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Expert advice on how to
define & sculpt your brows

Monday, December 14th, 2020

Beauty salons are not always open when you are heading to a posh party and want perfectly defined and sculpted brows. So, if you learn how to define and sculpt your brows with brow powders, pencils, and gels you can create picture perfect eyebrows at home. That said if you do not employ the correct technique and expert tips when using eyebrow products, your brows will end up being “painted on” versions that look unnatural.

We have pro tips you can use to get perfectly colored, defined, and sculpted brows. Also, we have information that will help you get the right eyebrow products and kit for applying them. So, keep reading if you want to leave asymmetric, dull eyebrows behind and get Instagram worthy brows that you can flaunt at a party.

Why is defining and sculpting brows important?
You might think that your eyebrow shape cannot be improved once it has been tweezed or threaded by an expert. This is where you and most people are wrong as you can use the right eyebrow powder, pencils, and gels to sculpt and define your brows, and ensure they stand out and not fade into the background.

Invest in the right eyebrow kit
Buying the right eyebrow shapers, tweezers, angled tip brushes, spoolie, and brow scissors are essential. With the right products you can easily trim eyebrows, remove a stray hair within seconds and apply eyebrow powder without making mistakes.

Get the right eyebrow powder color



Experts know that using the wrong color of eyebrow powder is courting a disastrous outcome, and so they use these tips to find the right one.

Finding an eyebrow powder based on skin tone

  • Dark skin comes in various shades, so an eyebrow powder dark brown or an option that is about 1-2 shades lighter is perfect for such people.
  • An eyebrow powder medium brown is suitable for those with olive toned skin as it delivers a striking natural finish.
  • People who have light skin with a pink tone should choose a light brown eyebrow powder, or eyebrow powder putty with an ashy tint.


  • Finding an eyebrow powder based on hair color

  • Brown haired people can choose an eyebrow powder that is one or two shades lighter when compared their hair. In case they have reddish highlights in their hair they can use eyebrow powder auburn as it has a red tint.
  • For those who have black hair, choosing a color that is either 1 or 2 shades lighter and similar to eyebrow powder soft jet black is ideal.
  • Blondes have hair in various shades so experts suggest that they pick eyebrow powder putty which has an ashy tone or use an eyebrow powder dark blonde.
  • People who have mature hair that is graying should choose an eyebrow powder moonstone that has a metallic shine or an eyebrow powder soft charcoal which provides a soft natural finish.
  • Red heads should ideally choose an eyebrow powder in blonde or a color that has a hint of gold in it.


  • How to define eyebrows and sculpt them with brow powder

    Ensure your brows are trimmed
    Use tweezers or a precision brow scissors to remove stray hairs, as this will reduce the need for making corrections when adding eyebrow powder.

    Brush a spoolie through your brows
    Brush a spoolie through your brows and ensure that loose hairs are removed and your eyebrows are flowing upwards.

    Find your ideal brow shape
    Eyebrows are never perfectly symmetrical so you might find that one is slightly shorter or shaped differently compared to the other. So, you need to measure and find your ideal brow shape using the steps mentioned below. Then you can go ahead and define and sculpt your brows, until they match the latest trend that you love.

  • Position a long pencil/brush vertically at side of your nostril. At the point where the pencil touches the brow mark it as the start.
  • Place the pencil at a 45-degree angle with the stem touching the side of your nostril. Then mark the position where the pencil meets our brow as the end of the tail.
  • While looking in the mirror ensure that the stem is passing through the outer edge of the iris. Where the pencil meets your brow, mark the position as the high point of the arch.
  • Cover your brows with a primer
    Once you know the shape and style that you want for your brows you can proceed to use a primer pencil and coat the area. The coat of primer will ensure that pencil strokes and powder adhere to the skin and hair in the area.

    Use a pencil to define your brow
    With a sculpting eyebrow pencil draw short fine lines that are similar to hair, and use them to extend the tail and add definition to the arch. The sharp point of the brow pencil will allow you to easily shape areas along our brows and draw hairs to make them appear fuller.

    Apply one or two shades of eyebrow powder
    Using eyebrow powder and an angled tip brush draw a line at the top and bottom of each brow and then fill the space in between. Powder gives brows a natural finish while a pencil is harsher. While applying powder, you can soften the strokes of the eyebrow pencil. If you use two shades of powder, apply a lighter shade at the edges of your brows and use a darker in the middle. Then brush a spoolie through your brows to spread the powder.

    Give your brows a coat of gel
    Coating your brows with a clear or tinted eyebrow sculpting gel will ensure that the powder does not flake off. Also, the gel acts as a finisher and will ensure that your brows remain styled and set in place all day. In case you use a tinted fiber brow gel, fibers will adhere to individual hairs. As a result, your brows will instantly volumize and sparse areas will be covered up and appear filled.

    Use a highlighter and concealer to sculpt your brows
    With the aid of a 2-in-1 brow definer that contains a universal concealer on one end and highlighter on the other you can sculpt your brows and draw attention to them. The concealer end should be used along the arch and the tail to sharpen these areas around your brow and then the lines should be blended. With the concealer you can also cover up dark circles under your eyes. Using the eyebrow highlighter, you can add lines above and below your brows, and these should start from the arch and end at the tail. After blending the lines of the highlighter your brows will look naturally “lifted” and your face will appear younger, while your eyes will look bigger.
    Savarnas Mantra® creates a range of eyebrow powders in trendy colors, along with clear and tinted brow gels. Our powders, pencils and gels are the perfect choice if you want to apply brow makeup with ease and sculpt and define your eyebrows.

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    References
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    The Importance of Getting Beauty Sleep

    Thursday, November 21st, 2019

    There’s a perfectly logical explanation behind the phrase ‘beauty sleep.’ Our bodies use the time when we’re asleep to recover and recharge. Getting enough sleep is essential for our well-being, general concentration and alertness but also for our skin and hair. Some people might even say that beauty sleep is the closest thing there is to a fountain of youth. When we get enough sleep, our skin manages to recover and create new cells which are crucial for our youthful look. That’s why sound sleep should be your priority. Beauty sleep is one of the secrets to healthy hair, skin and nails

    1. How many hours should we sleep?
    When talking about amazing reasons to sleep for skin health, the first question that comes to our mind is how many hours of sound sleep is enough? This magical number lies between seven and nine hours a night. However, it’s not all about the amount. What’s also important is the quality of sleep. We can achieve a good quality of sleep by going to bed and getting up at the same time, even at weekends. Sleep deprivation can lead to a tired and exhausted look, dark circles below our eyes, washed-out complexion and more wrinkles and fine lines on our face. It can also cause some inflammatory skin conditions such as acne and psoriasis. Our brain recognizes a lack of sleep as stress, so it has only negative effects on our body and skin.

    2. Tips about our bed and bedroom
    The environment where we sleep is also important. First of all, in order to get a good night’s sleep, your bedroom should be cool, dark and quiet – that’s how you’ll start your good sleep hygiene. Next, your bed needs to be comfortable and your sheets as well as pillowcases made of quality materials that are soft for the skin, such as cotton or silk. Also, you should ensure you are using the best luxury mattress possible. It is best to use breathable cotton sheets and wash them regularly, so they don’t collect dust mites and bacteria and for pillowcases, it would be best to use silk ones to keep your face skin hydrated during the night. In order to protect your bedding from the dust and dirt, it would be a good idea to use quilt covers. That’s how you’ll make sure that you go to a hygienic and clean bed every night. It is also beneficial to keep all the electronics out of your bedroom in order not to be disturbed. Also, make sure to use laundry detergents that don’t have a too strong smell so you wouldn’t be irritated by it.


    3. A bedtime routine
    Before going to bed every night, there are some things you can do to improve your skin. It’s an absolute necessity to remove your makeup. If you don’t remove makeup, you’re risking clogging your pores, which can cause acne and other skin problems. You should use a gentle cleanser to remove your makeup at the end of every day. It’s important to use a cleanser that won’t remove the necessary oils and the acidic environment from your skin in order to maintain its healthiness and barrier. Another thing you should use is an anti-aging cream or a serum. These products have more effect when they’re applied during the repair stage. They help counteract fine lines, promote skin renewal, brighten skin tone, reduce acne and boost your skin’s collagen production.

    4. Benefits of good night’s sleep
    a. A glowing complexion
    While we sleep, our body boosts blood flow to our skin, which adds to the glow when we wake up. However, if we don’t get enough sleep, our face will look washed out and lifeless. That happens because when we lack sleep, our blood flow is decreased to our facial area. That causes our skin to look dull and our cheeks to lose colour.

    b. Less puffiness
    Dark circles around our eyes are something we all experienced when we didn’t catch enough ZZZs. Everybody can notice that we didn’t sleep when they see our puffy eyes. So, by regulating our sleep habits we cause our eyes to be less puffy. Other things that can prevent swelling under our eyes is hydration and the position of our head. We need to keep our skin hydrated at all times, especially when we sleep. If we elevate our head on an extra pillow, it can also help in the reduction of swelling.

    c. Fewer wrinkles
    Preventing and getting rid of a few wrinkles was never simpler – you just need your beauty sleep! But how do we create fewer wrinkles by sleeping? When we sleep, our body creates collagen, which is a chemical that prevents sagging, wrinkles and fine lines. The more collagen you have, the plumper your skin is. If you compare the number of hours you sleep at night and the number of wrinkles that appear on your face, the calculation is as following: sleeping for only 5 hours a night can lead to creating twice as many fine lines as a 7-hour night’s sleep would create. Lack of sleep also makes the skin drier, which makes thee existing fine lines more visible.

    d. More voluminous hair
    Lack of sleep also affects our hair. If we are sleep deprived our hair can suffer and we can experience hair loss, breakage, damage, and even growth can be affected. Why is this so? Hair follicles help our hair grow and they get nutrients, minerals and vitamins from blood flow. And when we don’t sleep enough, our blood flow is decreased. Then hair has difficulty growing. Lack of sleep also causes stress, which creates hormone cortisol which is responsible for hair loss. So, when we keep our beauty sleep regularly, we also nourish our hair together with our skin.

    e. Healthier appearance
    When you sleep for sufficient hours, you also look happier and healthier. Your mouth isn’t dropping, you don’t furrow and frown as much, you don’t have red, swollen eyes, sagging eyelids and paler skin. All in all, people who don’t catch enough ZZZs, look less healthy than people who do.

    Beauty sleep isn’t just a myth – it stems from something real and important for us and that’s why it’s crucial that we understand it’s important for us, our health and appearance in general.

    Article written by:
    Mia Johnson
    Freelance writer & Fitness Expert From Sydney, Australia
    miajohnson067@gmail.com

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    8 Beauty Products to Help You Sleep Better

    Friday, November 1st, 2019

    A good night’s sleep does wonders for your body and mind but it’s not always easy to get those much-needed Z’s. Instead of resorting to sleeping medication, you can invest in a few beauty products that will help you sleep better.

    1. Dream Cream (Lush)
    Last year, the popularity of Lush’s Dream Cream exploded when several mums came forward with their personal stories about how this cream got rid of their baby’s eczema. Dream cream is made from oat milk and cocoa butter which makes it perfect for even sensitive skin types. What’s more, this cream contains lavender, rose and chamomile which are soothing and relaxing essential oils. Smooth the cream all over your skin before you go to bed to help you get your beauty sleep.

    2. Quiet Night Relaxing Balm (Lather)
    Lather’s Quiet Night Relaxing Balm is an aromatherapy balm that contains lavender, ylang ylang and calendula essential oils. These oils help to calm the senses and promote deep sleep. This night balm does not contain synthetic fragrances and its mild natural scent makes it ideal for winding down after a long day. Just before you go to bed, apply a dab to your temples and breathe deeply to relax your body and mind and drift off to sleep.

    3. Beauty Sleep Body Butter (Neal’s Yard Remedies)
    Neal’s Yard Remedies offers a rich body butter that has a nourishing base of sunflower oil, cocoa seed butter and shea butter. The Beauty Sleep Body butter also contains ylang ylang essential oil – studies show that this oil has a sedative effect as it helps to reduce heart rate and blood pressure. This blend of calming essential oils and nourishing butters will help you get a good night’s sleep and wake up to softer smoother skin. To improve the efficacy of this body butter, warm a small amount between your hands and then massage it into your arms and body.

    4. Twilight Bath Bomb (Lush)
    The Twilight Bath Bomb by Lush is the perfect way to end a long and stressful day. Slide into the pink-lavender water and you will instantly feel your mental and physical stress evaporate. Twilight Bath Bomb contains lavender oil and tonka bean extract which promote relaxation and restfulness. Use the bath bomb with warm water to enjoy a relaxing soak. By the time you are done, your skin will be soft and smooth and you will feel drowsy and ready for some much needed shuteye.

    5. Pure Epsom Salt Soaking Solution (Dr. Teal’s)
    Dr. Teal’s Pure Epsom Salt Soaking Solution is made from Epsom salt (Magnesium sulphate) and lavender essential oil. Studies show that magnesium plays an important role in the alleviation of pain, especially muscle aches and pain. To use this soaking solution, you will need to add 2 cups of the salt to a warm bath and then soak in it for 20 minutes or so. This essential oils in this soak will also help to soothe your senses and ease your stress.

    6. Beauty Bear Age DefyPillow (Nurse Jamie)
    The Beauty Bear Age Defy Pillow by Nurse Jamie is an anti-wrinkle pillow with a silky satin finish that is suitable for even the most delicate of skin types. The unique design of this pillow provides neck and lumbar support and helps to reinforce good sleeping habits. Improving sleep quality also helps to minimize wrinkles and gives you skin that is healthier and looks smoother.

    7. Organic Therapy Massage Bar (Lush)
    Lush’s Organic Therapy Massage Bar contains organic cocoa butter and shea butter as well as sweet orange, neroli and lavender essential oils. The bar is simple to use – all you need to do is massage your skin with it so that the oils and butters melt right into your skin. The mild soothing lavender and neroli scents will help you relax after a long day and slip into dreamland effortlessly.

    8. Sweet Slumber Dream Cream (Rad Soap Co.)
    Sweet Slumber Dream Cream by Rad Soap Co. contains shea butter, rice bran oil, safflower oil and lavender and chamomile extracts. It also contains plant-based melatonin extracts which are known to promote sleep. Before you go to bed, apply a generous amount of this cream to your skin and then massage it into your skin using gentle, circular motions. Use this cream on a regular basis to help you ease into a natural sleep cycle.

    Sleep has a tremendous impact on your skin which is why your skin looks dry and sallow if you don’t get a good night’s sleep. Inadequate sleep also has a negative impact on your overall health and wellness and can increase your risk of serious health issues such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. In addition to getting proper sleep, you can take a few additional steps to look and feel radiant every day.

    Author Bio – Anita Fernandes
    Anita Fernandes has been writing extensively on health and wellness for over a decade. She has expertise in nutrition, fitness, public health, and weight loss and has contributed content to a variety of leading digital health publishers. Anita has a unique perspective on healthy living and lifestyle, as she has battled and overcome eating disorders and obesity. She shares her experiences in an effort to help others overcome the physical and mental health problems that can sometimes seem insurmountable.

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    Best Ingredients For Natural Skin Rejuvenation

    Tuesday, July 9th, 2019

    The sad truth is that a great number of skincare and beauty products use ingredients that are harmful for our health. Ingredients that are made with chemicals clog the pores and your skin can’t effectively get rid of the toxins. The result – increased number of acne and faster signs of aging.

    In order for your skin to be truly healthy without any side effects, you need to turn to natural ingredients. Of course, some natural ingredients are more effective than others and opting for the best ones will ensure rejuvenated skin.

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    Why natural ingredients?
    Luckily, there are so many natural skin care products nowadays. It used to be harder finding one. The reason why you should try natural skin products is because their natural ingredients truly beautify your skin, make it more resistant to UV radiation and stimulate your immune system. Without any side effects! If you persist in using this type of products and ingredients that could be easily found in your kitchen, you will notice how many of your skin problems disappear for good.

    1. Coconut oil
    Coconut oil is excellent for hydrating your skin and it also has anti-inflammatory effects. Your skin will be smoother while the natural agents in it will help the skin form its natural barrier. If you have dry, itchy skin or diseases like psoriasis or eczema, this is the oil for you. If you treat your scalp with coconut oil and cover your head with a plastic shower cap, you could get rid of psoriasis in a day or two. Coconut oil is easy to find – it is packed in jars and is usually placed in the cooking aisle in stores.

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    2. Beta Carotene
    We all know that the sun can do a lot of damage to our skin even though we enjoy lying on the beach. That’s why beta carotene is excellent for fighting sun exposure negative effects. It is pretty easy to put beta carotene in your body – you should simply eat a lot of orange, yellow and red vegetables and fruits, such as pumpkins, sweet potatoes, carrots, and apples. Your body will then convert beta carotene into vitamin A, which is necessary for protection against sun damage. Vitamin A also takes part in healing wounds and helps cell recovery. If you use topical beta carotene, it will definitely do a lot of good to your skin.

    3. Tea tree
    When it comes to skin inflammation, breakouts, and redness, tea tree is a great natural remedy. Typical acne treatments can be too aggressive but tea tree is mostly highly tolerated. Its anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial properties are very effective. Thanks to its phytochemicals, this is one of the most popular skin care ingredients. There are 230 different plant species, and all of them originate from Australia. Its components are capable of getting through the pores of your skin and even mucus membranes, which means it’s an excellent home remedy for acne.

    4. Oatmeal
    Oatmeal has anti-inflammatory properties and it provides effective eczema relief. Its chemical, including beta-glucans, starches, and avenanthramides successfully fight rashes. However, keep in mind that not every type of oatmeal is produced equal. You should look for colloidal oatmeal – a powder made with grinding. Its size and quality is what makes oatmeal so effective. It is then possible to blend it with water to make a paste. Products made of colloidal oatmeal are very gentle, which means they are safe for your skin as they don’t cause allergic reactions or any type of irritation. If you regularly use a moisturizer that contains this valuable ingredient, you won’t need topical steroids very often.

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    5. Soy
    Soy is one of the most beloved natural ingredients because it improves collagen production in our skin and inhibits that ugly, bad pigmentation. The reason is in soybeans – there are numerous chemicals in them that have a highly positive effect on the skin, including isoflavones, fatty acids, and antioxidants. The legume, on the other hand, also produces phytoestrogens and estrogens which deal with skin problems caused by menopause. Estrogen decreases in a woman’s body after menopause, which also leads to dull skin. Typical estrogens are usually used to decrease pigmentation caused by UV radiation. However, it is also possible to use soy even though it may not give as effective results as retinoids. Still, it is widely used by patients who would like to try other options, not just retinoids. Like all other natural ingredients listed here, soy-based products act as natural plastic surgery procedures, which is why it’s so popular.

    6. Apple cider vinegar
    This is very cheap but unbelievably useful skin care products. It has numerous uses, including clearing skin problems, removing acne, killing pathogens and even having antifungal properties. Even Hippocrates, “the father of modern medicine”, mentioned using apple cider vinegar for treating skin sores and even cleaning ulcerations. Apple cider vinegar also contains potassium, magnesium and acetic acid, which detoxify your body if you consume it. It actually improves liver function and balances good and bad bacteria in your stomach.

    7. Raw honey
    Raw honey is a magnificent acid. It is a natural source of vitamins, enzymes, acids, and nutrients, so it successfully deals with breakouts, hydrates your skin and heals wounds. It is also effective in reducing scars and fighting rashes and even allergies. If you look for raw honey, it means it should be unprocessed, unpasteurized and unheated. The majority of honey that you can find in stores is not raw – most of their healing nutrients have been destroyed during the processing. So, in case you need to deal with psoriasis, dandruff, bacterial infections, burns, wounds, and many other medical conditions, raw honey could be the answer. You can also use it as a homemade remedy to treat acne as its suitable for both sensitive and mixed types of skin. Just take half of a teaspoon of raw honey, warm it between your hands and then apply it on your face. Leave it for some 10 minutes and then rinse with warm water. If you want to use it as an exfoliator during winter months, then add two cups of raw honey to your bath. Soak in the bath for 15 minutes, then add one cup of baking soda and soak for another 15 minutes.

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    8. Shea butter
    This is a great solution for itchy or inflamed skin, which is why shea butter is a frequent ingredient in many moisturizers. As it’s rich with fatty acids, it is incredibly effective in hydrating skin. These acids also calm your inflamed and irritated skin, so if you suffer from eczema, this is the ingredient to look for. Shea butter rarely causes skin allergies, which makes it a perfect choice for even most sensitive skin types.

    Our skin is constantly bombarded by external influence and the environment. The smog, the stress, the junk food we eat and even the products we use to treat our skin do us harm. True, it is difficult to find a skin care product which is mostly natural and contains at least a few natural ingredients. But it doesn’t mean you should give up trying. It’s time you realize that nature really is your best friend and sticking to it will only do you good. By becoming aware of natural ingredients that could do wonders for your skin without harming it at all, you will be more effective in facing skin issues. Not to mention your skin will show off its health – it’s something that can’t be faked.

    Article written by:
    Mia Johnson
    Freelance writer & Fitness Expert From Sydney, Australia
    miajohnson067@gmail.com

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    Winter Skincare Regimen for Healthy and Radiant Skin

    Thursday, December 20th, 2018

    Saying that achieving radiant skin in such harsh conditions is a challenging feat would almost be an understatement. We’re going to be perfectly candid with you – it is going to take a lot of work and a plethora of great products as well as lifestyle habits, so buckle up. If you want your skin to weather the season and come out swinging, you’re going to have to do the necessary legwork, have perseverance, be consistent and diligent, so let’s start, because if not now, when?

    A double cleanse will save the day
    More than during any other season, makeup-induced clogged pores can make a mess that will take you more than a month to fix. In order to avoid that, make sure you cleanse your face thoroughly until you see not even a smidge of makeup on your towel as you pat your face dry. Micellar waters are fine for the summer and even fall, but winter calls for heavier artillery. You need something creamy, like a milk makeup remover, coconut oil or the much raved about Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter. It’s easy to use, leaves your skin nourished and hydrated – all the things we want – and most importantly, ready for the next step.
    Your face wash needs to be superb, and by superb, we mean gentle but thorough. Something from the foamy wash family will do just fine, just make sure it contains zero alcohol. Even if you have oily skin, you do not want alcohol in your face wash. Now, one of the most highly recommended products for that extra mile is the Foreo Luna Play Plus, which works like a charm with gel and foam-based washes, removes every smidge of dirt and unclogs the pores. It has been tried and tested, and it gets all the thumbs up. Plus, it gently exfoliates the skin every time you use it, thanks to the bristles and the vibration, so you don’t have to do the extra exfoliating step.

    Don’t even think about skipping this step
    Investing in a high-quality serum is the best decision you can make, so make it. Serums are powerful active-ingredient packed products of light consistency. Their job is to penetrate to the dermis and make sure to hydrate the second layer of the skin, so your nourishment goes deeper than the epidermis. The best part is, there are different serums for different needs – some combat signs of aging, others provide hydration, and then there are those that battle acne, sun spots – so whatever is preventing your skin from getting its radiance and healthiness – the serum will combat it. Top things off with a good and nourishing winter face cream – as you still do need something to ‘feed’ the epidermis, and you’re done for the night.

    The legwork
    We did say that it will take more than topical solutions to get that skin to shine. The phrase that beauty comes from within has never resonated more true. As much as we need vitamins, antioxidant and coenzyme q10 in our topical solutions, we need them in our bodies as well. That’s why there are so many vitamin and amazing coq10 supplements for radiant skin. The drinkable skincare trend has never been more popular, and there is a good reason for it. We live hectic lives and we often don’t get the chance to get a sufficient amount of nutrients, even when we do turn to superfoods that are specifically designed to give us glowing skin. A little extra help is always welcome, and as medical professionals say “In many ways, you can accomplish a lot more with supplements than you can with creams”.

    More beauty from within
    Even though it’s winter in the Northern Hemisphere, there is no excuse to give up on your exercise routine. Yes, this is yet one of those challenging ways in which you get your skin to glow. The connection between the inner state of our body and our skin is inextricable, so if you’re sluggish on the inside, it will reflect on your skin. Therefore, pick a physical activity of your choice, get that body moving, break out a good sweat and get rid of all those toxins piling up inside your system. You will see the result in the form of light and beaming skin in no time.

    Bonus tip:
    If you do have a tendency to wear full coverage foundations, here’s a little trick that will make even them looking luminous without being greasy. Just a drop of your favorite facial oil will slightly dilute the product and make it go on much smoother and satin-y than usual. And, with the oil, you get the coverage and the skin nourishment. As for your daytime routine, make sure you repeat everything you do during the evening. Just, instead of the serum, apply your oil before the cream and you’re good to go.

    Scarlet is a passionate writer and regular contributor at highstylife.com interested in fashion, lifestyle, and health. She loves traveling, you could say that she is a real travel addict, especially when she has a chance to visit some exotic destinations. She would tell you that inspiration can be found in the most unexpected places.

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