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Share Your 4th of July Beauty Tips - Cool, Comfortable
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
Too much heat and too much sun can ruin your 4th of July and your skin.

Beware of unexpected tan lines, trade in darker hues for fruit colored glosses and shadows, protect your hair from sun, salt and chlorine.

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Which tip will become part of your summer routine?

Elizabeth
- Elizabeth
~Love of beauty is taste. Creation of beauty is art.~
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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NaturallyZiba responded:
I like to use a milk mask to cool off during the summer.
It's very simple and refreshing! You just need two things: milk and some cotton pads.

To learn how to use a milk mask, you can read about it on my wordpress site: Ziba By Nature .


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