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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!

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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!

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Anti-Aging Tips for Summer

Anti-aging gets even tougher when summer months hit and the sun┬┐s rays take a toll on your skin. We show you anti-aging tips designed for warmer weather so your skin stays smooth, soft, and youthful all season long.

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New Beauty Ingredients and Trends, Explained

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.

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Goof-Proof Self-Tanners

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.

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How to Get Shine-Free Skin

Oily skin can ruin your look, especially in the summer months. Learn the right types of makeup for oily skin, and how to apply makeup for a shine-free, matte face.

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12 Beach Bag Must-Haves

Summer days are meant to be carefree, but that doesn't mean you can drop the, um, beach ball with your beauty routine. Here are our favorite warm-weather essentials to keep you feeling and looking cool, chic, and well protected.

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5 Foods for a Flawless Complexion

You are what you eat -- especially when it comes to the health of your skin. Here are five surprising foods that Kim Snyder, author of Beauty Detox Foods, says noshing on may lead to a smoother, brighter complexion.

Get Glowing with Figs

The tiny seeds of figs are packed with nutrients that help cleanse the digestive tract of toxins and mucus, Snyder says. Figs are a natural laxative and a mucus-dissolving food. "Dissolving mucus, toxins, and waste from the body and blood are vital to enhancing the inner glow that shows up in your face," Snyder says. "Excess mucus in the digestive tract may also prevent vital nutrients from reaching the skin."

Clear Your Complexion with Yellow Onions

Onions aren't just a great topping for turkey burgers. They contain a compound that regenerates vitamin E and strengthens capillaries, Snyder says. How it works? Onions are Mother Nature's blood cleanser; they thin the blood by eliminating clumps formed by fat, protein, and sticky red blood cells. "This allows more oxygen to flow efficiently in the bloodstream, which will help create a glowing, clear complexion," Snyder says. 

Boost Radiance with Cabbage

Cabbage is a perfect example that beauty foods don't always have to be exotic, rare, or even particularly beautiful themselves. "It is not commonly known that cabbages actually contain about 11 percent more vitamin C than oranges by weight, and vitamin C is the super anti-aging nutrient that helps heal damaged tissues and minimize deep lines," Snyder says. Bonus: The leafy green is also packed with skin smoothing vitamins A and E.

Smooth Out Lines with Quinoa

Quinoa is often referred to as a super food because it contains high amounts of minerals and antioxidants, including calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc, copper, and manganese. What this means for you? The magnesium, in particular, helps relax blood vessels and muscles in the face, resulting in fewer deep wrinkles.

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Prevent Breakouts with Turmeric

Turmeric is a popular Indian spice that works by keeping red blood cells from clumping and increasing circulation to speed up skin healing. "Because it helps increase circulation via better blood flow, turmeric helps make the skin more glowing, supple, and healthy looking," Snyder says. "Clean, detoxed blood may also help prevent adult acne."

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