Eye creams are a must! Do not use your face cream as an eye cream as the skin around the eye area is thinner and absorbs active ingredients more readily which could irritate the eye area.
Serious clinical research is starting to reveal that seeing the glass as half full, instead of half empty, can have an impact on your work, your health, your life and even your skin. (Quote from Dr Murad)
Drinking plently of water helps your skin look good by moisturising it from the inside out. Not drinking enough water will dry out your skin leading to wrinkles.
Beautiful looking nails can work as an asset in both the social and business world!
Use a good moisturiser on nails and cuticles as the Vitamin E and collagen is very good for them.
Don't over do hand washing and limit contact with cleaning chemicals.
Avoid electric drills, they significantly weaken the nail bed and create ridges.
Push cuticles back to reveal a longer and healthier looking nail.
Your shellac nails should remain shiny and chip-free for up to 14 days, if you take care of them responsibly. Don’t worry about your day to day activities: taking out keys, working on the computer and (light) cooking are no match for the combination of traditional nail polish and gel polish that is shellac. When your days fill up with chores and outdoor fun, remember these three rules of shellac-maintenance.
If you’re going to be washing dishes, scrubbing floors or gardening, you should wear gloves to protect your nails and your delicate skin. Wearing gloves is especially important if you’ll be using any harsh detergents or chemicals such as bleach, which can cause the shellac to lift or chip at the edge of your nails.
Protecting your hands is just as important when you’re having fun as when you’re working. Swimming in chlorinated pools and spending extra time outside in the sun can fade the colour and weaken the shellac. Remember to wash and dry your hands carefully after you’ve been in the pool and apply hand cream plus an SPF product to protect skin and nails.
Keeping your skin moisturised will extend the life of your shellac nails and keep your hands looking healthy and youthful. Use hand cream during the day and a richer cuticle oil at night before bed. The oil will treat your fingers overnight and keep nails from flaking from lack of moisture.
Add a layer of clear top coat polish to your manicure once a week. This will maintain a strong layer of protection between your shellac and the environment. If you’re following the previous two rules – protect and moisturise – adding a clear top coat every 7 days will be all you need to keep the polish glossy.
After 10-14 days (depending on how fast your nails grow) you’ll start to notice a bare nail area around your cuticles as your natural nails grow longer. At that point you should make an appointment to visit a professional nail salon or remove the shellac yourself at home using the proper tools.
Exfoliating before getting your waxing done will help rid dead skin cells around skin pores and hair follicles, providing an easier exit.
Drinking lots of caffeine or alcohol before waxing is not a good idea as stimulants in the system can cause skin to be extra sensitive.
To avoid ingrown hair, exfoliate waxed area (48 hours after treatment) 2-3 times a week to get rid of dead skin layer so your hair can grow above skin surface.
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