Almost every woman – and more than one man – has a well-established personal beauty regimen. There is so much useful advice available in the field that the odds are very good that a few quick tips can significantly improve the effectiveness of a beauty routine. Here are some tips:
Vaseline is great to smooth all over your feet around bedtime. When you wake up in the morning, your feet will be incredibly smooth. Start rubbing your feet every night before going to bed. After applying the Vaseline, keep your feet covered with socks prior to slumber.
While the skin on your face is relatively delicate, the skin all over your body is considerably thicker. Nonetheless, it benefits greatly from exfoliation. Use a body brush with natural bristles to brush your entire body before you enter the bath or shower. This sloughs off dead skin and also increases your circulation.
Rub petroleum jelly into your cuticles every week. This will help to keep your nails as healthy as possible during the day. Keeping your cuticles moisturized will help deter dry, cracked cuticles from forming. Usually you will see results right away as the Vaseline goes to work extremely fast.
If you want to add a pinch of color to your face midday, consider stocking up on a stick of cream blush or a gel-based cheek blusher. Apply a small amount to the apples of your cheek, then blending in circular motions. This keeps your face looking fresh in a natural and easily applied in a manner that is especially flattering.
You can easily exfoliate your face lightly during your daily bath or shower by using a soft, nubby terrycloth or wash rag. This is especially effective if the water is warm, not hot, and only if you are using the cloth for the first time. Never use the same cloth two days in a row as bacteria may build up overnight.
Apply a few tablespoons of sweet almond oil to your warm bath for a relaxing treat that will leave even the roughest, driest skin feeling supple and soft. You can also apply it sparingly to extremely dry and damaged hair – but only on the inch or so above the ends.
When you nail polish starts to thicken up, you can add a few drops of nail polish remover to the bottle to thin it. Shake the bottle well after the addition of the nail polish remover to mix thoroughly and continue your manicure as usual. You should be able to get several more applications from the bottle.
If you blow dry your hair you should use a “hot spray” before you start. All major grocery stores carry this item in their beauty sections. The purpose of the product is to stop split ends occurring in the hair, and will also speed up the drying time. The formula in the protectant will keep your hair hydrated and smelling wonderful!
The processes, techniques and products that make up a personalized beauty regimen need not be expensive or time-consuming. Even though satisfactory beauty results depend on hard work, working smarter can save a lot of time. Tips like the ones above might be valuable keys to getting better results with less effort.