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Jamie Chung’s summer beauty secrets

Published 14/05/2015

Jamie Chung
Jamie Chung

Jamie Chung’s head is “the first thing to fry” when she’s on the beach.

The Hangover Part II actress always looks stylish both on and off the red carpet. And in a new interview with People Magazine, the 32-year-old opened up about her summer beauty secrets, starting with her hair.

“I love using a headscarf. It’s a cute way to throw my hair up and out of the way,” she explained. “But I also won’t leave the house without a hat because if it gets hot, my head is the first thing to fry!”

She carries Bumble and bumble’s Surf Spray to keep her beach waves looking perfect. When it comes to protecting her skin, Jamie is all about products with SPF. The star applies her favourite Korean SPF on her face, then she uses Jergens BB Protect Perfecting Body Cream from her décolletége on down.

“I love that [it] has SPF and it evens and corrects skin,” she said. “I’ve noticed a difference on my legs!”

While she layers on the sun protection, Jamie keeps things simple when it comes to her make-up. The entertainer loves a soft flush, so she swaps her powder blush to a creamier base.

“Because you want your natural tan to shine through — and you’re gonna sweat!” she explained before naming her favourite blush. “Make Up For Ever’s coral colour. It looks great on everyone.”

Her final summer beauty secret is for her feet. Jamie loves running on the beach but this can leave her digits looking a little unpretty, so she has two products to use as a quick fix.

“Whenever I go to a beach, I’ll bring a PedEgg!” she confessed. “[And] since my nails are the first thing to go, I bring an extra colour with me.”

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