Makeup and skin care – yes, they go hand in hand. After all, skin is the largest organ in the body. Quite often, this is a subject addressed only to women. In this day and age of the metro sexual man, skin care is a topic for both women and men alike.
There are several things to be kept in mind when you want to apply makeup. Here are some tips and tricks to effectively apply makeup and care for your skin.
It is important to see the active ingredients in any makeup product that you buy. This way, you can eliminate any product that has allergy causing ingredients.
You may be aware of products that cause you allergies, so it is best to avoid these products. It is typically suggested that you do a patch test of any product that you buy.
This can be done in an inconspicuous place on your body like the elbow or behind the ears. This patch test allows you to see if your skin reacts well with the product. The expiry date on your beauty products is very important.
Since, we use brushes and puffs to apply makeup, there could be bacteria build up. As a result, it is wise to stop using the products beyond their use by date.
The product also starts to disintegrate after the said period. On the same note, it is important to regularly clean your makeup brushes and applicators. This prevents germs from being transmitted from the applicator to the skin, back and forth.
Nail care beings with having clear and clean nails. It can then be cut and shaped as desired. Cuticle cream can be used to make the cuticles smooth. When it comes to eyes, there are liquid eyeliners as well as pencils available to highlight them. Choose the best option based on the shape and setting of the eyes and the skin texture around the eyes.
It is important to remove makeup before going to bed. This allows the skin to breathe. It is essential to use a gentle cleanser to wipe the makeup off instead of scouring it.
A dermatologist can help in case of any skin related problems and issues like acne, rashes, loss of pigmentation etc. Try these tips and see a noticeable difference in your skin.