The Summer's Best Beauty Buys

Glamour magazine fashion summer
Each month Glamour magazine highlights the best beauty and hair products that the editors think you'll love.

Suze Yalof Schwartz, executive fashion director at Glamour magazine, visited The Saturday Early Show with the magazine's top ten favorite products to keep your hair, skin and nails looking fabulous this summer.

Here's a look at the summer beauty products featured in the August issue of Glamour:

St. Tropez Self-Tan Remover, $14.99
Schwartz says this product helps safely remove a self-tanner you may not want to keep on your skin. Using a regular exfoliate won't work because friction isn't enough to scrub away the tan. Schwartz says you need a chemical exfoliate for the job.

Mixed Emotions Crème Brule Body Scrub, $25
Schwartz says this body scrub is great for exfoliation required before applying a self tanner because it has the perfect amount of sloughing power. She says it exfoliates without irritating the skin.

Revlon Palm Straightener, $24.99
The ceramic technology heats the hair at an even temperature, which Revlon says minimizes the risk of hair damage. Schwartz says this is great for touchups, straightening bangs or taking on a trip. It can be found at local drugstores.

Bourjois Very Vernis Very Fashion Nail Polish, $9
Schwartz says the hot new colors for summer are all shades of berry and, she says, the fashion nail polish is so glossy you can skip the topcoat. The company says the polish contains patented resins and silicone for shine and resistance to chipping. The polish comes with an ultra flat brush for rapid and precise application.

Ralph Lauren Hair Day Shampoo and Conditioner, $12.50 each
Schwartz says this shampoo/conditioner is the modern way to wear fragrance, and its gentle enough to use everyday.

Sally Hansen Kohl Eyeliner, $ 5.49
Schwartz says this eyeliner is great for creating the mod-makeup look seen on the runways this season. The ultra fine powder is easy to apply and lasts all day, she says, and it is safe for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers.

Apt. 5 Eye Shadow Duos, $4
Schwartz says these are great eye shadows used by many professional makeup artists.

Sebastian's Trucco "Paparazzi Glitter Palette, $25
This product can be used on the face and body and comes in five different colors. Schwartz says it's great to highlight the top of cheekbones and or the under brow bone on the face.

Origins Concealer, $6.50
The new concealers from Origins are called "Light Makes Right." They come in two different colors - a green concealer to counteract red undertones by neutralizing ruddiness, and a lavender concealer that counteracts yellow by neutralizing the sallow undertones. Schwartz says traditional concealers can't camouflage ruddiness, red blemishes or sallow skin. These concealers contain soy as a moisturizer and have a great grapefruit and lemon aroma.

Skintimate After-Shave Gel, $3.99
Schwartz says this product is made specifically for after shaving. It contains Vitamin E and Aloe Vera to moisturize and soothe freshly shaved leg, and it's absorbed quickly by the skin. The after-shave gel comes in three varieties: raspberry, pear and sensitive skin.