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RESCUE ME: Summer beauty and style tips from Grace Gold

Posted at 8:05 AM, Jul 12, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-12 13:23:08-04

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Expert Grace Gold joined us in the studio with beauty and style tips to help us keep our cool this summer! Grace featured these items:

-For light-as-air sunscreen that you can wear alone or under makeup: Olay Regenerist Whip SPF 25 is a matte-finish moisturizer with vitamin B3 and peptides that helps hydrate skin while diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Or if you battle shine, try Olay Sun + Shine Control SPF 35, which keeps shine at bay and is enriched with green tea and vitamin E. You can find both Olay products at drugstores.

-Instantly and permanently cover 100% of your gray in minutes with Revlon Root Erase Permanent Touch-Up, available at mass retailers and It's the perfect solution for busy women and men who are short on time, and is simple and easy to use with no prep required and no mess to clean up - just pump in the cap, mix with the included brush, and apply. Best of all, it's reusable with up to 3 root touch ups per canister.

- Summer heat and humidity leave skin oily yet dry; replenish hydration with these easy-to-swallow softgels that are ideal for those with occasional dry skin. Nature's Bounty MoistureTreat, available at Ulta, gives your summer beauty routine an extra boost of hydration with hyaluronic acid and vitamin E. These ingredients combine to help hydrate from within so you can achieve moisturized skin.

-Feel breezy with local Phoenix designer Jean Marie Clarke's line best known for its signature natural fiber one size fits all drawstring kaftans, Pax Philomena, available at Jean Marie was born in Calcutta, India to Anglo-Indian parents and emigrated to the USA at a young age, where she grew up in Phoenix. She was trained in textile in Como, Italy at a world renowned printing mill. A portion of all proceeds benefit Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in Phoenix, where Mother Teresa set up a mission in 1989 in the poorest part of the city to help those in need.