Beauty

In our Beauty Page, you will find products for every skin type to keep your skin looking healthy. Here you can find moisturisers, face masks, face scrubs, bb creams, body scrubs, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, hair masks, hair spray and styling products, lip balm, lip scrub, cleanser toner.
Look out for some tips on how to make your own masks and scrubs at home with ingrediants you’ll find in your kitchen cupboard.


Before you look at any product, find out what type of skin you have and if it is suitable for your skin type. I will list the five most common skin types.



Normal Skin Type
If you have normal skin type, you're lucky to have skin that has a good balance and the right amounts of water and lipids. Normal Skin has:
• No or few imperfections • No severe sensitivity • Barely visible pores • A radiant complexion

Dry Skin Type
Dry Skin can produce:
• Almost invisible pores • Dull, rough complexion • Red patches • Less elasticity • More visible lines

When exposed to drying factors, skin can flake, crack, peel or become itchy, irritated or inflamed. If your skin is very dry, it can become rough and scaly, especially on the backs of your hands, arms and legs.
Dry skin may be caused or worsened by: Genetics, Ageing or changes in hormones, weather such as wind, sun or cold or ultraviolet (UV) radiation., Indoor heating, long hot baths and showers, Ingredients in soaps, cosmetics or cleaning agents and Medications.

Here are some tips for taking better care of dry skin: • Take shorter showers and baths, no more than once daily
• Use mild, gentle soaps or cleansers. Avoid deodorant soaps.
• Don’t scrub while bathing or drying
• Apply a rich moisturiser right after bathing. Ointments and creams may work better than lotions for dry skin. Reapply as needed throughout the day.
• Use a humidifier and don’t let indoor temperatures get too hot.
• Buy natural cleaning products
• Wear gloves when using cleaning agents, solvents, or house detergents

Combination Skin Type
A combination skin type can be dry or normal in some areas, and oily in others, such as the T-zone. The T-zone is the nose, forehead and chin area. A common skin type, combination may benefit from slightly different types of skin care in different areas.
Combination skin can produce; Overly dilated pores, blackheads, and shiny skin.
This type of skin results from genetic or hormonal factors that cause an imbalance in how much and where lipids are produced. It can also vary, depending on the weather.






#HairGoals

If you talk about beauty and being attractive the first thing that comes to your mind after a flawless skin is beautiful and shinny hair. In order to approach and eventually achieve the cause, the first and the main thing you need to do is to follow a proper hair care regimen. It is important to give some time and care to your hair which it deserves and requires because our hair plays a really essential role in our overall appearance and look. They are the outcast of how an individual's personality is like.

If you are spending more and more time on styling your hair, they are more likely to get broken, damaged and dry. You should take care towards the health and growth of your hair regularly. It is better to have an elegant hairstyle with nourished hair than having the worst hair look with no care what so ever.




11 Tips for A girl to look after her Nails



1. She keeps her hands very clean
Before you do anything, it's important to make sure your nails and the skin around them are thoroughly dirt-free. Then remove all traces of your last color with an acetone-free remover (anything else unnecessarily dries out your nail). Applying soap to a toothbrush, then gently scrubbing your nails and skin. This will remove dirt and exfoliate any dead skin without the need for harsh, drying chemicals or expensive scrubs.

2. She's always gentle
Your nails are delicate, and scrubbing them too roughly can actually expose you to infection. Another no-no: Using metal nail tools under the nail, as too much digging under the nail plate will cause it to separate from the skin, leading to an irregular white arching nail tip.

3. She trims regularly
Regular trims are as important to your nails as they are to your hair. So set aside time to clip them every two weeks, adjusting to more or less often once you see how your nails respond.

4. She values health over length
Long nails are beautiful, but if you're someone who has struggled with snags or breakage, It is recommended that you keep your nails short — at least to start out with. A shorter style with a rounded edge tends to be easier to manage and looks neater, so you can focus on building strength without worrying about anything else. As long as each nail is uniform in shape and matches its nine neighbors, you won't miss the added length.

5. She always has an emery board on hand
If you're someone whose work or gym routine causes a lot of wear and tear, keeping a nail file handy to smooth away any rough edges that happen on the spot. The best way to do it? Work in one direction with the grain of your nail for a smoother finish.

6. She doesn't cut her cuticles
The cuticle has a very important purpose to serve: It seals the area at the base of the nail. So when you cut or remove the cuticle, it breaks that seal of protection, leaving you vulnerable to bacteria and the possibility of infection. The better you are at leaving cuticles alone, the more your nails will thank you. But if you're dead set on messing with them then gently pushing back the cuticle once a week with a wooden orange stick after getting out of the shower, then massaging them with a cuticle cream or thick, creamy lotion.

7. She takes care of her tools
Disinfecting your nail tools between uses is just as important as regularly cleaning your makeup brushes, and for the same reason — bacteria. To keep your nails happy and infection-free washing metal tools with soap and water and then wiping with rubbing alcohol. And don't forget to regularly replace disposable tools like emery boards. There's no reason to continue using a tattered tool when it's so easy to rotate in a new one.

8. She never forgets to use base coat
Painting your nails at home is no excuse to cut corners by skipping the base coat. This step not only protects the nail from being stained by the polish, but also helps the color look more saturated and opaque with just one coat. And if you really want to take things to the next level, Adding a coat of clear gloss between each layer to add extra shine and protection.

9. She reads the labels
Just as with makeup and skincare, not all nail polish brands are created equal, so make sure you're buying or using a good product steer clear of polishes containing toxic chemicals like dibutyl phthalate, formaldehyde, and toluene, as these toxins can contribute to brittleness, splitting, and cracking.

10. She seals the deal with a top coat
Don't think you're squirming your way out of using top coat, either. This step is just as important, as the top coat seals in the polish's color and adds a much-needed gloss finish to your digits, adding another top coat layer every three days to decrease chipping, so you'll get the most out of your manicure. Seriously, what's the point of spending all that time painting your nails if it only lasts a day?

11. She indulges in acrylic or gel treatments sparingly
Any nail expert you talk to is going to do their best to steer you away from acrylic or gel manicures — as long-lasting and convenient as they are because they're very hard on the nail. But if you're dead set on getting them, there are some ways to minimize the damage to your hands and nails. The main issue with a gel manicure is the exposure to UV light in the drying device, which can damage the skin below and around the nail, leading to an increased risk of cancer. To help reduce that risk, Applying a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 to 50 before the procedure to help block the damage. Or you can try special gloves that expose only the nails themselves, shielding the rest of your hands from the harmful UV rays.