Saturday, August 4, 2012
Thursday, July 19, 2012
To-be brides often apply chemical henna on their hands and arms,as it lends a blackish hue.But not all of us know that harmful chemicals like kerosene are mixed in henna.The henna literally peel off after about two weeks.What's more, it can cause skin complaints too. it's best to use the traditional henna, which may not give a dark shade, but whose aroma lasts for almost a month!
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Friday, July 13, 2012
''Opt for waterproof eye make-up that will not run and will keep your eyes looking great.Avoid applying heavy foundation as a base in this humid weather.Most foundation tend to create creases and become runny.Instead,opt for a good quality moisturizer with SPF and finish on top with dry pressed powder.For your lips, a tinted lipgloss is a better option to heavy loaded lipsticks in the monsoon; you can also try lip balms.Keep your lips moisturised with slight colour but don't forget to keep it light... for best lip balm check my blog click the link below http://beautydiybeez.blogspot.in/2012/06/nivea-fruity-shine-strawberry-shimmer.html
You should rinse your face well after using scrub both for oily and dry skin to ensure great monsoon skin.
For tanned, dark skin : If your skin is sun damaged,clean it with a mixture of milk,honey and lemon juice and use a sunscreen regularly.This will not only remove the tanning from your damaged area but will leave your skin smooth and glowing and prevent further ultraviolet rays damage to the skin.
Feet : This season, mud may get accumulated in nails easily. Wash your feet with warm water and an antiseptic soap or liquid cleanser to remove the germs that may cause bacterial or fungal infections. Keep your nails trimmed and remove the dirt from beneath them with a cotton-tipped orange stick. Then dab the feet with a good quality moisturizer. But, remember not to apply it between the toes. Avoid wearing closed shoes or boots during monsoon, as water gets clogged in them and this may lead
to fungal infection. Instead, wear water-resistant sandals or flip-flops.
To keep your feet free from perspiration, wear shoes or sneakers that have a porous surface. This will help enable proper circulation of air, letting your skin breathe.
Pedicure at home :''You can pamper your feet with beauty treatments but if you don't have that much time, a short pedicure at home may also serve the purpose. Wash your feet with warm water. Dab some lemon juice on tissue papers and rub the feet with it to remove the odour and germs.Rines. Scrub them thoroughly to remove the dead cells. Soak your feet in warm water with salt for 10 minutes. This not only cleans the feet but also helps relax the tired muscles. Add shampoo (a few drops) in warm water and now soak your feet in it.Apply moisturiser and wear a pair of clean socks for better absorption of the moisturiser overnight.