The top 4 beauty mistakes to avoid

There are some beauty mistakes we make that are worse than others, and today we’re going to look at those that have the most negative impact on your skin and hair. Here are the four most common beauty mistakes we all seem to make every now and again.

Ignoring your skin type

We all have different skin types and it’s important to take note of yours. Learn to listen to your skin and understand its core concerns. If you really understand your skin type you will be able to select the types of products that not only work for your skin, but will help tired and dull skin regenerate and become radiant.

Not washing your makeup brushes

If you think about it for a moment, you probably use your makeup brushes every day. They come in contact with your eyes and other sensitive areas on your face daily. When you don’t wash your brushes regularly, old makeup just cakes on and they become breeding grounds for germs. It’s easy to forget, so to ensure you prevent bacteria growth, soak your brushes once a week in lukewarm water and castile soap for a good hour. Rinse and let them air dry. Easy as that!

Not moisturizing your skin enough

It doesn’t matter whether your skin is dry, oily, or mature, it deserves and needs its daily moisture boost. Yes, your skin does have its own ability to balance its water level but sometimes, because of external conditions, it really needs a little help. It’s important to keep the skin epidermis well hydrated. Because a hydrated skin is a happy skin.

Combing wet hair too vigorously

Hair is more fragile and prone to breakage when wet so it’s important to be gentle when combing. You can help keep hair intact and stave off split ends by massaging your hair with a leave-in detangler that soothes hair cuticles and then use a wide tooth comb to gently ease through knots and tangled hair.

With love,