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Super Sexy on the Beach: Last Minute Prep Plan for Body & Hair

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If you left the preparation of your holiday luggage for the last minute, there’s no problem! 

It might be challenging to make a fast plan shortly before you go on holiday, but you will be amazed at how quickly you can prepare yourself with the right guidance and products.

Beauty Tips: How to Get Ready for Beach

We’ll give you some pieces of advice on how to be the most beautiful on the beach as fast as possible, yet to keep your skin and hair safe.


beach body tips

Super body in a sec

Melt the extra pounds. We don’t suggest you eat just cucumbers all summer. The truth is that if you eat very strictly, you may not feel great. Any healthy diet must be balanced, but sports are also massively important. 

And if you have the ambition to combine exercise with a diet rich in seasonal fruits, vegetables, and fish, it’s impossible not to lose weight.


nails tips for beach

Color your nails

Our summer philosophy: sun calls for color!

Choose vivid colors for your manicure and pedicure if you want to get all the attention. 

We like these exciting shades by O·P·I a lot.


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Prep your skin for the beach

You already know the how to: exfoliate, and in the end, moisturize intensively. 

If you are looking for a velvety and radiant skin, in the sunlight, and not only, you’ll love Collistar’s firming scrub — we promise.

It’s super important to have your skin exfoliated and hydrated before going on the beach. 

If you want an even tan that will resist as long as possible, exfoliate your body twice a week, and moisturize it well every time after shower. This way, you slough off dead skin cells, which helps unclog the pores and make your skin flawless and radiant!


diy tips for beach

D.I.Y.

Didn’t you have time to go waxing? Please, you just don’t ruin your vacation for so little that you can do by yourself. 

Pick the fast way and use these razor blades, specially made for women’s body.


beach tips

Hydrate

To avoid dehydration of the skin generated by the hot season, ensure a consistent supply of cream and use it generously, both before and after the holiday. 

Keep in mind that the body butter is especially indicated when returning home after the sun has tanned your skin, and it needs deeper hydration.


perfect body for beach

The anticellulitic attack

It isn’t easy to get rid of orange peel’s appearance, but we recommend two amazing products that will help improve your skin tone.

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But before that, ensure you master the anticellulite self-massage technique.

Because it’s a non-invasive procedure, it is safe, and you can quickly learn to do it at home. Furthermore, the anticellulite massage also reduces puffiness and helps improve the overall texture and contours the skin.

If you want your massage to give proper results, try using M3 natural cellulite body oil.

Another product we’re in love with is this Cellulite Massager Tool, which goes just perfect with the oil, yet bear in mind that such a plan works best in conjunction with a healthy diet and plenty of exercises.

What to Apply on the Beach

You can forget anything at home, but not your protective products! With so many options available, it’s impossible not to find something to your liking. 

Indeed, not all products that are advertised to protect against sunbeams really do it. Have a peep here, to learn everything about sun creams, SPF protection, its effectiveness, and risks.

Here’s what we chose to wear this summer: La Roche-Posay Anthelios Mineral with SPF 50, Zinc Oxide, and Titanium Dioxide.  

No matter how badly you want to have your skin tanned, keep it protected, and avoid staying on the beach between 12 PM – 4 PM. 

We know you don’t want a sunburn, who does like that? Not only that doesn’t look sexy, but it hurts like hell!

Another trick for not burning your skin at the beach is to expose it to the sun gradually.

To tan your skin precisely as you want, no matter if your skin is fair or dark, remember these tanning rules recommended by our team.

Briefly, anyone can get burned, and even without a burn, sun exposure raises skin cancer risk. If you are already tan or your skin type is dark, without reddening, the sun can still cause cellular damage that can lead to severe issues.

Also, remember that you need sun protection on an overcast day too. Even when the sun isn’t shining, up to 80% of UV rays can penetrate clouds.

Don’t neglect your hair

Your hair requires special attention when exposed to the sun, after as well.

If the hair isn’t protected, the sun has enough power to shift the hair color and change its texture, by drying it out.

“On brunettes, the sun can bring unwanted warmth to the hair. On blondes, the sun can make the color fade faster and create serious dryness,” explains Frédéric Fekkai, French celebrity hairstylist, for Elle.

So buy yourself a wide-brimmed hat which not only that will protect your hair and face against the sun, but it looks damn-sexy!

Besides this, always apply protectant spray on your hair when you go out in the sun.

In the end

You don’t need a lot of preparation to be the sexiest on the beach.

As long as you focus on these eight essential steps and stick to high sun protection, nothing can ruin your holiday.

However, remember that it’s more important to stay safe than speed up such things as tanning your body. Enjoy the sun safely!


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Amanda Blake
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Amanda Blake is a passionate woman sharing experience as a beauty advisor and content writer for over 5 years. Merging all the passion with much work, she established Women's Concept community, a place where women can seek and share everything about beauty and personal care.
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