Mar 17, 2012
So lately I have been obsessed with learning little tips and tricks to keep your body healthier! I find that I generally have to use less makeup products and less hair products when I do things preventatively instead of just treating issues I have. So I'm curious now! What are your tips and tricks?
-Keeping your skin in tip top shape
-Caring for your hair
And any other woman to woman advice! :) Please, indulge me ;)
Mar 18, 2012
For my skin I do a scrub once a week and wash it thoroughly every night. Moisturizer is also a must and I always use one with spf during the day.
For my hair I use a hydrating shampoo and conditioner and I use a deep conditioner every other day because my hair is quite dry. I'm very vigilant with heat protectants too.
Eating right is hard but I like a lot of fruit and I try and eat as well as possible but I like to treat myself every once in a while.
In regards to staying healthy, I get up and run in the morning and I do yoga afterwards. I'm in yoga class after school and I'll normally play dance games on my xbox for a bit if I have time in the evening.
Just make sure to do whatever you feel most comfortable with. Hope this helps :)
Mar 19, 2012
An obvious one, but plenty of water. It flushes out your body and skin :)
I use cheap shampoo and conditioner.but once a week I use plamers coconut deep conditioner.pantene is very good,but I cant afford it right now.I use coco butter body lotion for my face every morning.I wash my face with a wet rag first then apply the lotion.I read that spf actually casues cancer.so I dont use lotion with spf in it anymore.I dont know tho,it seems everything this days gives you cancer.but you cant be too careful.drink lots of water,espically in the summer.
Mar 21, 2012
I rarely flat iron my hair and I only ever really blow dry my bangs but when I am letting my hair grow out a bit before a haircut and I see that the ends of my hair are looking a lil worse for wear, I take the little hotel bottles of shampoo/conditioner combos and apply some to the ends. Not too much, about a little smaller than a dime. It glosses them up and smoothes them down some.
Mar 26, 2012
I always get compliments on how clear my skin is and the way I keep my skin in "tip top shape" is by using a face mask every other day :) I use honey, sugar and lemon, mix it, make it into a paste, and apply/massage it onto my skin. Leaves my skin so soft and looking refreshed! I have the tutorial on my channel, you can check it out if you'd like :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_Oq...
Aug 19, 2012
to look good what i do is throw in a hair bow or band or doin a little poof or something i also use bandanas search my bandana trick to see
I use a variant of Lupe's mask as a body scrub. Sugar and lemon juice. Tastes like lemonaide and is wonderfully exfoliating.
The most obvious one. I stay out of the sun. And on the rare occasion I'm out there, I wear a LOT of broad spectrum SPF 50 or higher. That plus a prescription retinoid.
I drink 1 gallon of water daily, work out 4 times a week, eat fruits & veggies daily, stay away from junk food, sugary drinks like soda, especially fast food. Once in awhile i will treat myself but follow it with a good workout to avoid weight gain.
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