Need to get rid of tired or puffy eyes immediately? Keep a spoon in the freezer and apply to eyelids for a few minutes to reduce redness.
To keep wrinkles at bay, soften your skin, and stimulate circulation, make sure you regularly do a face massage. Make sure your face and hands are completely clean, then gently but firmly move your fingertips in an upward and outward fashion towards your temple.
When washing your face, always wash your hands first - this prevents bacteria transferring to your skin.
If you are having trouble taming those brows, here's another little trick. Take a toothbrush, spray with a little hair spray and then brush your brows. The stickiness of the hair spray will help keep them in place.
If your brows are red and irritated from plucking, soothe the area with the help of a few cool, wet, tea bags. It will help immediately.
Oily skin has different demands than dry skin, so choose skincare products to suit your skin type.
If you have a pimple that has 'headed' don't squeeze it, rather, pull it, that way you are not damaging your skin underneath. And if it isn't 'headed' leave it alone! If you try to squeeze it you'll inevitably damage your oil gland underneath the skin, it'll spread, and that's how acne happens.
Your skin is completely rested when sleeping, so that's when skin cells are restored. Help out the process by choosing a moisturiser and eye cream specifically formulated for night.
Give your skin a boost with vitamin capsules. They contain vitamins concentrated in an oil which is applied directly to the face morning and night.
Always use a toner after cleansing. It keeps pores open so your moisturiser is more effective.
Use self tanner mixed with moisturiser to get a gradual natural glow.
Don't rub the skin around your eyes - the fragile texture will stretch leaving fine lines.
Don't overpluck your eyebrows. Full, shapely brows frame your face and look classier.
Always wear SPF sunscreen because your skin is at risk of being damaged every day by incidental rays.
Is your skin sensitive or dry? Don't use a creamy or foaming cleanser, instead just use a damp, warm soft flannel, it keeps the protective layer of you skin (the acid mantle) intact.
Running an ice cube wrapped in a paper towel over your face or washing your face in cold water when it's hot kills bacteria, decreasing the risk of pimples.
If you're sick of pimples, I've got a great solution. Mix a few drops of lavender oil with a bowl of water. Dip a face cloth in the bowl and wash your face with it three times a day. You'll soon see a difference.
Have regular facials to remove impurities and improve circulation.
Warmed honey makes a great facial cleanser.
Simply moisturising skin morning and night will take years off your age later in life.
Cool, damp teabags placed on closed eyes helps ease puffiness.
The beach is a great place to have a party. With these ideas, you can host a gathering that will be full of enthusiam and a hit with all your guests.
The beach is one of the best settings for any sort of a party. Whether it's a birthday, graduation, or for no specific reason, you can host a great gathering by keeping these tips in mind.
Preparation is the name of the game. Wherever you live, check to see what the regulations are about having parties on your beach. Call the city, town, or county in which the beach is located. Ask them if reservations are needed or if permits must be obtained. Inquire as to the beach's hours. There is nothing worse than having a party in full swing, only to have a person of authority tell you that you have to close up shop because the beach is closing. Finally, if you are planning to have it, ask if alcoholic beverages are allowed.
Prepare as much of your food as you can ahead of time. Simple dishes like pork and beans are easy, but more difficult ones can be as well. Invest in serving saver containers, and place each type of food in one of these savers. This can include meats soaking in marinades, if your menu includes them. Make sure your cooler is large enough. Don't wait until the day of the party to find out that with ice and food, your cooler will not close. Utilize paper plates and plastic silverware.
Pack as much of the food and other items as you can the night before the party. Get your volleyball net together, for example. Never wait until the morning of the party, because you will have enough on your mind trying to get everything to the beach. Write down a checklist of everything, and go through it with several people.
Get to the beach early and allow plenty of time to set up everything. If you have games planned (volleyball, paddleball, etc.), take all the items out and spread them on the sand. This will encourage your guests to use them. Make it easy for your guests to find the party. Yours may be one of many, and you do not want people getting lost. Provide them with directions, and place a big flag or other item in the sand that will make your party site easy to spot.
Bring plenty of napkins and glasses, as well as a first aid kit. Injuries happen, and the beach may be a long way away from medical attention. Should the party be a daytime one, encourage each participant to wear copious amounts of sunscreen.
Clean up all of the trash left behind by your guests. The next people who use your site will appreciate it, and many animals, such as birds, may get sick trying to eat items such as styrofoam cups. It is only courteous to do so.
These tips will help you to plan a party that is both fun and responsible.
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