Continuity or sustainability is a very important aspect of life. It won’t be nice to be that beautiful damsel everyone has known you to be and all of a sudden, you become ugly, owing to one reason or the other, especially if the recession in Nigeria is already dealing with your income.
On the other hand, there is no need to worry if your budget won’t help you get beauty products, especially when you are looking to get a $3xy, soft skin before a date. You can make do of the available one to enhance your beauty.
Here are the top six beauty fixes for ladies on a budget;
You should use an ice cold towel on the back of your neck for two minutes if your face turns red after exercising, as this will help reduce that redness in your face. Try this and see what happens.
2.Healthy skin and hair:
To achieve a healthy skin and hair, baby oil is a great product you should add to your daily moisturizing routine, for a bit of extra sheen. In a pinch, a pea-sized amount can act as a shine hair serum before dashing out the door.
Frequent use of Vaseline is great for everything from a lip gloss to moisturizing your calluses. You can even use it in lieu of mascara to create a subtle sparkle on your lashes.
For an extremely glowing skin, mash up a ripe avocado and use it as a paste over your legs. Leave on for fifteen minutes, then rinse off. The oil from the avocado, it’s a natural emollient.
5.Trick for hair:
Using a big makeup brush, dab it in loose powder; baby or face powder. Tap it once to remove the excess before applying to your roots. This will help soak up any extra oil and dirt.
6.For curly hair:
A dime-sized amount of olive oil is great to use on wet, curly hair. Olive oil helps prevent frizz when your locks dry and your hair won’t be stiff from too much product.
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