Simple Solutions To Common Beauty Problems

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We can spend a lot of time and money on trying to look beautiful, but sometimes our best efforts are for naught. No matter what we try and do, we can still struggle to get the look we are after. Well, fear not, as we are here to help. While we can’t predict all your beauty problems, there are some that are common to all of us. We will take a look at them here, and hopefully, you will find some solutions to issues you may have been struggling with.

Your makeup brush doesn’t last for long

Your brushes will last for a lot longer if you take care of them. If you don’t wash them after use, the residue makeup will damage the bristles. You should clean your brushes at least once a month using regular detergent to break down any built up oils. Then lay the brush down on a paper towel to dry. If you put them upright in a pot or cup, the water will drip down and rot the glue holding the bristles in place.

You waste money on the wrong makeup

There are loads of products on the shelf, but not all of them will be right for you. To help you make the right choices, this is possibly the best makeup blog online. Knowledge is power, so they say, and this blog will help you make an informed choice the next time you go shopping for your lipsticks and mascaras.

You put the wrong foods on your face

There are loads of websites offering homemade beauty products using food. We have already told you about the dangers of using lemons for example, as this bitter fruit will damage the skin. There are better items in your pantry which will make your skin glow, such as strawberries and bananas, so do your research before applying anything to your face.

Your bed sheets are stained with your self-tanner

You don’t want to wake up in a bright orange bed, so don’t give yourself a self-tan late in the day. Focus on the morning, and then rinse yourself off in the shower four hours later to remove the outer layer of the bronzer. If you do self-tan just before bedtime, use a makeup brush layered with baby powder to dust your skin and remove any residue.

Your beauty sleep is anything but

If you are waking up with bags under your eyes and lines on your face, then you are not giving yourself enough shut-eye. You need at least 7 hours sleep a night to allow your skin to replenish itself and give you the healthy glow you are looking for when you awake. Be sure to wash off your makeup before you hit the pillow as well; otherwise, it will clog your pores and leave your skin looking blotchy and dry.

Bottom line

We hope our simple tips helped. There is a lot of other advice online, so consult the experts and solve the beauty problems common to you.


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Aprill Coleman is an award-winning beauty, lifestyle and wellness blogger and freelance writer based in Jackson, Mississippi.

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