My Summer Hacks


Ladies I want to take today and talk to you about my new love the act of hair removal! It is summer and here in Arizona when the weather reaches 110+ I am wearing nothing but short shorts, sundresses, or you can just find me splashing around in the pool. Although all of this sounds lovely the act of shaving is starting to test my patience! Enter Veet fast acting hair removal for sensitive skin! As a fair skinned beauty I have very sensitive skin.... my razor burn can get unreal. So, I have tossed the razor this year and I am loving Veet hair removal gel for the shower. Yes, I can use it in the shower! And the best part for me or any of you faired skinned ladies, it is directly designed for sensitive skin so don't worry about break outs, irritation, or redness. 

Summer is always a rough time for your skin + hair so I have amped up my beauty routine for the next few months. Although I always seem to be on the go an at home beauty routine needs to be quick and efficient or I wont even both with it. As I enter the shower (excuse me for leaving those photos out of the post ;)) I simple add Veet  fast acting get cream to my legs, rise my hands and let it sit for 5 minutes. As I am letting the gel cream sit I apply coconut oil to my hair and massage through the ends. After the 5 minutes is up I jump under the water and wipe my legs clean, shampoo my hair, and tada I am smooth as can be and my hair is conditioned. It is simple and easy and a perfect summer routine!

So tell me, what do you do for your summer hacks?! 




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2 comments:

Krysten Quiles said...

I'll have to try this out!

The CHIC Insomniac said...

Oooooo, I'll have to get some of this!!

The CHIC Insomniac