5 Beauty Products to Promote Your Natural Allure

By  June 03, 2014

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Rather than mask your natural beauty with products and procedures, let summer be a time to let your fresh face shine. Our makeup bag is chock-full of seasonal must-haves that work with what we got—letting our innate allure take the wheel.

Eyelash curler
Consider this often overlooked tool a secret weapon for enhancing your already lovely lashes. Meant to extend, curl, and define your eyelashes, it’s sure to give the illusion of bigger, brighter peepers, without your having to reach for the mascara.

Lip balm
Moisturized lips, as a rule, give you a healthier, more beautiful appearance. Use a balm with sunscreen to protect lips from sun damage and hydrating qualities to keep your pout looking plump and pretty.

Serum
The right face serum will take your skin to a state in which you’ll feel confident going fresh-faced. Clarins Double Serum, in particular, is a complete age-control concentrate focused on reactivating skin’s vital functions, visibly firming your face, evening skin tone, decreasing pore size, reducing wrinkles, and, most important, letting a woman’s natural beauty shine through.

Exfoliator
For glowing skin, pick up a good exfoliator this season. With abrasive qualities that buff and polish your face, exfoliators remove dead, flaky skin so the fresher, deeper layer of the epidermis can shine through. As a result, skin will appear brighter, pores smaller, and fine lines lighter.

Hair gloss
Hair gloss infuses a natural, translucent color into your strands, which makes for increased light reflection, softer texture, and deep conditioning. It is not like dyeing your hair, as you can keep your natural color, just with enhanced qualities.

“Clarins combines two age-defying formulas into one ground-breaking serum that firms skin, reduces wrinkles, evens skin tone, and minimizes pores. Ninety percent of women find it more effective than their current serum and it’s proven for all skin types, ages, and ethnicities.”