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I’ve shared many times already that investing in laser hair removal was one of the best decisions, beauty-wise, I have ever made. I would even say that it was life changing for me. It is a personal choice whether or not you want your hair removed but if you do want that – I personally was very impressed by laser, and I did try many other methods.
You can’t expose the treated skin to the sunlight for some time, hence now, when it’s Autumn – it’s the best time to book your first appointment. It will take a few months to get it all sorted so you should be done by your next summer holiday. This is why I bring you a collaboration with a beauty writer on the benefits of laser hair removal.
From hairy armpits to fuzzy legs and everywhere in-between, fighting the battle against body hair has become a modern obsession. When it comes to hair removal, there are plenty of methods to choose from but some are more effective than others.
One of the most popular methods is laser hair removal. It may sound hi-tech and maybe even a little scary but laser hair removal offers a quick and easy way to banish that unwanted hair which is causing you grief.
Read on to find out just what makes laser hair removal such a popular choice and how it could work for you.
1. Reduces Hair Regrowth
One of the main advantages of laser hair removal is that it drastically reduces hair regrowth. By destroying the hair follicles with laser beams, your hair regrowth is drastically halted and most users experience a significant reduction in the number of unwanted hairs wherever they have treatment.
If you’re sick of shaving, threading or waxing, laser hair removal offers more effective and longer-lasting results. Many users even have permanent results with no hair regrowth once their treatment course has finished.
I have already shared some of my tips on how to get summer ready beauty wise, as cliche as it sounds, and today I wanted to concentrate on a laser hair removal.
I have been meaning to try laser hair removal for years, and finally started in February. I will be happy to share my experience in the future, as it has been my 5th session last week but for now I would like to share some tips in collaboration with Ny Laser Outlet.
Have you heard about laser hair removal? Are you considering trying it because you are tired of shaving or waxing? Before you do, you should have a full understanding of the process, including whether you are eligible for it or not. Here’s everything you should know before having laser hair removal performed on your body.
Can You Have Laser Hair Removal at All?
The short answer is yes, you probably can have laser hair removal done. However, there are some exceptions. First, you must understand that most lasers are designed to work best on people with light colored skin. That is because they are designed to work by zeroing in on dark areas against light backgrounds. Those dark areas are the hairs. However, if you have dark skin, ND Yag and other
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You only have to read your favourite magazines to know that even the most beautiful women feel as though they have flaws. It’s good to know that celebrities have the same worries as ordinary women. Since we all tend to have the same few problems, there are loads of solutions that we can share with one another.
When you have poor skin you don’t feel beautiful but there are ways to combat it. If you suffer from spots, blackheads or dullness, exfoliating can help. There are plenty of exfoliating products available so you can find one that suits you. Dry skin can be painful and develop redness as well as feeling unpleasant to the touch. Moisturising keeps your skin supple and smooth, but if you use too much cream or the wrong one for your skin type you could develop clogged pores. Some people use a body oil which can be rubbed or sprayed on and tends to be lighter and more easily absorbed.
If you are too pale, it can make you look tired and unhealthy, even if you’re in great shape! The perfect way to give your skin a boost is to get yourself a year-round tan without ever needing to go near a beach or a sun bed by applying fake tan. With some very effective home tanning products available, it’s easy to get a sun-kissed glow that is the perfect base for minimal make up or for when you go bare-faced. Just make sure you exfoliate before you use the tan so it will go on smoothly and have a good finish.
Very few women are lucky enough to have evenly pigmented skin over their whole face. Most of us have dark circles under our eyes or redness on or around the nose or chin at least some of the time. Using concealer before applying any other make-up is an easy way to deal with this; give it plenty of time to soak in before applying anything else or it is likely to
Although plum and burgundy are the hottest lip colours this season red lip is often associated with the holidays! And you will always look classy and fabulous with red lipstick!
I’ve found this quote of Gwyneth Paltrow and I thought I’d share with you: “Beauty, to me, is about being comfortable in your own skin. That, or a kick-ass red lipstick.”
- So how do you wear your red? Do you like sheer and sparkling red gloss?
- Or maybe hot and glossy red lipstick?
- Fan of vintage glamour? Then you go for classy matte red lips!
I believe that every girl can find a perfect red for herself but no matter what kind of red you’ve chosen there are some tips that will help everyone:
1.Exfoliate and Moisturize
Make sure that your lips are moisturized (you can use a lip scrub before moisturizing, something like Sara Happ) and not dry so that the lipstick glides on and doesn’t emphasize the dry parts. What girl doesn’t like a beautiful lip balm especially the one that smells like strawberry and comes in a beautiful vintage package? Like this one I’ve got for myself from Rose & Co for £4.99 from Boots.
2. The Lipstick
I guess we all know how to use a lip gloss, but what about the lipstick? There are so many ways to do it! You can use it straight from the tube, use it with a brush or apply it with your fingers over the lip balm for a more natural and sheer effect.
This is how I like to use a red lipstick. I usually go for a