It’s often difficult for teenagers to listen to older people and actually believe their beauty tips. Most teenagers feel that how will old people know what’s in and what’s not. The truth however, is that they do know because they been there and done that. Following are few tips that teenagers should be aware of.
Natural hair is always hot:
If you have super dark hair, lighten your look by going a shade darker or getting lighter highlights. Blonde? Try highlights, especially framing the face. We see too many teens lightening their hair several shades and the look can be super-tacky, not super-fabulous. The trick is to let people assume you were born with sun-kissed hair, not that you gave yourself a bad dye job from a bottle. More hair color tips here.
Vaseline is your best friend:
Vaseline is a great, cheap eye makeup remover. It’s also great for fixing chapped, scaly lips. Slather on a bunch of Vaseline, then use a toothbrush to massage lips. Wipe the excess off on a tissue. Your lips will be smooth and soft.
Buying foundation or lipstick? Test it first
There are some beauty products you simply must try out at a department store or Sephora before you buy. These include: Foundation, lipstick, blush and powder.
Buy these products in a grocery store and you’ll be lucky if you picked the right color for your skin tone. What you can get away with without testing: Mascara, eye liner,
Don’t line the inside of your eyes:
It will make your eyes appear smaller. Instead, line just at the lash line. Also, an obvious line doesn’t look natural. Smudge the line just a bit.
Scrubs are great for dry skin:
If you have dry, itchy skin in winter, invest in a scrub and handmitts and scrub away in the bathtub. Make sure to slather on a thick moisturizer afterward. For dry, callous-y feet, buy a pumice stone. They work better than any of the other wimpy options on the market.
Don’t go over the top:
No matter from what age group you belongfrom, heavy makeup would make your looks horrifying. Applying all beauty products; foundation, powder, blush, eye shadow, eyeliner, mascara, lipstick/gloss in one attempt would make you look like a tart! You should tone it a little down and play safe by applying concealer to hide all blemishes, perfect mascara and a simple gloss to give you much decent and awing look, much more pleasant to eyes. In winters, a slight blush will make you look better.
Sunscreen- an integral product:
Sunscreen is the only product that needs to be applied before make-up. Use sunscreen whenever stepping out of your house so as to protect your skin from the harmful radiations of sun, acting as a shield. The dermatologists from worldwide refer to use sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher, so that your skin remains beautiful even when u have crossed your 50s.
Keep your nails clean and of same length. Remove your nail polish when it is chipped away. Don’t keep your toenails too long. Get them clipped during pedicures.
Teenagers require a look that makes them look cute and does not take away their innocence as that is their best asset. It makes them highly appealing to our eyes. By using these, you can maintain your look in the best possible way!
Remember: Beauty is mostly internal:
Think about a girl you know who’s overweight yet all the guys love her. Why? Because she’s confident. If you aren’t wearing makeup and your toes haven’t been repainted in weeks, if you’re happy and smiling you will still be 10 times prettier than the mopey cheerleader sitting next to you in class. Trust us (wink).