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Posted July 11, 2014
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Hello, girls! Looking for some great beauty care tips? Look no further!
•Face Tips• <br>
*The Perfect Face Wash* <br>
I'd recommend doing this every night, using a good face cleanser like Cetaphil. Do this over your bathroom sink, and beforehand fill up the sink halfway with warm water. <br>
First, pull your hair back into a half ponytail to get your hair out of the way, and if you have bangs, clip those back too. <br>
Start by splashing your face with the warm water. Once your face is wet, get the cleanser and squirt sone into your palm. Then, rub your hands together to make subs before you work the cleanser onto your face. Never use a washcloth, and press slightly upwards in circles, trying to avoid going directly downwards. <br>
Don't forget to wash under your chin and around your hairline. Under your bangs and on your forehed, on either side of your nose, and your chin are the most oily parts of your face. Makes sure to spread the cleaner evenly around. Splash more warm water onto your face to rinse it off. Once it is all gone, grab a soft, dry towel and PAT, never, ever rub, your face dry. Done!
*Face the Facts* <br>
Should you squeeze or pop a pimple to make it go away? No way! In fact, squeezing a pimple will only make it more inflamed and may lead to infection(Gross!). Your finger may help spread germs to areas nearby, as well.
•Nail Tips• <br>
*Mani Time!* <br>
Here's how to give your hands and nails the perfect treat that they need - give them a manicure! First, remove any old polish with a cotton ball and nail-polish remover. The kind that nourishes your nails in the process is great! <br>
Get a nice bowl of warm, soapy water and put your hands inside, soaking them for a minute or two. When done, take them out and clip your nails if needed. <br>
Soak your hands again for a minute, then remove them and pat dry with a towel. Rub hand lotion ir olive oil on your hands and cuticles. Put your hands into plastic sandwich bags, and wrap them with a warm, wet towel for about two minutes. Take them out, and...heLLO, lovely hands and nails!
Give your tired toes and soles a beauty break. First, soak your feet in warm water for 5 minutes, then pat dry with a towel. Clip nails that are too long straight across with a pair of clippers. (Always clip toenails when wet. They're softer and easier to cut.) <br>
Rub an emery board over the edges of the white parts of your toenails to shape them. Don't round off the edges, or the nails could become ingrown. Rub a nailbrush behind the white parts of your toenails to remove any dirt or lint. Gently brush the tops of your nails to remove any dead skin from around the nails. Finally, rub moisturizer onto your feet to ease dryness and to soften your soles. Slip on a pair of cotton socks for 30 minutes - your feet will thank you!
*A Perfect Polish* <br>
Need some tips on painting your nails? I'm here to help. First, roll the bottle of polish in your palms to get rid of those air bubbles. When you open it and take out the brush, wipe off the brush on the inside of the edge of the bottle before you paint. Apply the first brushstroke in the middle of the nail, and add strips on the other side. <br>
You may need to add a second coat depending on the consistency of the polish. I always do to ensure that I get at least a few days before it starts to chip.