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Winter is a wonderful time of the year – holidays, warm fires, crisp air, and for many, fresh fallen snow. But the colder temperature and lower humidity affect the condition of your skin and hair. Here are some suggestions for protecting your skin and hair:
Got combination skin? This is a common skin type – it’s the kind that can be both oily and dry at the same time. If you’re not sure whether yours is either only oily or dry, here’s a guide to help you determine if you’re a Combo girl. (made that up.:)
Often, due to the dry, cold winter weather, our feet become dry, cracked or callused. This common problem can escalate from red, itchy and blotchy skin to painful cracks and calluses in the heels which in turn can lead to infections.
A freshly washed face, concealed with compact or foundation; a blush to lift up those cheek bones; a lipstick to highlight the shape of the lips and possibly make it look bigger or smaller; eyeliner applied to highlight the eyes and also covered with eye shadow in the background; preferably with a colour that matches the outfit; eyelash extensions or eyelashes covered with volume enhancing mascara, hair straightened/curled and sprayed so it stays still; nails done with polish again preferably matching the outfit; armpits and legs shaved and free from even a speck of body hair; high heels to look taller. When I mentioned all this, what was the first thing that came to your mind?
Greasy hair, dry hair, dandruff, psoriasis of the scalp? Do you have an itching head or an unexplained rash? Do you just wear a hat to hide your hair most of the time?
Eating fruits that are red or orange in color will help improve you skin health and help to prevent acne. Here are the fruits you should be eating.
You count your calories, are very particular about your diet, let only the best products touch your skin. You take no chances when it comes to your beauty. However, did you know the fancy cosmetic products that you have been stocking up on have ingredients that do more damage to your skin than good? Here are 6 such ingredients that are bad news for your skin.
Finding the cure for wrinkles has been prevalent, especially for women, since Cleopatra’s era. Although many products have been developed and advanced over the past centuries, few if any can actually boast being “the cure” for this natural aging process. Cleopatra credited her youthful skin to her daily use of milk and honey for washing and bathing her skin.
We all get dull, sallow skin at some point in our lives, even the best skin can misbehave if taken for granted for too long. The reasons for dull skin can vary from one individual to the next from aging to an unhealthy diet. But making a few simple changes to our facial routine and a little bit of discipline in our lifestyle can make a big difference to our complexion.