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Keep Your Summer Look All Winter Long

Beauty products that help you glow throughout the cold-weather months

By Melissa Matthews Posted August 18, 2009 from Woman's Day; September 15, 2009

  • Keep Glowing
  • Keep Glowing

    "Summer is ending, but that doesn’t mean we have to stop looking radiant. In fact, I’m going to use these beauty boosters through the winter—when I need them most!”

    Photo: © Getty Images

  • Plump It Up
  • Plump It Up

    NP Set Lip Stain & Plumper in Sheer Pink contains acai and pomegranate extracts to condition lips. ($15; at Target)

    Photo: © Target.com

  • The Heat Is On
  • The Heat Is On

    St. Ives Elements Warming Scrub gently removes dead skin cells, clears away dirt from pores and keeps my skin looking bright. ($6.99; at drugstores)

    Photo: © Todd Huffman

  • Stand Guard
  • Stand Guard

    Spritz on Redken Color Extend Sun Sparkling Shield Leave-In Smoother to protect hair from color-fading UVA/UVB rays. ($16; Redken.com)

    Photo: © Todd Huffman

  • Peachy Keen
  • Peachy Keen

    Swirl on N.Y.C. New York Color Mosaic Bronzing Powder in Heart of Gold to create a subtle sunkissed glow. ($4.99; at drugstores)

    Photo: © Todd Huffman

  • Show Off
  • Show Off

    Before slipping on a dress, I apply Sephora Divine Oil to my legs for a hint of color and to keep them silky soft. ($18; Sephora.com)

    Photo: © Sephora.com

  • Smooth Move
  • Smooth Move

    Luminous skin is an absolute must, so I use Suave Naturals Apricot Exfoliating Body Wash. ($2.50; at drugstores)

    Photo: © Suave

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