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Ashley Tisdale's beach beauty

Published 26/06/2015

Ashley Tisdale
Ashley Tisdale

Ashley Tisdale has shared her beach and summer must-have beauty products.

The 30-year-old actress looks like a beach babe all year round thanks to her blonde tresses and tanned skin, so it's no surprise she enjoys lounging on the sand during her down time in the summer.

Speaking to Us Weekly about her best companions when under the sun, Ashley shared how she likes to keep things natural.

"I don't like to wear make-up on the beach, but if I want to look presentable, I'll apply waterproof mascara," she said, opting for Chanel Inimitable.

"I already have wavy hair, so I use this [Healthy Sexy Hair Leave In Conditioner] to keep frizz away."

When it comes to her swimwear of choice, Ashley is a fan of Mara Hoffman's colourful designs. Anything which shows of her toned physique, which she works out a lot to maintain, is ideal for the star.

Protecting her skin is another priority, so Ashley covers herself in Hawaiian Tropic sunscreen SPF 30.

Nicole Scherzinger also talked about her summer must-haves with the publication. Unlike Ashley, the former Pussycat Doll likes to wear a few cosmetics on the beach and has favourites which she swears by.

"This coral-y pink gloss enhances the colour of my lips. It's very moisturising when I am in the sun," she said of Gloss in Rock Candy by Estée Lauder.

"A little bit of liquid bronzer goes a long way. I apply it on cheekbones for a sun-kissed glow."

Nicole focuses on her locks too, using Dry Texturising Spray by Oribe to make her feel "flirty".

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