Beauty Tips

 

Beauty is taking care of your body. Here are some tips to help you keep your skin looking beautiful and young.beauty_logo-250x305

1. Exfoliate daily with a light exfoliating wash to freshen your face and buff away dead skin cells that cover up your skins natural glow.

2.  Using a deep conditioning treatment once a month will keep dyed hair from fading.

3. Immediately after being in any water, apply moisturizer to the skin. The water washes away all the skin’s natural oils.

4.  To apply bronzer evenly, mix a small amount of bronzer with a moisturizer cream and apply to face as you would regular moisturizer.

5.  To make split ends less noticeable apply a heavy hair repair cream to lock in moisture before and after blow drying or flat ironing your hair.

6.  To avoid greasy hair apply conditioner to the ends of your hair and not directly to the hair’s roots.

7.  Dabbing a small amount of toothpaste onto a zit will quickly dry it up.

8.  Make sure to clean all beauty tools at least once a week to ensure no bacteria growth.

9. Replace old products regularly to keep effectiveness at an all time high and keep bacteria growth down.

10. Simply scrub your foot with a pumice sponge each morning in the shower to keep your feet soft and clean. Once you step out of the shower apply moisturizer to your feet. This will increase the amount of time you can go without a pedicure.

Simple beauty tips like these ten can help you maintain the skin and appearance you long for. Beauty is not only found by using makeup and covering your skin but bringing out your natural beauty. Everybody has natural beauty, these tips only help embrace the beauty.

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http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/05/15/top-beauty-tips_n_1519127.html

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