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15 Essential Beauty Tips for Teenage Girls

As girls step into the beautiful phase of teenhood, they’re bombarded with countless things to care about which they didn’t before.

They feel the urge to keep up with everything happening around them. Sometimes things can go wrong while experimenting, but that’s how you learn, right?

Grooming yourself is a part of your self-development. Doing it right shouldn’t be a reason that keeps you from doing what you want to. So, here we are with fifteen of our best tips to make your teenage life a little less stressful. Stick with us to discover the right techniques for skincare, beauty, and style to enhance your inner beauty and glow from within.

Know How to Groom Yourself in the Proper Way

Like I mentioned above, grooming is extremely important for girls to look and feel fresh. Here are the things you need to keep in mind, to do it right:

1. Cleanse, Tone and Moisturize

Include cleansing, toning and moisturizing in your everyday skincare routine.

With an appropriate regime, you’ll be able to keep your skin clear from dirt and pollution triggering acne and pimples.

Clean your face with a mild cleanser in the morning and before going to bed. Massage the cleanser in a gentle motion on your face and wash it off with water.

Follow up with mild toner right after your cleanser. The toner will help to open up your pores and let your skin breathe.

Lock everything in with a good moisturizer that helps to hydrate your skin to keep it soft and glowy.

Adopting this CTM regime has proven to work wonders for teenage girls all over the world and still is the best basic skincare method.

2. Scrubbing Your Face and Body

To get rid of the dead skin cells and promote cell regeneration it’s best to use a homemade scrub with sugar as it is gentle for your skin.

To get rid of flaky dead skin cells that make you look unhealthy, you need to exfoliate your skin once a week.

You could use store-bought scrubs that are not harsh on the skin. However, homemade scrubs, as mentioned earlier, works well too.

Like your face, the rest of your body needs proper exfoliation too.
Scrub the shoulders, knees, and back before you take a shower.

3. Basic Hygiene and Grooming

To avoid cuts, shave your legs right after taking a shower. Be careful when you do so, use skin-friendly tools.

If you choose to wax, then do so by wrapping up with a cold bath to soothe your skin.

One of the essential things in grooming is to cut your nails regularly and keep them in a healthy state. You need to cut your fingernails and toenails and keep them clipped.

Use transparent nail polishes to avoid yellow and dirty looking nails or apply a base coat.

4. Get Your Beauty Sleep No Matter What

It’s time to be serious about getting beauty sleep.

We know all that social media and distraction are keeping you awake at night, but it ’s just not worth it.

Your body and brain need to calm down and prepare you for the next day of all the activities you’re going to do, be it studying or hanging out.

A good night’s sleep is a treat to your eyes so that they won’t be appearing dark or swollen.

Tips for the Lips and Hair

Amidst all the attention to our skin, we often forget our lips and hair. Most people don’t even know where to begin. So here it goes:

5. Take Good Care of Your Baby Lips

Your lips need to be moisturized with lip balms or petroleum jelly. You could also apply coconut oil to your chapped lips at night before going to bed. Don’t peel and lick flaky, dry lips as it makes the situation worse.

Lipstick doesn’t look good on chapped lips, so moisturize your lips before applying any matte lipstick. Most lipsticks dry out the delicate skin of the lips.

6. Your Hair Needs Oil

Don’t neglect your hair no matter how busy you are. Make sure you get yourself a hot oil hair massage to strengthen your roots and for nourished hair. Doing this twice a week will keep your scalp healthy.

7. The Conditioner is Essential for your Hair-care

Your hair is exposed to lots of UV damage and pollution. To protect it use conditioner after the shampoo. Apply conditioner to the tips of your wet hair, not your scalp.

8. Be Careful with Hair Colors

Getting your hair colored is definitely fun to think about. But know that hair dye strips off the natural nutrients from your hair.

Go easy on the hair coloring process; it could leave your hair as a disaster if not taken care of properly.

9. Clean Your Hair Properly

When you shampoo, make sure you apply to your scalp. Avoid applying shampoo on the ends of your hair that could take away the natural oils of your hair.

What Teens Should Know About Makeup

At this age, it’s common for girls wanting to go all-out! But remember girls, when it comes to makeup, less is more. More details mentioned below:

10. Things to Remember About Makeup

Always try out the makeup product before purchasing. Ask your local stores if they have samples, which they usually do.

Testing out is important because, during teens, your skin could readily react to harsh chemicals and leave acne scars.

11. Find out your Best Feature and Highlight it

You may want to keep up with the trends in the runways and Instagram.
However, not all makeup trends would suit your delicate skin; some could make you look older and unattractive. Use light shades of makeup on your best features to highlight your best feature.

12.  Don’t Overdo Your Foundation

Remember that layering up foundation could make you look cakey and messed up.

A heavy foundation does not let your skin breathe and clogs up your pores.
If you have blemishes, hide them with concealer or use BB and CC creams instead of foundation.

Dress Your Best

Last but not the least, let’s talk about dressing. No matter how cool your makeup and hair is, if your dress is a disaster, well then, so are you. Dressing well is a sign of good manners and here’s how you can do it well:

13. Stick to the Things That Suit You

You may want to wear ripped jeans or oversized coats to keep up with the trends. But going overboard can make you look gaudy over classy. Instead, wear comfortable colors and fabrics that don’t make you look too try-hard.

14. Create a Balance and Add Accessory

Dressing sense comes from experimenting with colors and patterns. You don’t need a lot of money to dress well, what you really need is understanding.

Avoid going overboard with colors at the same time. Wear contrasting colors or pair up a solid colored bottom to an embroidered top.

Moreover, if your dress is a little too simple, accessorize! Again, don’t over-do, skip the big earrings if you’re wearing a necklace.

15. Some Timeless Styles to Follow

Wearing a floral top? Layer a plain denim jacket on top. Customize colors by wearing dark on the top and light colors inside.

You could add a belt to a simple gown or maxi dress and change your look to a classy one. Belts accentuate your shape and make you look more put together.

On a side note, if you have a teenage daughter or relative and they have an upcoming birthday, it can be overwhelming to choose a gift for girls that age.

They like to keep up with the trends so get them something contemporary.
However, this advice is to the teenage girls; the teens may seem overwhelming, and you might notice a lot of changes in your bodies as well as your personalities.

Do what others do if that makes you happy, but remember to keep a balance. Don’t lose your individuality and sanity!

Author Bio:
Stepheny is a content writer at FeedFond. She’s a loving mother to her two children and is passionate towards psychology and philosophy. To read more of her articles, visit FeedFond.com.

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