As the adage goes, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” The main ingredient to feeling beautiful is doing whatever makes you feel the best! Read this article to get some tips on how to put your best face and body forward, and let your inner beauty show on the outside.
Instead of spending heaps of cash for a luxury moisturizer, consider trying coconut oil. Virgin coconut oil easily penetrates the skin providing soothing moisture, while at the same time reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. This also assists in treating certain skin conditions, including eczema, psoriasis and acne, because of the anti-bacterial and natural anti-fungal properties it possesses.
If you are heading out after a long day, quickly apply matte powder to oily areas. This will freshen up your face. Putting just a little bit of shimmery make-up on your cheeks will also subtly enhance the appearance of your cheekbones.
Use a creamy rose colored blush to soften the bone structure of your face. With your fingers, put the blush on the top of the cheek, then use a gentle tugging motion to spread out the color up toward your temples.
To make small eyes appear larger, try lining your lower waterline with a white or peach colored eyeliner. By lightening the color of your waterline so it blends better with the white part of your eye, you can create the illusion that your eyes are larger and brighter than they really are.
A little handy tip is to combine foundation with a little moisturizer, as it will make your foundation last longer. This also provides you with a healthy glow versus a “cakey” appearance and adds SPF to your skin.
Use a deep conditioner at least once a week for extra soft and healthy hair. Pick one day of the week to take a bath and read a magazine or listen to music while the deep conditioner soaks into your hair before rinsing. Many hair product lines include a matching deep conditioner.
Take care not to over tweeze your eyebrows. Repeated over-plucking can result in areas where hair refuses to grow back, resulting in bald spots. If you have already developed bare spots in your brows, fill in the areas with a brow pencil temporarily while applying a product to regrow the hair.
Use cocoa butter on stretchmarks and scars. Cocoa butter is a beauty treatment with roots in ancient times. It has long been known to normalize skin-tone, and to make your skin more resilient. Cocoa butter has a small price-tag, and is available almost anywhere you can buy lotions or creams.
Go on a detox diet once a month to maximize your beauty routine. You may not realize how many toxins are building up in your body on a daily basis. If you do not remove them regularly, they just sit in your body, and may later negatively affect your health.
If your favorite color nail polish is getting empty and a bit tacky, add a few drops of nail polish remover to give it new life! You don’t have to throw away a half empty bottle of nail lacquer, just mix in a small amount of regular remover, shake well and your old polish will work like new again.
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!
Beauty is important to many people, and can be a great source for high self-esteem. While appearance is only one part of beauty, doing whatever makes you feel you look your best is a big step in the right direction. Remember the tips in this article to start showing your inner beauty!