Canada Day Beauty Tips

30 Jun

Here are a few beauty tips that you can follow while celebrating the birthday of our home and native land.

Prevent Hair Damage

From Halifax to Kamloops, Canadian beauties know that the sun is just as damaging to hair as it is to skin. To keep your hair in great shape, invest in one of the summer’s hottest hats like a classic straw fedora.

Or try Bamboo UV+ Color Protection Vibrant Color Conditioner from ALTERNA Haircare to protect your hair from sun damage and fading. The formula in this conditioner formula infuses hair with nourishing moisture and vital nutrients to keep it strong and healthy.

Protect Your Skin

If you plan on spending the holiday by one of Manitoba’s 100,000 lakes, get extra coverage by slathering on a high SPF moisturizer that doesn’t irritate your skin.

Neutrogena® Healthy Defense® Daily Moisturizer SPF 45 is a lightweight moisturizer that helps screen out UVB burning rays and UVA skin aging rays that cause premature lines and wrinkles. Recommended by dermatologists, this moisturizer contains helioplex, a patented sunscreen complex that provides anti-aging protection and moisturization.

Put Your Best Face Forward

When it comes to summer makeup, Canadian women know how to add the right shades to get a beachy touch.

The Sun, Sea & Splash collection from Stila can help you get there! It features bright shades in a water-based blush, a sun-kissed glow from a perfecting bronzer, and a cooling primer.

Pür Rocks

2 Responses to “Canada Day Beauty Tips”

  1. Las Vegas Botox 28/09/2009 at 10:36 pm #

    Can I apply this tips even if I’m not in Canada? I’ll try. 😉


    • blusher12 29/09/2009 at 6:52 pm #

      You can apply these tips on the Fourth of July in the U.S. and all year long in Las Vegas!


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