For today’s post, I’ve got a great guest blog post from Neha and Mike over at Alezem Beauty who share some top beauty secrets from professional beauty artists.
As always, I’d like to thank Neha and Mike for putting together this guest post for me. I’ve not had a guest post on my site for a while and, this week, I’ve been a bit behind with everything, so it’s been a massive help!
I learnt some new tips from this post and was also happy to see the importance of water for your skin being preached about. If you want some more skincare advice, you can check out my winter skincare tips post to keep your skin moisturised and hydrated during the colder months.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this guest post and learn a few new beauty secrets…
From the authors
Neha Fatima is a student who is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. With over three years’ experience, her area of expertise revolves around beauty, skincare, fashion, lifestyle and Amazon Affiliate blogs. Being an avid reader and a passionate writer, she believes in writing for the sake of inspiring. Her dream is to become a clinical psychologist and bring about a change in the attitude of society towards mental health.
Mike R. Charley is currently helping several digital marketing ventures including Market Keep, Lad Solutions and Search Primer. With more than 10 years of experience in growth hacking, product development, and organic marketing, Mike empowers brands in emerging markets to overcome the growth challenges and become more sustainable.
Currently, he is working to kickstart an SEO company that will revolutionise how brands grow their sales organically online and become sustainable in SEO Services.
The beauty secrets
Do you often shy away from cameras due to self-consciousness? Have you exhausted all kinds of skincare products to improve the health of your skin and hair? Well, you don’t need to feel hopeless anymore. The following are some natural beauty secrets adopted by professional beauty artists. These tips and remedies promise to restore your glow, revive your dull, lifeless hair and give your nails a much-needed makeover.
The first beauty secret is affirmed by Niki Metz, Director of Artistry for Jouer. She states that her mother would apply whipped egg whites on her face, especially around her eyes, when she was a little girl. She would rinse her face with lukewarm water after 20 minutes and then apply her makeup. This routine resulted in a tight, wrinkle-free skin, hence giving her a youthful glow.
The second beauty secret is also advised by Niki. To hydrate and moisturise the skin in winter, she prepares a mixture of egg yolk and one tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil. She then applies this mixture to her face for 20 minutes and washes it off with lukewarm water. This home remedy vows to replace your dry/flaky skin with a soft, smooth and glowing skin.
The third beauty secret is not exactly hush-hush. Rather, it’s something everyone tends to neglect in this fast-paced world. According to Debbie Strong, Senior Health Editor at Everyday Health, water is the best gift you can give to your skin. Before incorporating hydrating face masks into your skincare routine, you should first focus on keeping yourself hydrated. Water “…helps your skin stay moisturised and glowing, boosts your metabolism, and keeps your energy levels up.” You can also splash some water on your face a few times a day, especially in the summer, to get a refreshed appearance.
The fourth beauty tip focuses on your eyebrows. According to Terry de Gunzburg, Founder of By Terry, a nourishing balm can do wonders to your thin, sparse eyebrows. All you have to do is apply a generous amount of it to your eyebrows, every night. You will get thicker, bolder eyebrows in just two weeks.
The fifth secret is from Kai Chic, Creator of Mane and Chic. She iterates the importance of using satin or silk pillowcases while sleeping. This fabric is kind to your hair and reduces the potential of tangling, in case you toss and turn a lot during your sleep. It will also stop your hair from falling out.
The sixth and the last beauty secret is revealed by Roxanna Sarmiento, Beauty and Style Writer, and Blogger at everydaytreats.com. If you love applying dark-coloured nail polishes but are put off by resulting yellow nails, she has a clever tip for you. You should “…try scrubbing your toenails with a nail brush and whitening toothpaste”. The yellow colour will fade and leave your nails minty-fresh and white. It will just be like giving yourself a cheap yet effective manicure/pedicure at home.
Hence, these beauty secrets lead to wonderful results and will make sure that you have great hair, shiny-white nails, bold eyebrows and hydrated, wrinkle-free skin at all times. After adopting these remedies in your daily routine, you won’t ever have to feel conscious about your appearance again. However, in the end, always remember: You are beautiful, no matter what anyone says.
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The not-so-secret tip about drinking lots of water is one that I really need to implement more!
Lol I thought you were good at it???
Water is such an essential, it really does make a difference. I am also super curious to try that whipped egg trick!
Water is so essential for healthy skin. When I increased my water intake, it definitely made a big difference to my skin’s appearance!
Such a lovely guest post and a very interesting read! The whipped egg trick is a new one to me so I’m actually pretty intrigued.
Me too! I’m curious to see if it will work for me
Ugh I am constantly reminded that refusing to drink a healthy amount of water (and consuming way too much sugar) is probably counteracting my skincare routine lol! I really should make more of an effort to hydrate.
I 100% use faux-silk pillowcases to help prevent frizziness and deepening fine lines!
I am curious to test out using eggs to help improve the appearance of skin.
Lol, I’m good at drinking lots of water but not so good at reducing my sugar intake, haha. I’d definitely say drinking lots of water will make a big difference to how your skin looks and feels – it did for me at least!
I’m tempted to invest in those sort of pillowcases so they’re kinder to my hair and skin too
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Lovely post! you tell us some point for skincare. Thanks for sharing amazing article. I personally use essential oils for my skin.
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