Beauty tips for your daily routine: 7 bad habits to fix now by Morgan Bonnici - Musely
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Beauty tips for your daily routine: 7 bad habits to fix now

posted in Beauty > Makeup
05/11/2014
  • 1. Sleeping with makeup on
    Neglecting to remove your makeup before bedtime is a big beauty no-no. It clogs your pores and can cause acne breakouts. Plus, if you do it repeatedly, your skin can look dull over time due to product buildup.

  • 2. Using dirty makeup brushes
    Think about all of the surfaces your makeup brushes come in contact with: your face, your bathroom countertop and the inside of your makeup bag, to name just a few. Given that makeup brushes see a lot of places, they need to be cleaned regularly to prevent them from becoming bacteria magnets.

  • 3. Over-tweezing your brows
    Brow maintenance is key to looking groomed and polished, but some women get carried away and pluck until they're left with tadpole-like brows. Many women start plucking and don't know when to stop. They always think that ‘just one more' and they'll be perfect.

    To get a nice shape for your brows, try not to get too close to the mirror. "If you get too up-close-and-personal it's very easy to lose perspective of how much hair you're removing

  • 4. Improperly applying eyeliner
    Peart says that many women make the mistake of pulling their delicate eyelids too taut when drawing on eyeliner. Stretching the eyelid is bad because it causes fine lines and wrinkles, and can cause injury to the very thin skin around the eye.

    Instead, try this simple technique. Keep your eyelid closed and relaxed when drawing on your liner. Don't draw one continuous line; do short, even strokes all the way across the lid to get the most natural-looking line.

  • 5. Touching your face
    Touching your face throughout the day is something that most women do subconsciously, without even realizing it.

    Consistently touching your face encourages the transfer of dirt and oils from your fingertips onto your skin, which can clog your pores and cause breakouts.

  • 6. Picking at blemishes
    Blemishes are never flattering, but if squeezed, they can look even worse and leave permanent scars. Resist the urge to pick, and if you must get rid of a blemish, visit a professional esthetician who can gently extract whiteheads or blackheads.

  • 7. Using old makeup
    Like most household items, makeup expires. Once the package is opened, makeup products become more susceptible to contamination, and can collect bacteria.

    These germs will not only cause blemishes and skin irritations, but if you apply old makeup around the eye area, they can cause eye infections. Mascaras should be replaced every three to four months; foundations and lip products last around a year, and powder eye shadows and blushes can last up to two years.

  • I know that was a lot of info but it's bad habits that we all should stop❤️ please like, share and follow

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