Clockwise from left: Urban Decay; Batiste; TIGI; Chanel; It Cosmetics; Dr. Dennis Gross; Chanel

During the summer, we're bombarded by images of gorgeous, (supposedly) carefree warm-weather styles -- but all we really want to do is lie down, preferably near a pool, with a bucket of lemonade in hand.

So as not to put you too far out of your summer routine, our friends over at rounded up the lazy girl's guide to gorgeous. Here are a few of our favorite tips:

Dirty Does It
Although a cold shower is sometimes the only way to beat the heat, other times we just can't be bothered. The good news is, all it takes to take your tresses from greasy and limp to gleaming and voluminous is a couple spritzes of dry shampoo. Dry conditioner works wonders for creating shine in dry or frizzy hair. Try Batiste Dry Shampoo ($7.99) or TIGI Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Conditioner ($19.95).

Go for the Bold
We're telling you -- bold brows are back. Lucky for us, the experts at Refinery 29 agree -- and lucky for you, the look requires less tweezing and pruning and more letting-them-grow (read: doing nothing). To help ease in the look, try dotting a double-sized brow highlighting pencil -- like It Cosmetics Brow Power Lift ($26) - underneath your eyebrows to make your eyes look brighter. The pencil has both a matte and a shimmery option, so it'll take you from day to night, too.

The Multi-Tasker
Get a product that does it all -- there are a vast number of moisturizer options that include SPF, foundation, and an anti-aging product. Avoid piling on three layers of cream by using just the one, like Dr. Dennis Gross's All-in-One Tinted Moisturizer with SPF 15. But don't forget that moisturizers generally don't come with particularly high SPFs -- so if you're going to be out in the sun all day, you will want to go for that extra layer of protection.

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