BY: Majesty's Pleasure
As summer comes to a close, there are several things that we have to say goodbye to: al fresco dinners, rooftop drinks, longer days, and even longer nights. Thankfully, you don’t have to worry about losing your sun-kissed skin because there are beauty products that can help you achieve just that. Below are seven skincare and makeup products, from a vitamin C face mask to a lightweight blush stick, that’ll keep that summer glow going year round.
This 30-minute face mask is formulated with a triple-blend of skincare powerhouses: vitamin C, niacinamide, and sea buckthorn fruit extract. Together, all three work to dissolve dead skin cells to help even out skin tone and fade dark spots, leaving behind a glowing complexion.
Not only are these drops incredibly easy to apply, but a little goes a long way (mix it together with your favorite moisturizer), but they’ll give you a streak-free, healthy-looking glow. The formula is also filled with peptides, to smooth out the look of fine lines and wrinkles, and blend of antioxidants to block out environmental aggressors.
COOLA Rosilliance SPF 30 BB+ Cream is a skin perfecting tinted moisturizer to help boost your naturally luminescent glow and support fresh, healthy-looking skin.
This isn’t your average moisturizer—its formula is topped off with active ingredients like hyaluronic acid and ceramides that give your skin a “plumping” effect. Plus, it’s filled with teeny-tiny highlighting pearls that instantly impart a lit-from-within radiance.
This hydrating, translucent balm leaves behind an even and radiant glow as you apply it to your skin, thanks to the specks of golden-light reflective minerals scattered throughout the formula.
This Essence Moonlighter Cushion is a compact, cushioned highlighter made with pearl powder and moisturizing essence to give a subtle yet luminous sheen across elevated and angular points of the face.
Infused with vitamin C and hyaluronic, this cult-favorite mask drenches your lips with hydration, leaving it looking dewier, smoother, and fuller.