15 Minutes and You’re Done: Beauty Tips
Who needs hours to get beautified? These quick hair and makeup tricks take just 15 minutes or less.
Quick pro makeup tricks involve little effort but pay off in big “wow!” results.
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Get a radiant complexion, shiny hair, and a brighter smile―without leaving home.
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How to look cool and pretty when the sun sizzles? Use these expert makeup tricks.
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Four women brighten their entire look by playing up one key feature (see it and believe it).
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Like air and water, some beauty products are absolute musts—whatever your skin type—say dermatologists.
- Gentle cleanser No matter if it's a bar, a liquid, or a gel, a cleanser should suit your skin type and be mild enough to use two times a day.
- Daily facial moisturizer with SPF 30 A high SPF ensures that skin is protected every day of the year. "Ones with antioxidants, like green tea, are terrific because they offer a second line of defense against UV damage," says David E. Bank, M.D., director of the Center for Dermatology, Cosmetic and Laser Surgery, in Mount Kisco, New York.
- Broad-spectrum sunscreen Pick up another sunscreen to use in place of your daily one on days when you're outside for an extended time, like on vacation or in the summer. "It's the single best anti-aging product on the planet," says Ranella Hirsch, M.D., vice president of the American Society of Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetic Surgery. Look for one with stable UVA shields, like Mexoryl and Helioplex, which can be used on the body, too.
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