Improper beauty regimens can negatively affect you, both physically and emotionally. You need to do a lot of basic research so that you don’t burn, harm, or irritate your hair, skin, or nails when trying to beautify yourself. There are some tips listed below to help you get started with a beauty regimen that is right for you.
If you’re going to use an artificial tan, exfoliate your skin beforehand. Doing this can help you remove dead skin and reveal smooth, new skin. This will allow your artificial tan to look great and will also even it out. You will also find that it looks more like a realistic tan and lasts longer.
If you have striking brown eyes, you can play them up by adding eyeshadow, liner, and mascara in colors that are especially flattering for your eye color. Look for rich, matte shadows in shades of green, copper, and blue. These colors add depth and intensity to your eye color, especially when topped with a few coats of navy mascara.
Red eyes make you look tired and worn out. Carry a bottle of eye drops in your purse and reapply as needed throughout the day. At home, keep a bottle of eye drops in the refrigerator to refresh your eyes when you get home from a day in a dry, air conditioned office.
Live in a cold, dry winter climate? Find a winter-specific conditioner for your hair to help lock in moisture and prevent that annoying static cling to EVERYTHING. Use in place of your regular conditioner as soon as you start to notice dry air and discontinue use in the spring time.
Use eye drops to liven up your face. Tired eyes can bring down your whole look. Keep a small bottle of eye drops in your bag and use them periodically, especially when sitting in front of your computer. They will not only freshen up your eyes, but make them sparkle too.
To get softer and sexier lips use a honey scrub! Take 3 drops of honey, and mix it with half a teaspoon of sugar. Apply the mixture liberally to your lips, and let it sit for about 10 minutes. When you wash it off, you’ll find your lips have gotten softer and may even look fuller.
To improve the quality and length of your fingernails, use Vaseline on your cuticles once a week. This will help your nails grow longer and stronger. Also, when you polish your nails, use a top coat.
For an inexpensive, spa-like facial just lean yourself over a bowl of steaming hot water! Cover or wrap up your hair, fill any container with really hot water and allow the steam to open and clear your pores! It is soothing and stimulating and very cost effective. Follow up with cold water to close and refresh pores, then add moisturizer!
To highlight your eyes and make them look larger and more awake, use a shimmery, pale shade of vanilla or light gold just under your brow bone. You can sweep it down to cover your entire lid for a natural look, or sweep it on after applying your other eye colors to frame your eyes.
Putting on your own nail polish can be very frustrating, especially when using your non-dominant hand. Next time, apply your normal two color coats and a topcoat in the evening (give the polish a few hours to dry before bedtime). Don’t worry too much if the polish gets on your cuticles. Then, in the morning, take a hot shower, and all the extra polish on your cuticles and skin will rub right off.
Improper beauty regimens can be very troublesome, but with some practice, inspiration, and technique, you can make it work for you. It just takes research of the basics and practice to create a beauty regimen that you can easily follow and apply. Do yourself a favor, and try using the above tips to help create your own personal beauty regimen.