Staying Cute In The Time Of Coronavirus– Are ManiPedis And Brazilians Out?
As we continue to face so much uncertainty in our daily lives, there’s no doubt that keeping up a healthy at-home beauty routine can help. Not only can doing some kind things for yourself like an at-home manicure or a good facial do great good for your pores it can also be a mental health saving grace.
Still, for every beauty routine that some of us might have mastered already, there are plenty that some of us have not. Whether it’s knowing how to wash your hair on your own, do a facemask, tweeze your brows or even give your lower Latin America region a good grooming, we’ve got you covered. We’ve rounded up the best tips and items from the internet to help you keep up your salon beauty routine at home.
Doing the Brazilian.
No one who has ever had hair ripped from their crotch has called getting a bikini wax easy. Still, if you’re staying at home all day to combat Coronavirus and you’re feeling like you need a wax, experts say it is doable.
According to an interview with Harper’s Bazaar and Natalie Ismiel, a brand ambassador for the hair-removal brand Nad’s it’s important to “be sure to look for a product that specifically says Brazilian on the packaging, as not all formulas are suitable for this sensitive area. For a first timer, it might be easiest to use a hard wax, as strip waxes are a little bit more difficult to do on your own and take practice.”
Going full-on mani-pedi.
A good mani-pedi will require some tools you might not have at home but plenty you already will have available. To start, you’ll want to soak your feet and hands in bathwater. You can buy cheap epsom salt to soak and soften your skin. Use a hard foot brush to slough off any skin, and then apply a cuticle serum to your toenails before you polish your nails. Don’t forget this last part! It will do wonders for ensuring the longevity of your paint job.
How to give yourself the ultimate facial.
Not all of us have the resources to invest in professional skin treatment. Still, gifting your skin regular facial care is a long-proven way of ensuring the health of your skin and you can give yourself an at-home facial that have the same results as a spa session.
Start your facial by creating a clean canvas to start on by cleaning your skin with a cleansing lotion or gel. Then apply a thin coat of an exfoliating peel with exfoliating acids like lactic, glycolic, or salicylic. Leave on for 5 minutes and then wash off thoroughly. Once the peel has been removed go in with a second exfoliator by applying a facial scrub to your skin. When you’re done be sure to apply a moisturizer!
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