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Sarah Hyland: Keep skin safe

Published 22/06/2015

Sarah Hyland
Sarah Hyland

Sarah Hyland has shared her summer beauty secrets.

The 24-year-old actress always boasts a flawless, glowing complexion and has shared how fans can achieve a similar look. For Sarah, the main aspect is avoiding sun damage.

"Always keep your skin and face protected. If you don't have a good base, you really can't hide that. And don't forget to blend foundation into your neck so you don't look like a clown," she advised to US OK! magazine.

Now summer is here Sarah is embracing new trends, such as white nail polish to give her fingertips a Long Island feel.

The Modern Family star also revealed her must-have beauty products, naming Diorshow Iconic Overcurl Mascara as one make-up item she can't get enough of.

Sunscreen makes the list too, which is no surprise as Sarah is so aware of keeping her skin in good condition.

"I've been using Hawaiian Tropic for a long time - Island Sport makes your skin feel good, and it doesn't come off, even when you're sweating," she shared.

Recently Sarah spoke about how her beauty routine changes when the warmer weather sets in, for example in winter she wears a lot more cosmetics, and uses bronzer to add warmth.

But it seems she's long since had a way with perfecting her make-up, even if she can't always remember it.

"I look back at some of the pictures when I was in high school of how I did my make-up and I’m like, 'I really like the way I did my make-up and I don’t remember what I did.' I have a really short term memory when it comes to that stuff," she said.

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