Web Toolbar by Wibiya
 
 
 

GL PROFILES

More Friends = More Fun

 
 

GL
Tweets !

AN HOUR AGO EXCLUSIVE: Get your princess on with @DisneyChannel this weekend!: http://t.co/P2QpInO51X pic.twitter.com/juRdmHQvIm

2 HOURS AGO EXCLUSIVE: 18-year-old author @caltabiano_anna talks writing, college and more: http://t.co/ihrsSLeD1B pic.twitter.com/0iC2OK9EnE

3 HOURS AGO That's JEAN-ius! This fall, get denimspiration from your fave celebs: http://t.co/F9EMrgFj0J pic.twitter.com/XjmhR1LvUm

 

sponsored links

5 sun safety rules to remember

 
It’s not officially summer (yet), but that doesn’t mean we’re staying cooped up in doors. It’s time to hit the pools, the parks and the beaches in full force, but before you start a splash war with your sweeties, take the time to gear up right and protect your bod against the sun’s harmful rays. In honor of Sun Safety Week, which kicks off today, Sunday, June 5, we asked GL’s editors for their best fun-in-the-sun tips.


“At the beach, put on some SPF even if it's cloudy or you're under an umbrella. Trust me: You will get burned. I learned that the hard way.” – Karmen, online contributing editor


“I’m always the girl on the beach who’s buried under layers of SPF, sun-reflective clothing and sunglasses. After years of scorching my fair skin, I’ve learned that I don’t need a tan to look great—and thank goodness, too, because I go straight from white to red!” – Brittany T., online editorial assistant


“I sport big sunglasses to cover the entire area around my eyes—especially the circles underneath them. Squinting leads to wrinkles!” – Jessica D., fashion and beauty assistant


“I try to jog early in the day in the summer (sometimes at 6 or 7in the morning!). It's the coolest outside, and it's before the sun gets too rough.” – Alyssa B., contributing writer


“The same as everyone's: SPF. SPF. And more SPF.” – Karen B., founding editor

BY GL ON 6/5/2011 8:00:00 AM

POSTED IN , , ,

< PREVIOUS   NEXT >   
comments powered by Disqus
X
 
What's your go-to hair 'do for school?




 
 

Sometimes, it's what's Never Said that matters most...

 

Twin sisters Annie and Sarah couldn't be more different. But when Annie reveals a terrible secret, Sarah may be the only one who can help.

CLICK HERE to find out what happens when the silence is broken in Never Said, a touching new novel from Carol Lynch Williams.  

 
Posts From Our Friends

sponsored links