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How to Take Care of Yourself and Your Beauty Products
In today’s glamorous world, large range of beauty products are using for a stylish and unique look, they are too good but came with a lot of side-effects. Here are a few tips on how to take care of yourself and your beauty products:
- Save yourself the hassle of packing extra items by bringing travel-size containers of your beauty and skincare products. This will give you more room to pack other things.
- Recycle your skincare products to be more Earth-friendly. Opt for skincare, cosmetic and other beauty products that offer refillable containers. Keep your cosmetic products intact by keeping them out of direct sunlight and make sure the lids are tightly shut when not in use. Also avoid sharing cosmetics, since this can be unsanitary.
- Keep a close eye on your cosmetic products. Be sure to note if your products suddenly contain a foul odor, change colors or change its consistency. Chances are it’s gone bad so throw it out.
- Clean tools like eyelash curlers, nail tools, and curling irons by taking a cotton ball soaked in vinegar or alcohol and gently wipe the surface. Clean your blow dryer with a toothbrush to clean out the grill.
- Don’t spend money on new makeup sponges just wash them instead of throwing them away after each use.
- Don’t throw away your old contact lens cases – these can be used as makeshift travel containers that can be used to store small amounts of eye cream or moisturizer if you’re making an overnight trip.
- Find time in your schedule when you have more than an hour to devote to the spa.
- Any product, organic or not, may have its effectiveness compromised by being exposed to extreme hot or cold temperatures. Store your products in a safe place kept at constant room temperature.
- Replace cosmetics every 8-12 weeks. Products that come in close contact with the eyes, such as mascara and eyeliner, should be renewed every 6 weeks since bacteria are very easily spread here.
- Geranium leaves, oak bark, pine needles, and sunflower leaves are all known for the astringent properties. Look for these ingredients in the products you buy, and experiment on your own.
- Vitamins A, D, and E, aloe vera, hyaluronic acid, and squalene, give off a healthier and smoother appearance while moisturizing. Be on the lookout for such ingredients when you go shopping for lotion or moisturizer.
- Since being a sports mom mean being on the go, learn to love ponytails. There are a variety of sexy ponytail styles you can try at home. Your beauty routine should not only work for you, but it should also be practical.
- Add a few hints of sparkle to your peepers by using a few touches of larger glitter pieces and placing them on the inner and outer corner of your eyes. Or you can affix each spec of glitter along your lash line.
- Add a touch of glitter to your lips if you’d rather play up your lips than your eyes. You can find lip colors already infused with glitter and shimmer or layer on your regular lipstick and top with glittery gloss.
- To build up thin brows, try some eye shadow in a shade close to your brows. Apply it with an angled brush to fill in thin areas. Be sure not to go too dark with the shadow to keep the look natural.
- Since blemishes are raised, they cast a shadow when the light hits them. To combat this, apply one shade darker than your skin to the top of the blemish and one shade lighter than your skin to the bottom.
- Many scrubs contain aromatic essential oils: geranium tightens and tones skin, chamomile is calming for sensitive skin, sage soaks up oily skin and eucalyptus does some serious sinus-clearing.
- When choosing anti-wrinkle creams, you’ll have to decide between natural and synthetic. Choose products with vitamin C or E for natural formulas and Alpha/Beta Hydroxyl or Odobenine for synthetic.
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