I shared my personal and blog goals the previous weeks. We are still in mid-January and still setting all sort of goals for 2018. Today I am sharing a different kind of goals on the blog. I rounded up six beauty resolutions to make now in order to refresh my beauty regime. If you are like me, you have all the good intentions in the world to create and maintain the perfect beauty regime. But, there is always a but, somehow you neglect to go the extra mile and do that face mask or use that serum.
Know Your Skin Type
Achieve your best ever complexion by getting to know your skin type a little better. Breakout-prone and sensitive skin types need a calming solution with anti-inflammatories, whereas dry skin needs a stronger barrier and more hydration.
Swap Shine for Velvety Skin
Pull back on the highlighter because this season’s complexion is soft-focused and shimmer-free – think a beautiful velvety finish, rather than a matte one. A light sheer loose face powder will become your new flawless skin essential.
Try Something NEW
Swap your black eyeliner for a shot of color that gives a beautiful jewel effect. Try brushing up your brows for a less groomed and more youthful look or update your powder blush for a gel-cream texture one shade brighter – it makes skin look instantly fresher.
Try a Serum for Your Scalp
Really great hair starts with a super healthy scalp, and just like your face, it benefits just as much from the right regimen. Masks and nourishing scalp serums help gently exfoliate and give your hair balance.
Treat from Inside Out
A real change to the quality of your skin and hair starts with the right nutrition. Protein powders provide the amino acids that will become the building blocks for new cells, while probiotics balance the gut and help calm inflammation and reactive skin.
Your Summer Body Starts Now
Adding salts to your bath cleans pores and helps restore the body. Try using a dry skin brush, then a targeted treatment product to minimize fluid retention and firm skin. Finish with a nourishing oil for added hydration.