Bikini breakdown and sun safety




Busty figure – A V-neck shows just the right amount of cleavage, giving your body the look of a longer figure.

Big booty – A bottom-half swimsuit with side rings helps hide that extra junk in the trunk.

Small on top – Create an illusion by wearing ruffles, frills or fringes.

Poochy belly – A one-piece will cover the midriff at just the right spot, flattering your natural curves.

Illustration of a lady wearing sunglasses, sun screen lotion on her nose, a big hat under the bright yellow sun, and a pair of bikini with floral prints.

Rays can give you a nice tan or a bad burn

  1. Wear at least 30 SPF sunscreen at the beach or for summer outdoor daytime activities.
  2. Be careful of the sun from noon to 2:30 p.m. when ultraviolet rays cause most skin damage.
  3. If playing or working out in the sun
    at peak hours be sure to remember your sunglasses.

Summer hat:

From a basket-weave with a filigree trim to a floppy hat, keeping your head cool is both smart and fashionable.


Getting a tan can be flirty and fun if you have an umbrella to keep you safe from the sun’s rays.

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