summer Twilight – The last thing you want on your lips in the spring and summer is a thick, sticky gloss. That’s why we stock up on these stunners from Burt’s Bees. Each gloss has a gorgeous tint that isn’t too sheer, nor too intense. The best part, however, is that the non-sticky formula feels weightless on lips.
Revision Skincare Intellishade Broad Spectrum SPF 45 — By the time winter ends, we’re so pale we’re practically glowing and that usually means our foundation just looks a little off. Instead of struggling to mask slightly orange-tinted skin we’ve turned to this smart tinted moisturizer. It adjusts to our skintone whether we’re pale or lightly bronzed. Plus, it works as a moisturizer, SPF, anti-aging cream, and foundation in one!
SoCal Curls Tie – The worst thing in the hot months is taking a cool shower only to get out and sweat while you dry and curl your hair. Skip the curling step and try this genius head wrap from SoCal curls instead. Microwave the tie for 30 seconds then wrap dry or slightly damp hair around the it and secure it. Thirty minutes later you’ll have gorgeous beachy waves. We like to do our makeup while we let our hair set but you can wear it overnight, too. Here’s a tutorial to help you master the wrapping technique.