Nothing says summertime quite like freshly squeezed lemonade, ocean breezes, sun-kissed skin, and of course, any and everything nautical. Don't live by the coast? Not a problem. Beth Parker of s e e r s u c k e r + s a d d l e s shares these nautical inspired looks that are wearable even if you live inland!View Slideshow
We all know we're supposed to wear sunscreen, but sometimes its sticky, greasy residue makes hiding indoors almost seem worthwhile. Fear not: These smooth-sailing sunscreens are a breeze to apply, and their barely-there formulas won't turn your beach day into a major bummer. Find your perfect match here!View Slideshow
If you've ever left the beauty aisle scratching your head at some of the latest cosmetic catchphrases (growth factors!?! sleep masks!?!), this story is for you. Here, top beauty experts break down the latest buzzwords in skin care and makeup. Consider this handy guide to some of the coolest new products and trends.View Slideshow
If you like the look of a deep tan or even just a subtle, sun-kissed glow, sunless tanner is the only way to go (no skin-damaging UV rays!). But we all know application can be tricky. One false move and you can be left with an obvious streak that lasts for days. Fortunately, the latest crop of glow getters makes a faux tan faux pas free.View Slideshow
When packing a cosmetic bag for a getaway, it's survival of the smallest. There are only so many less-than-3.4-ounce beauty products you can cram into one quart-size bag (aka the TSA rule for liquids, creams, and lotions in your carry-on bag). To make the packing process a little easier, we rounded up the best miniaturized and multitasking makeup, skin, and hair products that sacrifice space but not quality.View Slideshow
Foundation can make your skin look fabulous -- or flawed. Check out our solutions to common makeup missteps.
Problem: You choose your foundation color by matching it to the skin on your arm and it doesn't seem to blend into your face.
Solution: The skin on the inner part of your arm hasn't had the sun exposure your face has, so the color is not the same. Ask if you can test it directly on your face.
Problem: You apply foundation all over.
Solution: Skip your eyelids and ears -- they don't need makeup.
Problem: Your makeup seeps into pores and lines.
Solution: Prep skin with a primer, which fills in all the nooks and gives makeup something to grip onto.
Problem: Your foundation is over a year old.
Solution: Pitch it. Oxidation causes the shade to darken and it may be harboring bacteria.
Problem: Your skin appears mask-like.
Solution: If your makeup looks too heavy, it's best to wash it off and start again.
Problem: Your makeup stops at the jawline.
Solution: Be sure to brush a little foundation on the neck area. You don't want your face to be one color and your neck another.
Problem: You use a darker foundation to look tanned.
Solution: Stick with your regular shade, and warm the tone with bronzer.
Problem: Halfway through the day, you notice streaks in your foundation.
Solution: Take the time to take a quick look in the mirror and rub out errant foundation streaks before you leave the house.
Problem: Your skin is dry and flaky.
Solution: Mix a drop of moisturizer into your foundation.
Problem: No matter how hard you try, you just can't seem to achieve a perfect application.
Solution: You may have forgotten the cardinal rule of foundation -- it should enhance skin, not conceal it.
Take the guesswork out of this hot makeup trend with these simple steps.