Do you want to look pretty on Valentine’s Day? Start with glowing skin!
My skin is very fair and I adore people with darker skin tones very much and would love to have a nice tan, but I have always stayed away from sunless tan products as they look extremely unnatural on my skin. Last year I discovered Clarins Radiance Plus Golden-Glow Booster and I was hooked on it from the first use. This is now my secret weapon to looking radiant even I have been neglecting my skin for a couple of weeks. This glow booster will give you a subtle natural glow instantly. I am not wearing any foundation in the photos above to show you how much glow you can achieve with this product in just 2 applications!
How to make your skin glow
Healthy Breakfast #1: Wild Blueberry Chia Oatmeal with Walnuts
Steel-cut oats: Provide you with protein, fiber, antioxidants, calcium, magnesium, zinc and potassium.
Chia seeds: Are loaded with antioxidants and protein as well as fiber, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus while adding very few calories.
Ground flax seeds: Good source of Omega-3s and fiber. Use ground flax seeds for better absorption of nutrients.
Blueberries: Super high in antioxidants that help fight premature aging.
Goji berries: Excellent source of antioxidants and beta-carotene. Warning: goji berries may interact with some drugs. If you take warfarin (a blood thinner), diabetes or blood pressure drug talk with your doctor first.
Walnuts: Rich in Omega-3s and Vitamin E that are essential for smooth, glowing skin.
5 affordable and achievable beauty goals for 2016
- Face exercise
Why: I have noticed that my face started to droop and this year I am going to try to make face exercise a routine in order to keep my face muscles toned and have youthful jawline. A few years ago I was carpooling with my husband so I did the exercise while riding in the car and I loved the results. My goal for this year is to do it at least 3 times a week.
Problem: I am not comfortable doing it when someone else is around because you look somewhat silly and when I happen to be alone, I simply forget about it.
Approach: Start with 3 basic exercises that I could do when I watch TV. Or set reminders on my computer to do it every couple of hours and hope that I do it at least once each day.