Cold, dry winter weather is basically your skin’s worst enemy. Unsurprisingly, it’s not so friendly to your hair either.
Your natural hair texture will look gorgeous in an icy platinum blonde hue.
Stretch marks are a natural part of life, but for some people, they’re an unwanted nuisance that must be minimized or eliminated. And while there are a lot of products and procedures that claim to make stretch marks go away, most won’t help.
The one skincare step most of us find easy to follow is moisturizing – it’s pretty simple, right? Well, that’s where you can go SO wrong – a badly chosen formula and careless application can actually cause breakouts and skin sagging. Seriously, there’s a method of getting the most from your moisturizer, and it’s all about getting the time, formula, and technique just right. Don’t worry though, we’ve got you covered; if you follow these steps you’ll be getting so much more from your moisturizer, and you’ll see the difference in your skin in no time at all.
Dry skin has its fair share of problems, from a constant feeling of itchiness and irritation to the fear of wrinkles at an early age. While this is a common problem, not everyone seems to be aware of the right kind of dry skin care. If you, like so many others are looking for effective home remedies for dry skin, you’ve come to the right place.
1. Banana and Egg Hair Treatment
Looking for a little more shine in your hair? Simply mix one egg and a mashed up banana. Apply it as a thick paste to your hair and leave it on for 10 – 30 minutes. Wash it our doing your usual hair washing ritual (if you usually use a store-bought conditioner you’ll probably only need to condition the ends). And voila! Super simple, and all natural, beauty tip.
1. Nourish your skin
Playing trial and error with your cleansing products can harm your skin; the products may have ingredients that counteract each other, resulting in breakouts and other skin problems. Remember—flawless skin makes it much easier to apply foundation and other makeup products, resulting in gorgeous makeup.
1. Lemon juice:
Lemon juice is a boon that just keeps giving – aside from having amazing effects on your digestion, energy and teeth, lemon juice has also been used for many years for skin whitening. It contains properties that mildly bleach your skin and exfoliate its top layer. Pure lemon juice can be very strong for the skin, so add one part water to one part lemon juice and dab it all over your face with a cotton pad. Wash it with warm water 15 minutes later. A few important things to remember – only apply this mixture 2-3 times a week, always moisturise afterwards and wash it off thoroughly before going out in the sun.
1. For dull, oily and combination skin
Massage the skin with iced yoghurt and sprinkle some sugar along with it. Now take orange halves and scrub gently until the granules melt. Wash the face with iced water and see the difference.
Just as its name suggests, a pear-shaped body type is typically narrow at the shoulders and wider from that point down. The slighter torso versus a larger bum/thigh/hip area makes for some pretty interesting experiences.