Beauty trends come and go over the years, as do make-up looks and must-have hairstyles. That said there are always some go-to beauty tips and tricks that will stand the test of time. These tips can be anything from at-home hacks to expensive aesthetics and here is a list of some of the best.
Put eye creams in the fridge
Your eye cream is designed to help moisturize, reduce inflation and combat red and puffy eyes. In theory, this is done by the cream cooling the skin, so why not give it an extra boost and keep your eye cream cool and refrigerated? Especially in the summer months. Not only is this a great hack to get the most out of your eye cream it will leave your skin feeling soothed and refreshed. What is more, you can almost see the results as they happen.
A stunning smile
Smiling is infectious and it is instantly mood-boosting. Moreover, research shows that those who smile more are generally considered to be more attractive, simply by way of the feel-good effect a smile can have. To maximize your smile and share the joy. Here are some ways you can get a stunning smile;
- Keep your teeth clean and bright. Brush twice a day to keep them naturally clean but if the effects of coffee and red wine are hard to undo consider an at-home teeth whitening kit.
- Don’t underestimate bold lipstick. Make your smile stand out with a noticeable lipstick.
- Consider dental veneers. If you don’t like your teeth or think there is room for improvement, consider a procedure such as dental veneers.
- Never forget a lip balm. Avoid dry, cracked, and sore lips by always ensuring you have a lip balm on hand.
Always use SPF
Sunscreen should be your beauty regime’s best friend, even in the winter months. You can spend all the money you like on expensive anti-aging creams but there is no cream more effective than sunscreen. Using sunscreen on your face daily will protect your skin from UVA and UVB rays and in turn, this will help to protect your skin from wrinkles and dark age spots, and of course against skin cancer also.
Relying on the sunscreen that is built into your moisturizer or makeup is not enough. Be sure to add sunscreen to your routine after you have applied your moisturizer but before you apply your makeup. You do not need to worry about the sunscreen causing breakouts as there are a plethora of sunscreens for the face that are specially designed to combat the risk of breakouts.
Always remove your makeup
This is a beauty essential that you cannot afford to overlook. Leaving your makeup on will block up your skin and lead to irritation, redness, and breakouts. Your skin needs a chance to breathe and to be thoroughly cleansed of all the makeup, creams, and daily pollution it is exposed to. Wash your face every night and follow this up with a cleanser to clean your face as much as possible.