The temperatures and humidity are rising and so is our hair. The more humid it is, the bigger the hair is. Summertime workouts can wreak havoc on our hair and skin. Survive the high temperatures and humidity this summer with these summertime beauty tips.

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    Bryn Lennon, Getty Images

    Workout proof your hair

    It is possible for your hair to look good after your workout. Put your hair in a bun or ponytail and  avoid using too many styling products.  The build-up will weigh your hair down and make it harder to salvage afterwards.

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    Rich Lam, Getty Images


    Fight enemy number one—sweat—by wearing a cotton headband over your hairline to sop up moisture. Then after your workout or sunbathing session use baby powder  to quickly absorb the moisture without wrecking your 'do.

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    Donald Miralle, GettyImages

    Swimmer’s Eye

    Swim workouts are great to strengthen your entire body, but if you forget your goggles, your eyes will show it. One easy way to reduce swimmer’s eye is to rinse them with a sterile saline solution and to lubricate your eyes with artificial tears right after swimming to help reduce the irritation.

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    Peter Macdiarmid, Getty Images

    Waterproof Mascara

    Nothing ruins your look faster than dark mascara smudges after your workout.  Waterproof mascara is a girl's best friend in the summer.  Just get a good eye make-up remover to avoid scrubbing your eyes to remove it.

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    Christopher Furlong, Getty Images

    Get rid of calluses for good

    Whether you're a runner or just a flip-flop walker, rough heels happen. Stay on top of the situation by filing down scaly patches with a foot file. For best results do this after the shower, when your skin is softer. There are plenty of over the counter remedies for this but one of the best is to put vaseline on your heels or calluses overnight while wearing socks.

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    Michael Loccisano, Getty Images for Ok! Magazine

    Lip Balm

    Don’t forget to apply lip balm with SPF built into, the last thing you want is to burn your lips. Our skin is more sensitive our lips, so be sure to reapply often.

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    Cindy Ord, Getty Images

    Dry Shampoo

    Reduce the sweaty hair look use dry shampoo to soak the moisture on your head.  It saves time from doing a full wash and can keep your hair looking great.

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