Embarrassing Beauty Disasters Solved: Part Dos

This post is sponsored by Dove® ClearTone™ Deodorant - designed to visibly reduce underarm dark marks and even skin tone. 

 I had recently wrote two post about Daring to Bare your skin and Embarrassing Beauty Disasters Solved. Here are a few more tips to help you bare your skin and correct some beauty mistakes.

  • No need to condition your roots
Conditioning your roots can weigh down your hair and make it look greasy. The hair closest to your roots are healthy and new and conditioning it is unnecessary. Apply conditioner starting at your ears and work your way down. You'll notice more volume and your hair won't look greasy if you skip a wash.

  • Moisturizer and foundation
Moisturizer can cause founation to thin out. This can make it look blotchy and limit the amount of coverage your foundation can offer throughout the day. Wait about a minute, until the moisturizer is absorbed and dry, then apply foundation.

  • Apply perfume to your skin
Perfume can stain fabric, and fabric fibers can make perfume smell unpleasant. Fragrance is designed to be applied directly to the skin, where it interacts with your body heat. Dab or spray it onto your skin on your "pulse points"―knees, wrists, base of the throat, and behind the earlobes.

  • Dry skin on your upper arms
You can solve this issue by washing with a mild or moisturizing soap like Dove moisturizing bar and apply a moisturizer to your skin when your skin is still damp. You can also use a gentle body scrub and a moisturizer containing Glycolic or Lactic acid.

  • Static-y hair
If you often have static filled hair and look like you got into a fight with a ballon or two, you may want to carry a dryer sheet with you. You can run the dryer sheet through you hair to help combat static. No dryer sheet? No problem. Rub some lotion on your palms and run your hands through your hair. Be careful and don't over do it otherwise you'll just end up with oily hair.

I hope this helps with any beauty blunders you may encounter when trying to look your best. 
Don't forget it enjoy your beauty.

Disclosure: I was compensated for this post by the Clever Girls Collective. All the opinions expressed here are my own.

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