'I found Frank Body Scrub via Instagram, and after reading up on its effects, I promptly ordered four packs. Use the all-natural coffee scrub dry in your bathtub to target stretch marks, cellulite, skin irritations, and varicose veins. It exfoliates with a brown sugar/sea-salt combo and moisturizes with pressed oils. The only downside? Standing cold and naked in your bathtub for ten minutes while it dries. Nonetheless, it has quickly become my must-have summer item. Choose from the natural mix, cacao, or coconut and grape seed ($15-$18).'
'My makeup faves for the summer are the new Lip Tar stained glosses from Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics ($18, Sephora). They come in a variety of colors and formulas. I typically love the matte formula, but for summer I think this stain is a great way to have a sheer look that will stay on longer than a regular gloss. My shade pick: Aurora, a sheer soft pink.'
'One of my favorite summer routines in my greenhouse apartment is to get completely naked, put on rubber gloves, and apply Xen Tan ($40, Nordstrom). I love having sexy brown shoulders and not having to use every minute of free time laying out like its my part-time job (like in 10th grade). Oh and to save myself from skin cancer. Righto.'
'My favorite summer product for both my clients and myself is the Kevyn Aucoin Celestial Bronzing Veil in Tropical Days ($48, Barneys New York), a silky powder bronzer that instantly transforms pale, lifeless skin to a believable warm shade with a radiant finish. Gorgeous crystal pigments of gold,silver, and bronze blend together for that perfect (and safe!) beach-worthy glow.'
'Susan Grace is my skincare go-to and a master esthetician. Not only does she give great facials but she created a Pacific Northwest–focused line, Partly Sunny, that targets and understands our weather and environment, complete with this Tone Well vitamin D spray ($29; uh, hello to every vitamin D deficient Seattleite out there).
It is super refreshing and rehydrating for getting our skin back to its best.'
Image via Partly Sunny Skincare
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Amanda Zurita, Assistant Style Editor
'I know all about the benefits of sun protection and I haven't seen a tanning bed since I was a teen, but for whatever reason I still struggle applying sunscreen every day. Or at least I did until I discovered the Peter Thomas Roth Instant Mineral SPF ($30, Sephora). No sticky mess, easy to apply and tote around in my purse, and most importantly, it works. Powdered sunscreen, people. This is a game changer for me.'
Image via Peter Thomas Roth
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Slide Show: 6 Summer Beauty Picks from Seattle Experts
Posted Jun 26, 2014, 9:20am
We rounded up six local beauty pros to share their seasonal product picks for getting your summer glow on.