How To "Hot Girl Summer" During Quarantine
Honestly, why is COVID happening during spring and summer? WHYYYYY... If you're anything like me, you LIVE for a sun-kissed bod, ocean dips, and sunset picnics on the beach.
Achievable this summer - probably not if you live in an apartment, so we have to improvise. I asked my team their alternative tips to still achieve a "hot girl summer" from your balcony, rooftop, curbside, or a luscious lawn.
Here they are:
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Investing in a good beach chair, towel, and umbrella this summer is still a good idea. Here are a few of our recommendations to make your "small space" tanning more enjoyable.
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Frequent Cold Bath Dips Or Showers
We have seen a lot of people spending their money on baby dip pools; we'd recommend staying away from these - remember they're made from the worst plastic possible ( heat + plastic = toxic chemicals on your skin).
A quick dip in the bath/shower is way more sustainable and does the trick.
Sunshine Is Like A Visit To Your Hairdresser
If you're a blonde like me, you know my struggle during this pandemic. The amount of times I have nearly bought box-dye is alarming. However, if you want to dodge looking like Charlize Theron in Monster, avoid this at all costs.
Your answer is a lemon.
The heat of the sun opens hair cuticles, and the lemon juice lifts color, which allows the sun to bleach your strands. Squeeze fresh lemon juice and add it to a glass spray bottle along with a teaspoon of coconut oil to keep your hair from drying out. Spray and enjoy lighter locks!