TSPA Experience – Life as a Student Event

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Hairstyling, Esthetics or Nail Tech student? Are you wondering how to channel your creativity? Would you like to learn how to be successful in the beauty industry? Find answers to your questions at The Salon Professional Academy (TSPA) Winnipeg’s “TSPA Experience” event!

During this event you will get to:

  • See life through the eyes of a TSPA Student
  • Get hands-on experience in the classroom, meet the Educators, and experience a JUMP Celebration
  • Learn directly from your peers why they chose The Salon Professional Academy for their education
  • Enter your name in a drawing for a chance to win a TSPA gift basket!

Mark your calendar for September 3rd, 2019 from 1pm-4pm.

To RSVP – Fill out the “Tell Me More” form HERE and in the comment box write: TSPA EXPERIENCE.

Deadline to RSVP is August 30th.

Questions? Please give us a call at 204-772-8772!

We look forward to meeting you!!!

JOIN US AT TSPA Winnipeg FOR SUMMER IN THE BUFF!

Pick up some cool summer gear and support a great cause.  From June 1st to August 1st we will be selling a fun and versatile summer stretchy scarf or “buff” like the ones you’ve seen on the tv show Survivor.  They can be worn more than a dozen different ways and are the perfect summer accessory!  They only cost $5 and all of the proceeds from your purchase go toward support of Manitoba Mutts Dog Rescue.    Get them for you, a friend, and the kids and know that you are doing your part to support a great cause.

HAVE FUN IN THE BUFF AND MAYBE WIN A GREAT PRIZE TOO!

TSPA Winnipeg is running a fun contest that could make you “Insta-famous” and hook you up with a fabulous prize.   Simply follow the steps below for a chance to win the grand prize of an amazing BBQ combo, including: a BBQ Super Cooler, BBQ tools and a Meat Package!

The contest is simple:

  • Purchase a TSPA Buff at the school
  • Take a fun, creative selfie prominently featuring you wearing the buff. (keep the images appropriate please 😊 )
  • Post it to your Instagram account using these two hashtags: #tspainthebuff & #tspawinnipeg
  • Post your picture by August 1st
  • Check back with the school, our social media accounts, and/or website to see if you won and to claim your prize.

CONTEST DETAILS: Employees, currently enrolled students, and direct account contacts from vendors/companies affiliated with the school are ineligible to win the grand prize.  All posts need to be of an appropriate nature. Lewd, profane, discriminatory, or inappropriate posts will be disqualified.  Winner must claim prize by September 1st, 2019 or it will be awarded to the next selected post winner.  Contact this school with any additional questions you may have.  The use of the word “buff” is a play on words as well as the colloquial, generic term for a stretchy, tubular-sewn scarf and not meant to imply the product being sold for charity is the trademark brand BUFF®. 

Top Hair Trends For Spring/Summer 2019

 

TSPA National Student Competition Winners Attend REDKEN Symposium

Every year there is a national student competition involving the 45+ TSPA academies. Winners in each of several categories are awarded a trip to the REDKEN Symposium in Las Vegas, where students get to work side by side with the biggest names in the industry.

Congratulations to our very own Kristena Brown, who won the Makeup Beauty category!!! We are so proud of you and all of our students!!!

In addition to the great prizes and recognition, the opportunity to participate in competitions like this one are invaluable; providing experience and education that can elevate one’s skills and foster an even greater passion for this industry.  Congratulations to all of our Winners, Finalists, and those who stepped outside their comfort zone and were brave enough to compete!

HAIR COLOR – TSPA

     

WINNER                                         FINALIST                                                    FINALIST
Robin Etter                                     Mackenzie Snyder                                     Amanda Goggins
TSPA Fargo                                    TSPA Buffalo                                              TSPA Buffalo

 

CONTEMPORARY CLASSIC – TSPA

    

WINNER                                                   FINALIST                                                   FINALIST
Kaylah Schoen                                         McKenna Will                                            Andrea Opel
TSPA Appleton                                        TSPA Appleton                                         TSPA Appleton

 

EDUCATOR – TSPA

    

WINNER                                                   FINALIST                                                   FINALIST
Kate Meginley                                          Winter Brown                                            Nancy Boshier
TSPA Buffalo                                            TSPA Appleton                                          TSPA Buffalo

 

FINISHING – TSPA

    

WINNER                                                    FINALIST                                                FINALIST
Sam Bingenheimer                                   Maddy Rothe                                          Nilaja Rann
TSPA Buffalo                                             TSPA Appleton                                       TSPA DC

 

MENS – TSPA

    

WINNER                                                   FINALIST                                               FINALIST
Dean Sullivan                                           Briley Wingerter                                   Gracie Kluck
TSPA DC                                                    TSPA Evansville                                   TSPA Appleton

 

MAKEUP: BEAUTY

    

WINNER                                                   FINALIST                                                FINALIST
Kristena Brown                                   Katelin Underwood                              Hathaway Heber
TSPA Winnipeg                                   ESI Chubbuck                                         TSPA Fargo

 

MAKEUP: FANTASY

    

WINNER                                                   FINALIST                                                  FINALIST
Genevive Browne                                    Meagan Allen                                            Brittany Knox
TSPA Buffalo                                            TSPA Evansville                                       TSPA Buffalo

 

NAILS

     

WINNER                                                   FINALIST                                                  FINALIST
Sharily Cruz-Medina                              Lyric Jensen                                              Emily Munster
TSPA Buffalo                                           TSPA Colorado Springs                           TSPA Nampa

Check out the fun and craziness of REDKEN Symposium here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGMw4VzFzJo

Holiday Fashion on a Budget

DRESS FOR THE HOLIDAYS ON A BUDGET

How to Dress for the Holidays on a Budget -holographic trend, metallic trend // Notjessfashion.com

There are two types of people in the world – those who are properly prepared to take on the whirlwind of the holiday season and those who wait until the very last minute. Any given year, we could be either of these depending on my level of busy-ness. However, this 2018 holiday season, We at least want to be prepared by planning our outfits in advance. Given that it is the season of giving, we often spend a ton of money on loved ones, so budgeting really comes into play.  I’ll kick off this series with my tips on how to dress for the holidays on a budget without sacrificing style. 

Metallic Dress with Fluted Sleeves and Ruffles // Notjessfashion.com

Glam Holiday

For those who like to spend their holidays on the elegant side, go for a dress that fits the occasion. With a little bit of searching, it’s possible to find elegant, head turning dresses for less than $120.Velvetsatin, or sequin dresses always infuse a bit more festivity into your look, but if you want to opt for another LBD, go for one with unique details such as an asymmetrical hemline, lace, puff sleeves, etc.  Sometimes, you can even make an old dress look new by adding blingy accessories like statement earrings or metallic heels.

All Black Holiday Outfit with Metallic Boots // Notjessfashion.com

Casual Holiday

If your family or friends prefer to have more casual holiday get togethers, there are an abundance of outfit options. You can stick with the classics like a cute blouse with your favorite jeans or wear something cozy such as a sweater dress or turtleneck. It isn’t always necessary to wear brand new pieces. Don’t feel embarrassed to pull out that old chunky sweater and pair it with relevant knee high boots.

 

Notjessfashion Blazer with Veronica Beard for Intermix, houndstooth blazer, wear a blazer from day to night // Notjessfashion.com

Work Holiday

Work related events can be a little trickier to style for because you have dress codes to adhere to. However, dressing office-appropriate and festive on a budget is totally achievable. The key here is to not go too overboard and to stick to one festive hero piece like a red blouse tucked into metallic trousers, sequin pencil skirt, tartan plaid dress, and so forth. Additionally, you could channel some holiday spirit into your accessories.

 

This time of year makes us so incredibly happy! As we mentioned earlier, we tend to spend a lot more too, so it is imperative to save whenever possible. Take advantage of  affordable retail options to get your holiday outfits prepped and ready for all your upcoming events. Happy shopping!

Beauty Career Possibilities are Endless

In the beginning, there was Sharpie brows.

My love for the beauty industry started long before I even considered going to “hair school”. All of my barbies had the BEST haircuts (or so I thought at the time) and my dolls were always sporting the trendiest makeup. The looks were usually achieved using unconventional tools. Blush was colored on perfectly using lipstick, brows with black sharpie and nail polish graced their lips and lids (talk about long lasting color). My mom didn’t appreciate that I’d used her beauty products to create the perfect look for my dolls, but she always shared my enthusiasm of how beautiful they turned out. Thanks for always being a good sport mom =)

As I got older, I not only realized that I loved makeup, hair and everything beauty, I loved people, too. Helping people look and feel beautiful inside and out became my passion.
The neat thing about Hairstyling is that it’s not just cutting hair. There are endless opportunities when it comes to beauty professions – your hairstyling license can open so many doors if you dare to dream big!
So what else can you do besides “just cutting hair”?
1. Hairstyling Educator/Instructor
2. Salon Owner or Manager
3. Salon Consultant / Brand Consultant
4. Professional Film & Theater Stylist/Makeup Artist
5. Celebrity Stylist (the Kardashians don’t get all beautified on their own)
6. Platform Artists
7. Editorial/ Advertising Stylist
8. Fashion Show Stylist
Being in the beauty industry for 10+ years has taught me that there are no limits to what you can become. If you can dream it, you can do it.
-Katie Janssen TSPA Graduate

Ready to start pursuing YOUR dream? Set up a tour at TSPA .

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Being a Nail Tech is the Best Job Ever!

18 Reasons Why Being a Nail Tech is the Best Job Ever

When you have the best job in the world, you can’t keep to yourself about it! Salon owners and nail technicians share why they’re happy they chose to do nails for a living and why it’s the best profession in the world.

1. Because you become a part of people’s lives.

Hope: “Being a tech, you hear so many stories happy and sad. It’s so much fun to be a part of a brides special day, doing something special for a birthday, or helping someone relax after a loss/stressful time. We aren’t just techs we are friends, therapists, a support network.”

2. Because it can literally be your creative escape.

Veronica: “When I started my career I had 3 small babies and was in a very abusive relationship. The only reason I decided to go to nail school was because I knew getting my psychology degree was going to take way longer and I needed to escape ASAP! I had a plan and 6 months after getting my license, my kids and I were out of that hell hole and started living a peaceful life! 20 years later I am a salon owner and I love my career and this peaceful life I worked so hard to achieve!”

3. It’s better than Victoria Secret.

Erin : “It’s like [my clients] can face anything when their nails are looking well manicured and beautiful. The same as when you have a matching set of beautiful lingerie… Watching someone walk in to my salon, embarrassed and ashamed of their hands or feet, and walking out taller and prouder.. It’s enlightening, and special.”

4. Because you need independence.

Trina: My husband didn’t see it necessary for me to go to school. Only himself. So after the divorce and very little time and money to my name, I enrolled. I was always artistic, but to bigger canvases, and always dreamed of owning my own business. This was quite a challenge and with the help of my parents, I started my nail business.

5. …And to still be a mom.

Leslie: “With a hubby that travelled a lot for work and two small kids (3 & 1) I decided I needed a career that allowed me the flexibility to work my own hours and be a stay at home Mom as well.”

6. Because you can be the boss.

Denise: “I have had many jobs, but nothing that I could say was ‘exciting or rewarding.’ When I was 30, I decided it was finally time to give nails a try. I went to school 17 years ago. I have now owned my salon for 16 years now and I will be 46 in January. I have a great group of girls, a thriving business and definitely earn a great living.”

7. You get to socialize with the other grown-ups.

Robyn: “After many years struggling with the school system and finding out my child had a rare syndrome, [I became a nail tech so that] I was able to spend more time on him, yet get my “adult” time in, meet new people, and know that everyone comes in happy, leaves happy! Plus I made great wages! My son is 21 now, and still needs 24 hour supervision. But I still feel the same as my first day working. Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life!!!”

8. Because pretty nails > endless paperwork

Hannah: “I was in HR and didn’t want the stress anymore, so I took a significant salary drop to retrain in nails. I am about to embark on a new venture making people happy instead of the horrid things I had to do within HR.”

9. Because it can help save your life.

Jamie: “I underwent a double lung transplant when I was 28 yrs old back in 2007 (due to Cystic Fibrosis) and after surviving that, I decided I would pursue things that make me happy. I’ve always been a creative & artistic person and wanted to do cosmetology since I was 18 years old, but never followed that dream until a year ago. It’s a flexible career that gives me the ability to control my schedule and work around my health.”

10.  Because you can help heal people!

Shelly: “Being able to help people through a skill that many consider a luxury has been a blessing. Giving a pedicure to someone who struggles to walk and seeing the difference in circulation and overall appearance in their feet is amazing. Hearing that their next day of therapy they were able to walk three times as far is incredible.”

11. Because you don’t have to sit quietly in front of a computer all day.

Marie: “I’m an extremely talkative people person and I love to hear stories and bond with people. My clientele is wonderful…like a family.”

13. Because, sparkly things.

Gloria: “[As a nail tech,] I get to play with glitter.”

14. Because you get to do mini-makeovers all day long.

Sara: “It is truly a joy to take a woman that is feeling lackluster and have her come out radiating because a good manicure truly does go a long way and there is nothing more fulfilling then seeing a client’s demeanor change and feeling ready to take on the world.”

15. Because you can avoid hefty student loans.

Denise: “I was working as a Mental Heath Therapist and even spent 85k getting my Master’s only to find out that I didn’t like therapy as much as I LOVE doing nails. I can still listen to my clients but I’m not obligated to solve their problems in an hour. Clients even joke that they get free therapy with every nail appointment.”

16. Because you can have blue hair and a nose ring if you really wanted.

Kate: “Sick of dead end jobs that gave me no satisfaction. Find a job you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life. Now I can be myself without having a ‘boss’ standing over me. I can have tattoos. And I can do nails and get paid for it!!”

17. Because it’s like getting paid for a hobby.

Briana: “I get to banter, play with paints, make miniature sculptures, and tackle challenges like making a French set look good on badly bitten nails; and people pay me to do so!”

18. Because your clients become your closest friends.

Jackie: “When I was sick with breast cancer 5 years ago, it was so amazing to see all my clients be there for me as I have been to them. In this world loyalty, people who trust you, and having a job you enjoy can be so very challenging. Going to work knowing I survived and had the opportunity to give back makes me happy I picked my profession. I truly love what I do!”

Have one of your own? Add it by posting in the comments below.

Ready to become a nail tech? Schedule your  TSPA tour today! http://www.tspawinnipeg.com/contact-us/schedule-a-visit/

Fall Skin Care Tips

It happens every year; summer winds down and the cool weather slowly makes its way in. As hard as it can be to pack away those shorts and summer dresses, it feels good to drag out the sweaters and the jeans.

Don’t forget though, just because your jeans and sweaters cover your skin doesn’t mean that you can take a break from your skin care regimen. Proper care can mean the difference between healthy skin and dry flaky skin.

Here are 10 skin care tips for fall to keep you looking beautiful through the fall season.

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Reassess Your Body Cleanser

In the summer, fruity shower gels are a popular treat, but just be sure that your current favorite isn’t going to dry out your skin when the dry cold weather comes in. You’ll want to find a shower gel that is soap-free as well as hydrating. In the fall and winter, I like to put away the gels and bring out a creamy body wash.

Fresh: Milk Bath and Shower Cream (compare prices) is a great mild scent for fall, but be on the lookout for fantastic nutty or fall scents like pumpkin or oatmeal cookie.

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Try an Oil-Based Scrub

We think oily based scrubs are perfect for fall and winter because you are getting the exfoliating benefits with the extra bonus of hydrating oils. And when it comes to oily scrubs, the choices are endless! You can find scrubs that have a lot of oil swimming on top all the way to scrubs that are more of a solid consistency.

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Moisturize Every Single Day

I can’t stress this enough; if you want to keep dry skin at bay, you must hydrate your skin on a daily basis. The best time to apply your lotion is right after you’ve dried off after your shower or bath. Seal in the moisture that’s already been absorbed into your skin.

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Analyze Your Skin

When the seasons change, you may notice your skin type changes as well. This is the time where some with oily skin might notice their skin turns a bit normal, or those with normal skin might consider their skin is suddenly dry.

Watch your skin as the weather turns cold to see if you need to change up your skin care products and switch them accordingly. If you aren’t sure whether your skin needs a new regime, talk to us. Many times we can ask you simple questions to see what skin care type you fall in.

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Organize Your Skin Care Routine

With facial masks, facial exfoliators and other extra skin care steps, it can be hard to remember when you applied your last peel or took the time for your last mask. This is a problem or irritation that you won’t ever have to worry about if you take the time to make a skincare routine.

I know it sounds funny, but if you know that every Sunday morning you’ll apply a facial mask, and Tuesdays and Fridays are saved for exfoliating, you’ll no longer have to think about it. Make your schedule for the days that work best for you and stick with it. Your skin will have the constant benefits, and you’ll see it in your face.

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Don’t Forget Sunscreen

Just because you may not be laying on the beach doesn’t mean you can forget the sunscreen for the next 6 months. Sunscreen is a daily essential, so don’t set it aside.

Use a moisturizer with SPF 15 at the minimum and reapply with a facial sunscreen throughout the day as needed.

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Remember Your Feet

Repeat after me, “I will not let my feet go without proper care this fall and winter”. Say it, and mean it. Your feet are going to be stuck inside your boots and heals for months to come, and if you continue taking care of them and exfoliating them on a regular basis, you’ll have no problem popping back on your sandals when the time comes.

Plus, having nice feet just make you feel good, so grab a foot scrub and keep it in your shower. Scrub your feet 1-2 times a week and you’ll enjoy soft feet that won’t snag your sheets. Ew.

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Invest in a Cuticle Oil

OPI: Avoplex Cuticle Oil to Go
 OPI: Avoplex Cuticle Oil to Go. Image courtesy PriceGrabber

One tell-tale sign of cold weather is dry cuticles. And many times your regular hand cream isn’t heavy-duty enough to tackle dry cuticles. By investing in a cuticle oil, you can quickly take care of the cracked skin and avoid that painful condition that’s so wide-spread in the cold months.

Simple apply oil onto your cuticles and rub in. Do this a couple times a week for best protection.

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Ditch the Pastel Polish

Fall is a great time to take a look at your nail polish collection and see what you are lacking in terms of deep colors. Pack away the cotton candy pinks and pastels and bring forward the burgundy’s, plums or even grab a chocolate brown, which is bold, but easier to wear than black.

 

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Indulge in a New Hand Cream

Your hands are in and out of water on a very regular basis, so you need to apply moisturizer more frequently to your hands than the rest of your body. That’s why it’s so important to have a hand creme in your handbag. When you are out and about and need to wash your hands, you’ll have the hand creme by your side instead of at your sink. (Which of course you should have one there as well!)

Even if you don’t like the scent of highly scented lotions, you can find a fun hand cream to spice up your day.

Easy Back to School Hairstyles

If you’re looking for easy, heatless back to school hairstyles, or hairstyles for when you’re running late – you’ve come to the right place.

Hairstyles for school (or work) need to be quick and super easy. An extra bonus is when the hair is secured away from your face, and can last all day without you having to worry about fixing it every ten minutes.

In today’s post, we show you how to create 6 easy hairstyles that are heatless and literally take a couple of minutes to create.

 

#1: Rope Braid Ponytail

Start by brushing your hair to get rid of any knots and tangles. If you wear hair extensions, clip in a few wefts upside down, in order to create a high ponytail.

Wearing hair extensions is optional, but they do add length and volume to any hairstyle.

Secure the hair in a high ponytail, and add some hairspray if you’d like to keep those flyways at bay.

Now, you’re going to create a rope braid. Start by separating your ponytail in two sections, and twisting both sections in the same direction. Then, twist those two sections together in an opposite direction, to make a rope braid.

Continue rope braiding all the way down. Once you’re done, secure with a hair tie and that’s it!

This look is very sleek and put-together, and is definitely more interesting than a regular ponytail.

Back to school hairstyle how to do a rope braid ponytail

#2: Half-up rope braids

This next hairstyle uses elements of the same rope braid, but in a slightly different way.

If you wear extensions, clip in the large wefts at the back of your head just below the crown of your head. If you don’t wear hair extensions, simply skip this step and continue onto the next step.

Begin by taking a small section of hair on one of the sides of your head, and split it in two. If you chose to wear extensions for this look, this is where you can clip in the 1 clip wefts for some extra thickness and length in the braids. Clip these wefts in the direction of where you will be braiding.

Split that section of hair in two and twist both of them in the same direction. Then, twist both of these sections in an opposite direction. Repeat the same steps on the other side and you’ll end up with two really fun looking rope braids.

All you do now is pin them together at the back with some bobby pins and you’re done! This looks beautiful and is super easy to create. If you don’t like rope braids, you can do the exact same hairstyle with a regular three strand braid or a fishtail braid.

Back to school heatless hairstyle half up rope braid half updo

#3 – Criss-cross hairstyle

Take two small sections from the front of your face and pull them back tightly at the back of your head. Secure with a really small elastic band.

Then you will take another two sections from the front and repeat the same steps. We’ll stop right there, but if you’d like, you can continue doing this all the way down and will end up with a cool looking braid.

This hairstyle is a perfect way to get the hair out of your face and although it takes literally under a minute, it looks very put-together.

back to school hairstyle criss cross hairstyle

#4 – Braided headband

If you have long hair, this is a really fun way to style it. Take a section of your hair behind your ear and do a regular braid all the way down. Then, pin it across your head, like a headband. Do the same thing on the other side.

If you don’t have long hair, you can wear a few wefts of extensions as a headband. Tada! Easy and creative.

heatless hairstyle for back to school braided headband luxy hair

#5 – Dutch braid bun

This hairstyle is definitely for those who love experimenting with hairstyles and aren’t afraid to have a little fun with with their hair.

Start by sectioning the front of your hair and doing a dutch braid.

Secure the dutch braid with a small elastic band and pull up the hair into a ponytail. You can stop there, or go one step further and pull your hair up in a bun.

This hairstyle allows for the hair to be completely out of your face, and has a unique braid element that will make you stand out from the crowd.

back to school heatless hairstyle dutch braid bun

#6 – The braided space buns

And of course, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to show you how to do space buns in your hair.

Pull up your hair in two high ponytails, and start doing a regular braid, which you will then pull up into a bun. Use a bunch of bobby pins to secure it in place and repeat on the other side. We love how trendy it looks, and doing braids instead of regular buns definitely spices things up even more!

braided space bun back to school hairstyle

There you go, 6 super quick and easy heatless back to school hairstyles. Which one was your favorite?

Take Care of Your Skin After a Day at the Beach

Who doesn’t love a little fun in the sun? A day at the beach can be very relaxing for both body and soul. Just make sure you take good care of your skin once you return home. This way your skin stays smooth, healthy, and hydrated even after you spent a long day enjoying surf and sun.

Shower and Moisturize

You’ve undoubtedly applied layer upon layer of sunscreen, and swam around in the salty ocean so it’s time to clean your body well to get rid of the product build-up. Don’t use a drying deodorant soap, opt for a hydrating natural bar of soap or hydrating shower wash instead.

Immediately upon drying off, apply a ​moisturizing body butter to your entire body. The salt and sun can be very drying to your skin, so you need to moisturize your skin immediately after your shower. When you apply it right after you dry off, you seal in all of the moisture on your skin from the shower.

Moisturize Your Feet

You know how great it can feel walking around in the sand without your flip-flops? (Well, at least in the cool wet sand!) You’re actually giving your feet a fantastic natural exfoliation when you do this. So if you don’t typically kick off your shoes at the beach, start doing it; sand is the perfect natural exfoliator. When you’re wading in the water, take some time to rub your feet in the sand and swirl your feet around to make sure every part is exfoliated.

The next important step you can save for the car or at home: moisturizer! It’s a must! You’ve exfoliated the dead skin from your feet, soaked them in salty water, but unless you moisturize them, they are going to be a mess. Once you apply moisturizer, you’ll notice your feet feel like you just had a pedicure.

Don’t Let Your Hair Frizz Out

Your hair can take a real beating when you are out on the beach.  A quick tip pre-water: apply a spray in hair conditioner such as Redken One United before hitting the beach. This will help keep your hair tangle free ​and gives it a bit of a protected layer.

When you get home from the beach, give your hair a thorough washing, and apply a deep conditioner for a good 5-10 minutes. Make sure to use a wide tooth comb to comb out your hair.

Take Gentle Care of Your Face

Depending on how windy your day is at the beach, your face might have been included in the natural exfoliation from the sand. The last thing you want to do is come home and exfoliate your skin again. Use a gentle face cleanser to wash off all of your sunscreen and then apply a hydrating moisturizer or night cream to soothe your skin.

Dermalogica’s Special Cleansing Gel & Active moist light oil free lotion are a good start!

Soothe Your Lips

Hopefully, you applied a lip balm with SPF in it throughout the day. Lips can easily sunburn, and this will be a big step in taking care of your gentle lip area. But no matter if you did or didn’t, your lips will be feeling a bit dry and abused. Apply a thick lip balm or even simple Vaseline to your lips and let your lips soak the product in. They’ll instantly feel hydrated and soft.

Dermalogica Lip Renewal Complex will help infuse the lips with moisture and restore delicate tissue.
Have a great summer!!!!