Beauty and Skin care

Anyone can be beautiful. Really. It just takes a little knowledge.

Do you know?

• That some make-up colors could add 10 years to your looks?

• That there's a best time of day to treat cellulite?

• That you can eat your way to better looking skin?

• That knowing your nail type is as important as knowing your skin type?

• That whether your hair is curly or straight is more important than if it's dry or greasy in helping it look good?

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Want to look polish? Follow these quick beauty tips

Apply it light and rightUsing the right products, you can achieve a polished look just minutes before company arrives. Keep your makeup routine simple and light.

Face base
Begin by using a product that gives you a healthy glow like , any oil-free, lightweight skin-brightening lotion that can be worn alone or mixed with foundation. Dust on some lightweight powder to set your base layer and prevent excess shine. If you are not comfortable using a liquid product on your skin

Shining eyes
Looking polish is the time for all-out glamour, so keep matte eye shadows for the office. For younger skin, choose shadows with frost; for mature skin, choose satin finishes that won’t highlight fine lines

Lash out
Dare to be different by trying on a pair of false eyelashes.

Get lippy
To finish the look, ditch time-consuming lip liners and lipstick for a luscious lip gloss that can be quickly reapplied between courses. Sleeks natural lip shine comes highly recommended.

Water wonderful
You can’t look your best with lotions and foundations alone — beauty begins with looking after what is under your skin. Drink up to eight glasses a day. This beauty booster not only flushes away oils from the skin, it helps the skin’s surface get rid of toxins and encourages skin-cell renewal.

Eat and look sweet
For more beauty boosters, ensure your diet includes antioxidants, these help rid the body of free radicals, which attack cell membranes, resulting in premature aging. Fruits and vegetables. oolong, green tea and pomegranate juice are great sources of antioxidants.

Give moisturizer a hand
Hands that are constantly dipping into water need added protection, There’s a need to embrace the use of hand creams. A lot of women neglect their hands , yet this is the first part of the body that begins to show signs aging. –Do look for products containing silicone and/or glycerin

Beam with a sound skin regime
The weather can dry out skin, leaving it itchy and flaky. A simple routine that includes cleansing, toning and moisturizing, is recommended look for products specifically made for your skin type. Most importantly, when moisturizing skin that will be exposed to winter sun, ensure the products you use contain a minimum SPF of 15.



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