Want to steal the spotlight? Look no further. Here's your beauty regimen for getting gorgeous, with methods we've tested firsthand. You'll be sparkling from head to toe.
Too much styling with hot tools such as flat irons and blow-dryers, along with the sun fading your colour, can make your hair look dull. To give it the TLC it needs, use a deep-conditioning masque on a weekly basis to rejuvenate tired, distressed locks. If you colour your hair, make sure to use a shampoo and conditioner for colour-treated hair, as they help you hold on to your hair colour longer. For extra shine, a shine-boosting spray that you work into your hair before you blow-dry will do the trick. If you have straight hair, brushing with a natural boar-bristle brush will help smooth the hair cuticles and make your hair glisten.
For whiter teeth in a jiffy (and at an affordable price, to boot), we count on Crest Whitestrips because they're simple to use and do the job. The only thing is to make sure you use them as frequently as you should. Check the package, and then schedule a reminder in your calendar so you don't forget.
Even with all the elaborate nail art and array of hot nail colours that are trendy right now, bare nails can still look gorgeous on their own if they're well tended to. Taking care of your cuticles is a simple and quick task that'll do wonders for your nails. Just apply a bit of cuticle oil every night, and you'll reap the rewards. Then, to give your nail bed a fantastic shine, we swear by the Revlon Crazy Shine nail buffer. A few swipes back and forth with this buffer, and your nails will gleam — so much so, it'll look like you have clear polish on them. It's our favourite way to make our nails look presentable in no time.
For skin that glows, exfoliate regularly. Cleansing the face of makeup and dirt using the Clarisonic brush frees it of any gunk through the gentle vibrations, leaving it feeling refreshed and smooth. For the body, look for a scrub with gentle mechanical scrubbers (meaning particles that are not too scratchy or harsh) or chemical exfoliants (such as fruit acids) that'll help get rid of dead skin.
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