Springtime is here! I love watching the entire world start to come back to life after a long, cold winter! Below are four beauty tips for you to start in spring:
Winter wardrobes lend themselves to dramatic and heavy makeup. During springtime, though, lighten up your skin care routine to include lighter/brighter shadows, bronzer for cheeks and shiny, glossy pink or melon lips. Visit a department store makeup counter to get some advice on how to dress your face for spring. Discover new trends and colors, and find out which will work best for your skin tone. Source: SheKnows
Use Serums Instead of Moisturizers
Skin can get oily a lot quicker during the warmer months. A great way to combat this is to ditch the moisturizer, which can leave your skin a bit greasy, and use a lighter serum. They actually penetrate the skin better than moisturizers do, and still hydrate. Try Restorsea Renormalizing Serum. Source: Cosmopolitan
Use Facial Cleansing Brush and Vitamins
If you haven’t already, start using a Facial Cleansing Brush! Winter has been harsh to the skin and adding a facial cleansing brush to your beauty routine will repair the skin and prep it for light, breezy spring weather! We like the Clarisonic Facial Brush and the Conair True Glow Sonic Skincare Solution Brush.
Also, vitamins help repair your beauty from within. If you haven’t already started, begin to add Vitamin B3 to resolve redness in the skin, Vitamin C for blemishes, Vitamin E to add moisture. Winter is a pro at adding redness and blemishes to our lovely faces, and taking away moisture. Source: HuffingtonPost
Prepare for Hair Removal
If, like many women, you’ve paid a lot less attention to body hair during winter months, you may be facing a major de-fuzzing come spring and summer. According to beauty expert Claudia Spagnolo, among the best things you can do for your skin is a full-body exfoliating scrub before you do any hair removal treatments.
“If you use a mild natural ingredient like brown sugar to gently, and I repeat, gently rub your body several days before having a waxing or chemical hair removal, you’ll loosen and remove dead skin cells, which will not only make your hair removal easier but also safer”. Do not however, use any body scrub or exfoliation product the day of your treatment — even your faux tan. The best time to pretreat, she says, is 24 hours to 48 hours prior to your hair removal or tanning. Source: WebMD
If you want to learn more beauty tricks that you can turn to as you prepare for warmer weather, please call us.
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