I’ve posted 30 Monday Beauty Tips on my blog now so I thought now was a good time to do a ‘best of’ post where I share my favorite beauty tips with you. Here are my top 5..
Monday Beauty Tip #1: Don’t neclect the neck
Our necks have the same delicate skin as our faces, so I suggest that anything you do to your face, you do to your neck as well. So remember, your daily beauty regime doesn’t sop at your chin. It should carry on all the way down to your collarbone. Your neck needs to be cleansed, moisturized and protected form the sun just as much as you face. You’ll regret it if you don’t.
Monday Beauty Tip #9: White Nails
Frequent use of dark nail polish are one of the main factors causing yellow nails. Don’t hide your nails by applying more polish, fix the problem by making a simple, homemade moisturizing whitening bath for your nails. Get a bowl with plenty of lemon juice that cover your nails. Dip your nails in the bowl, and keep them there for about two minutes.
Monday Beauty Tip #28: Cut Open Tube Before Throwing Away
It can be both sad and expensive to run out of a product you love, so today’s tip is to cut open those tubes of creams, shampoos, conditioners and get out every last drop. I usually cut a near-empty tube of product in half and then use a makeup brush to transfer what’s left into a small, clean, jar with a lid to buy myself few more days.
Monday Beauty Tip #2: Clean Your Cell Phone
Remember to clean your cell phone often, as holding your cell phone close to your face can be causing bacteria to spread and giving you breakouts on your cheeks. The simplest way to prevent oil and bacteria from spreading from your cell phone to your skin is to clean it regularly – best case once a day. Not only will this keep bacteria or germs from sticking to your screen, but it will also prevent the build-up of oil.
Monday beauty Tip #16: Change Your Pillowcase Often
Changing your pillowcase more often can help you prevent unnecessary breakouts. Your pillowcase collects all kinds of dirt that can clog your pores over time, it can be everything from conditioner residue left on your hair or facial creams, to sweat and drool. That’s why dermatologists recommend you to change your pillowcase at least once a week, or more if you’re acne-prone. For those with oily skin and hair, or for those who experience night sweats, it is recommended to change sheets two to three times a week.
Feel free to leave your best beauty tip in the comments below! :)