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Published on: 03 Feb 2017 by lisiana
“Magic’s in the makeup,” Gwen Stefani used to sing as the lead vocalist of No Doubt. We say if you do it just right, it does work up magic in your favor. Too much of it and your beauty goes “poof”. Needless to say (we hope), you know that there’s got to be more out of beautiful skin than just constantly having to create a cover to hide all of those skin imperfections that you could have otherwise just gotten rid of — permanently.
The more beautiful way to treat your skin.
Looking for a more out-of-the-box Valentine’s Day beauty idea you’ve probably never tried before? It will be easy to find totally outrageous beauty and makeup tutorials that can take you anywhere from one-step up to 30 steps of creating a new look come February 14th. You know what, Girl? That may not be what you need.
Beautiful skin come Valentine’s can’t be a simple, overnight solution. Frankly, all your skin really needs are simple solutions but, the positive difference they create is impossible to achieve overnight. Truth is, beautiful skin happens when you do good things to it on a more regular basis — that’s the best way to treat your skin.
If it’s the first time in a long time that this advice really struck you hard, and yet Valentine’s Day is coming up in just a week’s time, don’t panic. Outlined below are some quick and easy solutions for you to achieve your most beautiful self before your scheduled V-Day date. Here’s the deal:
Tip No. 1:
Treat your skin according to your skin type. Don’t take shortcuts. Finally sit, observe and figure out whether that skin of yours is predominantly oily, dry or normal. It’s also possible to have combination skin. Take note that your skin may also misbehaving due to prevalent weather conditions which is also a significant factor to consider for this purpose.
Once you’ve figured out what your skin type is, make sure that you have a skincare regimen and an armory of beauty products formulated to match your skin type. Start treating.
Tip No. 2:
Praise your assets. Most of us are only good at identifying our flaws — the blemish on your cheek, that zit on your forehead, or those wrinkles out of the corners of your eyes. Please! It’s time to put an end to this shaming scheme and appreciate the beautiful assets that you have. It could be that strong nose or those cute freckles or your bushy eyebrows. Sometimes, the most beautiful detail on your face is the one that makes you who you are.
Tip No. 3:
Focus on better skin health. Rather than exerting your effort towards making your skin beautiful, how about making achieving healthier skin your new goal? You know what, with healthy skin, beautiful skin is sure to follow. Clinique sunscreen reviews reveal actual benefits your skin can derive just by merely amping up your personal sun protection practices. So, why not start with that?
Tip No. 4:
Start thinking of your skin and hair as part of a larger system — your body. With so many product marketing and advertising telling us that one application or 20 days of continuous, regular use can magically make our skin or hair magically more gorgeous, it’s easy to forget that we’re dealing with parts of our body.
Taking on a more systemic, more holistic mindset about getting more beautiful skin and hair will prompt you to lead a healthier lifestyle. Truly, what you put into your body and what you do to it eventually show up on your hair and skin.
Tip No. 5:
Work up your self-confidence. Take a look at the women whose looks you admire. Most of them, frankly, are not born beautiful. How many of them have confessed to being bullied as a child for their stout figure or their awkward chin? People will always love to pick on other people’s flaws. What does make a difference is how confident you are in your own skin. Wear a big confidence this Valentine’s Day and people will take notice of a certain air of difference in you.
Tip No. 6:
Use makeup sparingly. Don’t make your V-Day look all about makeup. Be the entire package: be pretty in your own way, be mesmerizingly beautiful, be bubbly and be confident.
Follow these six steps and you know you really don’t have to impress your date but have a fun time for yourself. That’s a tall order.