6 Products to Help You Master Every Beauty Look this Summer

By Christene Carr

It’s always exciting when summer rolls around. But if you were stuck in frigid temperatures for what felt like the longest winter ever, and you finally ditched tights, boots and heavy coats for flirty dresses and open-toed shoes, you just might show a bit more exuberance than usual. But why stop there...why not switch things up for face, eyes, lips and nails? These six products will help you master every beauty look that is oh so hot this season.

Colorful Cat Eye

The cat eye trend is nothing new but now a colorful cat eye is all the rage. Achieve this look with Lancôme 24 Hr Artliners. The liners give precision lining that can last up to 24hrs.


Fresh Face

Say bye-bye to heavy foundations and opt instead for products that can give you a fresh, natural look. Try a custom blend foundation from Prescriptives, where you can create your own foundation and add ingredients to brighten, even and clarify skin.


Flushed Cheeks

Nothing highlights summer joy like a fresh face with brightly flushed cheeks. Use FLOWER Kiss Me Twice Lip and Cheek Chubby to add a hint of happiness to your cheeks. The dual-purpose product comes in 5 great shades and is available here.


Black & White Manicure

After the berries and emerald toned nails of winter, switch things up with black and white nails. Pre-made nail strips like Love Letter from Sally Hansen make it quick and easy to get on trend. When properly applied these nail strips can last up to 10 days.


Bright Lips

We have nothing against a dark vampy lip but we urge you to brighten up your face with a bold lip color. Milani Cosmetics Lip Intense Liquid Colors are highly pigmented and deliver a vibrant, glossy, full color payoff.


Full Brows

In addition to framing the face, full, well-groomed brows can shave years off your face. No matter the state of your brows, Make Up For Ever Aqua Brow Gel can help you achieve full, natural looking brows in minutes.


What’s your favorite beauty look for summer, and what products do you use to achieve it?