Beauty Tips For Monsoon
Hi Friends…. I know most of girls love monsoon. The season of love basically. Monsoon brings lots of happiness to falling love but sometime Monsoon also makes you cry because of wrong decision of make up in monsoon so don’t worry about all things i will tell you how to do makeup in monsoon. Lets take a look Beauty Tips For Monsoon.
With the monsoon all set to arrive, don’t just add monsoon-specific beauty products to your vanity kit; follow these simple tips alongside to look gorgeous.
- During monsoons, a matte-finish primer and foundation helps your make-up last longer, despite the humidity and also prevents it from oxidising, which is a result of excessive oil secretion on the skin.
- Do not use cream-based eye shadows and blushes, as they tend to melt easily. Instead, emphasis your eyes with powder eye shadows. Also, avoid smokey eyes; go for pastel shades. For lashes, use a waterproof mascara. If you wear false lashes, invest in waterproof glue. You can glam up the dull and damp monsoonatmosphere with some fun and fabulous waterproof coloured eye liners.
- Steer clear from the dark lips trend; bright lips are quite the hype this season, and they’re easy to retouch and maintain throughout the day. Also, they give you a fresh look. Skip shimmer and glitter make-up, as these overdo the shine on your face and look tacky.
TIPS: Keep you brushes and make-up clean and store them in a dry place, like in a roll up pouch or box. Avoid sharing lipsticks and brushes! Always carry some oil-blotting sheets in your purse that can soak excess oil and sweat without damaging your make-up. Don’t forget to remove make-up before sleeping as it will clog your pores and lead to breakouts and blackheads.
- Address your hair type and devise a hair care routine accordingly. Use milder shampoos and conditioners, as hair tend to get frizzy.
- Drink a lot of water to re hydrate, since hair gets brittle and breaks easily; vitamin nourishment should be provided through your diet.
- Do not leave your hair wet or tie it up while it is damp, as this could cause dandruff. Use wide-toothed combs instead of brushes because wet hair when combed with a brush, can result in split ends and breakage, especially if it’s curly and wavy.
- During monsoons, short haircuts are the easiest to maintain. Pixie haircuts are bold, stylish and low on maintenance. Shoulder-length hair or hair just above the shoulder, suit most women. Experiment with gradual asymmetrical, layered asymmetrical or even geometrical-shaped haircuts! Ask your stylist for highlights and streaks that will accentuate your cut.
- Avoid excessive styling, as most hairstyles won’t hold much, owing to the high humidity in the air. Also, with the usage of too many styling products, your hair may get drier and brittle. Loose buns or a loose ponytail are good, as these do not trap much water and also protect your hair from direct exposure to the humidity.
- Cleansing is essential, especially in monsoons to avoid pore clogging. One should use a milk-based or cream-based cleanser.
- Keep splashing cold water on your face as often as you can and tone it with a mild toner containing aloe vera, as it is light and refreshing.
- Exfoliation can do wonders if done in the right manner. Exfoliating your skin is important during the monsoons as dead skin cells keep piling up. It also helps to avoid any pigmentation and rejuvenates the skin. You may try 30 per cent Glycolic Acid peels every 15 days to keep your skin healthy and luminous.
- Use a light moisturiser, preferably a non water-based, if you constantly keep getting wet in the rain.
- Apply a good SPF like SPF 30, which doesn’t wash off easily.
- To protect the skin on the rest of your body, use a lotion containing Vitamin C.
- Keep yourself well-hydrated, as your body loses moisture in monsoons as well. To avoid fungal infections due to high content of moisture in the atmosphere, dry yourself well and apply an anti-fungal cleanser weekly. The key is keeping your skin safe, healthy, hygienic and hydrated.
So friends are ready for monsoon now… 🙂