Valuable Beauty Tips
Sometimes we can become wildly overwhelmed with beauty standards. We can also get overwhelmed with where to even start when thinking that we'd like to take better care of ourselves. Of course inner beauty is most important but it is imperative we take good care of our health in general. Here are some tips to get you started on your own personal beauty adventure.
You can easily exfoliate your face lightly during your daily bath or shower by using a soft, nubby terrycloth or wash rag. This is especially effective if the water is warm, not hot, and only if you are using the cloth for the first time. Never use the same cloth two days in a row as bacteria may build up overnight.
To give your medium-to long-length hair a quick boost of volume in the morning, turn your head upside down, then apply a spray-on product like mousse, texture spray or dry shampoo to add volume. Aim for the roots, then scrunch your hair at the crown and sides. Turn right-side up, then use your fingers to smooth the top layer.
Splashing cold water on your face can help reduce the frequency and prevalence of pimples. This is because it shrinks the size of your pores, making it less likely and less possible for them to get clogged, and clogging usually results in the appearance of a pimple. So to keep yourself pimple free, splash cold water!
If you want keep your skin healthy, and feel good, drink lots of water! 5-8 glasses of water a day is great, and even more is always good if you can manage it. Drinking plenty of water helps with bad or dry skin and many other ailments.
To prevent buildup on your hair, use a clarifying shampoo once a week. Over time, residue from styling products and conditioner can build up on your hair, leaving it dull and lifeless along with that white powder you sometimes see in your hair brush. Using a clarifying shampoo at least once a week can remove this buildup, leaving your hair shiny, bouncy and full of life. Follow some of the beauty tips in this article and take your self care to the next level!
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