Feeling LOST: Experts give their desert island beauty tricks

https://media.zenfs.com/en-US/blogs/partner/lostevangline-290x400.jpgI'm a total LOST junkie and, since the finale last Thursday (which I've already watched twice), I'm starting to go through preemptive withdrawal. I need answers. Now. Sadly, I wont be getting answers about the creepy guy in black (is it Locke?), that whole Egyptian thing (how did it get destroyed?) or why the show faded to white at the end of the episode instead of black (whaaaaat?).

So instead, I got answers to another important LOST-y question:

The cast of LOST is always gorgeous.
If you were stuck on a desert island,
how would you stay gorgeous?

SUE DEVITT headshot.jpgSue Devitt would bring her Bermuda Triangle Collection (available here): "It's definitely my desert island product, because it taps into nature's little miracle, water, with my Microquatic technology, so each item offers superior hydration. That's really the key to natural looking skin."

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Dickey.JPGDickey says "Coconut oil is one of my favorite hair ingredients, so I don't think being stranded on a desert island would be so bad beauty-wise, though the humidity could pose a problem for wavy or curly hair. To get nice beach hair, comb a hydrating oil through a sopping wet head and don't touch the hair again. Let it air dry for gorgeous natural waves. And if that doesn't work -- there's one fail safe option: bun plus scarf!"

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sukiheadshot.jpgSuki Kramer, founder of a natural skin care line called suki, would hop right into the ocean! "Soaking in warm sea water for 20 minutes pulls toxins from skin, increases circulation, relaxes the body and rejuvenates cells."