Monday, February 3, 2014

Use the right amount of your beauty products

Did you know that using too much of your products could be damaging to your hair and skin? Not to mention, you'll run out sooner. Learn how to get the most out of your beauty products and avoid throwing away money!

Shampoo: You don't need as much product on your ends as you do at the roots. Suprisingly, the suds running down your hair when rinsing is enough to do the trick.
  • Short Hair - 1/2 a teaspoon
  • Long Hair - 1 teaspoon
Foundation: Bottle cap size. Start applying in the center of your face and blend outward. Also blend from your jawline into your neck. Remember, less is more!

Moisturizer: 1/2 a teaspoon. Apply with upward strokes to help stop gravity from taking its course! And if you feel like your skin is still too dry, switch to a stronger moisturizer.

Eye Cream: Pea-Size amount for both eyes. Apply from outer to inner corner under the eyes to help disperse the fluid that causes under-eye puffiness. Dab across crease and brow bone going from inner to outer corner.

Styling Gel: Start with wet hair and apply 2 inches from your roots, blend through all the way to the ends. Apply gel only to your top layer if your hair is dry.
  • Thick hair - 1 teaspoon
  • Thin hair - 1/2 teaspoon
Sunscreen: Divide your body into 3 sections and use 1 teaspoon of sunscreen for each.
  • Face, Neck and Arms
  • Chest, Stomach and Back
  • Legs and Feet

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