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Monthly Archives: March 2018

Tricks Remove Dark Circles

1. Cold cucumber slices

Cucumbers contain antioxidants that can reduce puffiness around the eyes. As a natural astringent and a coolant, cucumber causes the skin tissues to contract, making dark circles less prominent. Place finely cut cucumber slices on each eyelid. Leave it on for 5 minutes and rinse.

2. Cold tea bags

The caffeine present in tea bags shrinks blood vessels and reduces fluid retention in tissues making the skin around your eyes look vibrant and glowing. Cold tea bags cause skin tissues to shrink, leaving your eyes looking less puffy. Take two already soaked tea bags and refrigerate for 10 minutes. Remove and place them on each eye for 5 -10 minutes. Rinse with cold water and repeat 1-3 times a day to see effective results.

3. Mint leaves

Mint leaves contain menthol that improves blood circulation and soothes and rejuvenates skin. It is natural astringent and contracts the blood vessels around the eyes, reducing the blue tint. The vitamin C in mint makes the skin around the eyes appear brighter. Make your own mask at home by blending mint leaves and applying them on the affected area. Leave it for 10 minutes before rinsing.

4. Milk

Milk contains vitamins A and B6, which help build new skin cells. The vitamin B12 in milk naturally lightens dark skin. The selenium in milk protects skin from harmful free radicals and sun damage. Just soak two cotton pads in cold milk and squeeze out excess. Place the cotton pads on the eyes covering the dark circles. Leave it for 20 minutes and rinse with cold water. Repeat thrice a week.

5. Aloe vera

Aloe vera is an effective moisturiser and has anti-inflammatory properties. Clean the under eye area with moist cotton and apply massage aloe vera pulp under the eyes for 10 minutes. You don’t need to rinse unless you find it sticky.

Healthy and Beautiful Hair

Building block of each of those hair strands is PROTEIN. To put in simple words I will say, your hair is made up of proteins. Food rich in protein will definitely help your hair to stay healthy. But, apart from protein, hair need other highly important nutrients too. For example, iron zinc, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B, vitamin c, biotin are necessary for healthy growth of your hair.

I have mentioned a few foods below which are necessary that they are present in your diet else be ready to face all those hair related issues and no expensive brand will be able to help you.

PROTEIN RICH FOOD: Eggs are one of the best natural source of protein. Hair is made up of protein. So include them in your daily diet so as to achieve those healthy hair goals. Ladies, add at least 23 grams of protein to your daily diet.

Other protein rich foods include nuts, soy, dairy products like milk, curd, cheese, oil-seeds, tofu, beans and pulses

Vitamin C:

Well, yes a dose of Vitamin C definitely helps to get lustrous hair. Vitamin C not only helps to absorb the iron but also aids in hair growth, hair pigmentation, promote hair tissue growth. Ultimately resulting in shinier hair.

Vitamin C sources include oranges, brussels sprouts, kale, red peppers, strawberries, lemon, guava, broccoli, grapefruit and many more.

OMEGA-3 FATTY ACID:

Need thick and nourished hair, then include omega-3 fatty acid rich food in your diet. Generally, nuts and seeds are a great source of omega-3 fatty acid.

You may also include walnuts, flax seeds, nuts, spinach, kale, almonds.

Natural Face Pack

To make this highly effective face pack, you require aloe vera gel. Whether you use the fresh one or the bottled one, it totally depends on your convenience. Simply take 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel and add five drops of rosewater to it. Mix them well and apply it for 15 minutes, or leave it overnight. The natural ingredients used in this face pack would do their magic and give you a smooth, spotless skin in few days.

For Normal Skin

If you have normal skin, which is neither too oily nor too dry, this face pack is perfect for you. Take a banana and mash it using a fork and add a spoonful of honey. Apply the mask on your face & neck and leave for fifteen to twenty minutes. A banana would make your skin soft and honey would stop the acne problems and breakouts.

For Dry Skin

If you want your skin to be really smooth, a chick pea mask is the key to it. Take half teaspoon of this flour and add four drops of lemon. Mix them together and make a smooth, consistent paste. Now simply apply it on your skin and leave it for ten to fifteen minutes. This pack would give a nice glow to your skin and rejuvenate it by removing dead skin cells.

For Oily Skin

Yogurt has amazing qualities and this makes it the perfect ingredient for any face mask. It hydrates your skin and leaves a glow which lasts for days to come. For this skin remedy, take 1 spoon full of yogurt and add a pinch of turmeric to it. Turmeric has antibacterial properties which would keep your skin from breaking out. Apply it to the face and gently scrub it so that the dead cells are removed. Leave it for fifteen minutes but do not let it dry completely. Wash away with lukewarm water and you will have the smoothest skin ever.

All about Bleach Hair

1. Go to a professional.

Yes. You can buy the products and follow the instructions but a licensed professional will use color based on your hair type and color goals. However, all licensed cosmetologists are not created equal. Just like a doctor, hair stylists have their specialties. Do your research and find one who stays current on coloring products and techniques. Your hair will thank you.

2. You may not get the exact color you were looking for.

No two hair follicles are alike. Everyone’s hair responds differently to lightening and color. It’s best to go into the salon with an open mind about your color goals. A color specialist will be able to tell you how likely it is to get that color.

3. Pay attention to how your hair changes.

You have your styling routine and you have your product preferences. Bleaching will change all of that making it more delicate. It will also look dry and eventually feel dry as the colored hair gets older. Choose products to replenish the moisture. Select moisturizing shampoos and conditioners designed for color treated hair. If you must use a brush, only brush your hair when it’s dry. Comb or detangle your hair only while it’s wet. Protect your hair from further damage with excessive heat styling.

4. Invest in quality products.

If you don’t get your hair styled at the salon regularly, have your stylist who colored your hair recommend products for you to use at home. These products will probably be more expensive than you average but invest the money to prevent your hair from drying out and breaking off.