Beauty has so many possibilities as to what you can use, do, and how you can apply it to your own personal appearance. It is rare to find somebody that will appear just like you, so why not take advantage of that, and create a beauty regimen that works for you and only you? This article can help you.
Avoid commercial "body butters" that contain chemicals, dyes and additives. All natural walnut oil or peanut oil make wonderful all-over body moisturizers. They are very inexpensive and are scent free. If you want scent, you can add the essential oil of your choice. After your bath, slather walnut or peanut oil on lavishly. Wrap up in an old terry-cloth robe and curl up with a good book or a movie while your moisture treatment soaks in.
If you want to make your lips more natural, try to stay away from lipstick and use clear lip gloss instead. Most lipstick colors are dramatically different than your natural lip color, which will make your lips look fake. Clear lip gloss will make your lips more shiner, while remaining natural.
Use a brow gel to stimulate growth in sparse eye brows. Whether you have naturally sparse brows or got a little overzealous with the tweezers, a brow gel can help grow hair back. Look for one that has added protein. In the meantime, use fillers to shade the thin areas.
Eat a balanced, healthy diet. What you put into your body will ultimately reveal itself on the outside, so it's important to feed your body a diet that is low in carbohydrates, fats and sugars so that your complexion stays clear and bright. Splurging is OK, but make sure that your diet stays healthy enough to look your best.
Isn't creating your own personal beauty regimen a lot of fun? As you have seen in this article, there are a lot of ways this can be done and no two techniques or products will yield the same results. There are also lots of customizable options that can work with your skill set and budget.