To wash or not to wash?
It seems simple, right? The truth is that over-cleaning your hair can actually dry out your scalp and trick it into thinking it needs to replenish what has been removed. In other words, your scalp will produce extra sebum oil, which can make your hair look greasier!
Experts advise to only wash your hair 2 to 3 times a week.
If you have oily or super-fine hair that naturally falls limp if not washed every day, try spritzing dry shampoo on your scalp between washes. It will soak up the excess oil near your scalp and revive your locks.
Optimal Skincare Regime
After washing your face, apply toner then start with your Serum (CE Ferulic or Serum 10). These nutrient-rich treatments will absorb deep into your skin providing you with Vitamins C & E plus a range of other helpful ingredients, which do wonders for your face.
Next step, apply Eye Cream. Eye creams/gels help to eliminate dark circles, crows feet, and puffiness.
Moisturizer is the next step. In the morning, apply moisturizer to banish dry skin and set the stage for makeup application. Nourished skin is key to a beautiful face either made up or makeup free.
Last step - apply Sunscreen.
In the evening, treat your face with a rich night cream and let the product's powers penetrate and repair your skin as you sleep.
Best Blush Shades for Your Skin Tone
Fair Skin: Warm skin tones should use warm pinks; cool skin tones should stick to bright watermelon pink.
Medium Skin: Peach or soft oranges flatter medium golden tones best. Cool mediums should opt for light, rose pink shades.
Olive Skin: Olive complexions look good in both warm and cool blushes. Choose a neutral or mauve toned blush or or go bold with a pop of bright pink.
Dark Skin: A cool dark skin tone should opt for a vibrant pink blush and warm undertones look best in a bright red-orange.
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