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7 Beauty Switches You Need To Do For The Rainy Season

Skin, hair, and makeup tips!

1. Don’t ditch the sunscreen

Just because the sun isn’t out doesn’t mean that its harmful UV rays aren't sneakily wreaking havoc on your skin. Smooth on a high SPF sunscreen before stepping out of the house for optimum protection. Opt for a lightweight and moisturizing formula to go with the rainy weather.


Biore UV Perfect Face Milk SPF 50+ PA+++, P380, Watsons

2. Consider cushion compacts

Instead of liquid foundations, turn to cushion compacts that leave your skin looking fresh and dewy all day. Pick one that contains SPF and antioxidants to keep your skin in top shape even with the pollution in the city.  


Clinique Liquid On The Go Introducing Super City Block BB Cushion Compact SPF 50, P1,950, SM Megamall

3. Don’t let your hair stay flat

Don’t you hate how your hair just seems to lose volume when it begins to get colder? Bring back life to your flat and boring hair by using a volumizing shampoo and conditioner combo. For maintenance, use a deep-conditioning hair treatment once or twice a week.

Himawari Dear Beaute Oil in Shampoo Volume and Repair, P695, Conditioner, P695, Treatment, P695

4. Boost your mood with colorful nails

Paint your nails in rainbow brights to boost your mood!


Deborah Lippmann nail polish in Great Balls of Fire, Rustan's Shangri-La


5. Smooth your hair with oil

Tame unwanted frizz by working in a smoothening hair oil onto your locks. It will also work wonders on dry ends.


Wella Oil Reflections, price available upon request, Landmark

6. Dial up your body's moisture levels

Use a lightweight body lotion to keep your skin from drying out and flaking, especially with these low temperatures.


Stenders Melon Body Lotion, P595, Rustan's Makati

7. Waterproof everything!

This should be a no-brainer. Make sure to choose makeup that’s waterproof, especially when it comes to mascara and eyeliner. Here are our favorite waterproof products.

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