Hey Beauties,

Whenever it comes to beauty a woman can do so many mistakes. If you disregard a small detail, the whole thing threatens to fall apart, which is why I brought 3 common beauty mistakes with me and with them 3 quick tips on how you could fix it.



Most people apply their conditioner as they do with their shampoo: starting at the top of the head and working their way  down to the ends. Why not, you ask. We want our whole head of hair to look all shiny and silky, after all.

But the hair closest to the roots is healthy and new. It’s the ends that are old and damaged. By applying the product onto your whole head you can risk weighing your hair down, losing volume, making it look greasy and wasting product.

A better way is it to start at your ear lopes and work your way down. You will be amazed by the results, your hair will gain volume and you won’t have to wash it as often anymore.



Oh ladies, I know this one way too well. After 15 minutes of forming and painting a face on your actual face you just end up looking into the mirror of the elevator of your university looking disheveled and blotchy.

That is the common result of not giving your moisturizer the much needed time to dry. The creaminess of the moisturizer can cause the foundation to thin out. You have to give your skin at least 1 – 2 minutes time to soak it all in.

If you don’t have the time, take a tissue and carefully blot your face before applying your foundation.



Last but not least: The third common mistake. It regards the last step of our beauty regime: applying the fragrance.

We gals often do not muster up the time to apply our expensive fragrances the proper way. Don’t spray it onto your clothes, as the fabric fiber can make the perfume smell unpleasant. Fragrances are formulated to be applied on to the skin, where it then interacts with our body heat.

A better way is  to find your pulse points (wrists, throat and behind the earlobes). Lightly dab the product on to the skin. Avoid rubbing your wrists together as it can destroy the molecular structure of the fragrance.








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