Being party ready

From buying presents to fattening food, your health and beauty routines can go for a toss during the wedding season. Now it’s time to put things back on track – to tackle your skin and hair and manage your routine before things go beyond control and ruin your season! To ensure that your skin glows with good health, cut out the sweets and fried, rich food.

Look your best this wedding season.

Follow a cleansing routine for the face with a homemade scrub made of sandalwood powder, almonds and lemon peel. Into it, mix whole wheat flour, lemon juice and milk. Apply this all over the face and neck and see your skin glow. A deep cleansing clay mask or a nourishing pack is used to draw out impurities.

neglect your hands and feet. Go for professional manicures and pedicures from
time to time. Start a hand and foot-care routine at home by rubbing your hands
and feet with a mix of two teaspoons sugar and one teaspoon of fresh cream on
lemon halves. Rub until all the granules have melted completely.  Then wash off your hands. Moisturize your
nails daily with nourishing oil or cream. A tiny drop of olive or coconut oil
is a great alternative. Apply hand cream every time you wash your hands. Avoid
using acetone nail polish removers as these can strip the nails of essential moisture.
Choose the conditioning variety of nail polish removers instead.

hair requires special attention too. Go for a hair massage, followed with
steaming and a natural hair pack that will condition and add body to your hair.
If you suffer from tension-induced dandruff, oil your hair with warm coconut
oil and apply the juice of one lemon to the scalp. Shampoo after an hour. If
done twice a week, this will reduce dandruff considerably.

with the oiling routine once a week. Also, if you have an oily scalp, it is important
for you to use a leave-in-conditioner, which reduces oil on the scalp. After
shampoo, take strained tea water and add the juice of lemon to this. Rinse your
hair with this. Do this regularly to get shiny, smooth hair.

a heat-protecting spray before blow-drying and
straightening as you get ready to step out. If your hair is looking dull, then
change your shampoo at once. Avoid brushes that have spiky and rough bristles.

Buy a natural loofah and use it daily on damp skin in the shower
to gently buff dry skin, boost blood flow and exfoliate simultaneously.

Also, remember to keep your back well-toned, cleansed and well
moisturized. After taking a bath or after applying a pack, moisturize your back
with oil on dry skin.

Not getting enough sleep is bad for the skin. To get better sleep
at night, avoid caffeine,  take  a warm water bath and turn off your gadgets.

Party make-up

Cleansing of the face before applying make-up is essential to
allow make-up to stay throughout the party. Cleansing the face with soda
bicarbonate and cold water and applying ice cube for five minutes will ensure the
make-up to stay for long hours.

Always apply concealer with a dry sponge. Foundation should be applied evenly after the concealed. Foundation will prevent the skin from drying in winter if it is mixed with moisturizer and then applied.

Adding some highlighter is a great way to brighten up tired, dull,
winter skin, ensuring that you look great at any festive outing. Simply dab a
bit in the areas you want to draw attention to – cupid bow, cheekbones, and
brow bones. You could even use it over your eye shadow to add some extra

For quick and easy glam look, you an skip the eye make-up and just
apply a bold red lip colour.

For  the  lip 
colour  to  stay 
longer, exfoliate your lips first, before filling in  the whole 
lip with a  lip  liner. Do this before applying some balm on the
top. Blot off the excess balm, before applying a lipstick.

Just make sure you have a solid make-up remover at home to get it
all off before you go to sleep.

Being party ready Being party ready Reviewed by feedvalley on January 05, 2019 Rating: 5

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