Check out some beauty tips and products that help you take care of your skin in new ways! Moisturizing is good, but there are so many more things you can do to help defy the looks of aging. If you have any tips that I missed, please feel free to put them in the comments! Click any image to be directed to where to buy each item!
Rose water helps to balance your skins pH and acts as a light moisturizer. Great for touchups throughout the day and works well when you need to even out your skin tone!
Waterproof mascara weakens your eye-lashes, ladies! I usually opt for this Too Faced mascara because it really adds VOLUME. Make sure to replace makeup that goes on your eyes every few months to reduce risk of infection.
Metallic nail polish makes your nails week and brittle causing them to break more easily. My current go to color is white! I love it for all seasons.
You can moisturize all you want, but if you really want to look like you're 40 when you're 80, you need to protect your skin from the sun! It does the most long term damage that you don't notice early on. You'll thank yourself later!
Cleaning your makeup brushes is a commonly skipped step in most people's regimens. If you don't clean your brushes often, bacteria can develop causing breakouts on your face.
This product contains retinoids, which keep your pores clean and your skin tight! Start using products like these in your 20's to ensure long term results.
Invest in a less invasive scrub for your face. You want to be able to cleanse your pores everyday and while a rough scrub often feels relieving, it can end up opening your pores even more making it easier for dirt and grime to get in!
Peels purposely damage skin in order to get the dead skin to slough away. This forces your skin to regenerate new and healthy skin!
Lipsticks can often dry out your lips. If you already have dried lips, the dead skin becomes more visible once you've put on lipstick. avoid this by using a lip scrub before putting on lipstick and a balm or chapstick after taking it off!
People often bypass their hands, elbows, and knees when it comes to moisturizing. Oddly enough, these are some of the first places you'll notice signs of aging! Make sure to get in-between those fingers!
Castor oil is a great addition to a DIY hair mask! Mix it with lavender and peppermint oil to add shine, moisture, and prevent your scalp from getting dried out. It's an easy step to add right after getting out of the shower!
Opt for a comb when brushing wet hair! Hairbrushes tend to pull out hair as your hair follicles are more sensitive and delicate after being removed from warm water. Try rinsing your hair in cold water right before you get out to help close up those follicles!