Cheek Color Apricot

October 22, 2009 by The Gossip Chic  
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Cheek Color Apricot

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Cheek Color Apricot
How to get rid of acne?

I'm 16 years old and I've had this problem for like 3-4 years now! It's annoying me sooooooo much!! I have like an army of pimples on my forehead (they're not huge red ones, but little skin colored bumps) and I have acne on my cheeks (again the skin colored bumps) with an occasional red pimple popping up. I also have pimple scars on my cheeks and they've been there for years. I have blackheads on my nose and I have acne on my back and some of them have even left scars. I'm even starting to get a few little whiteheads on my chest.

What do I do to get rid of all these and how do I prevent them?? I use St. Ives Apricot Scrub and it used to work at the beginning but not so much anymore. What do I do??

What are the skin-coloured bumps? My face looks so dull, please help!

I've had Acne for years too and I feel your pain!!! People think that you don't wash your skin or take care of it and it really annoys me when my friend with nice skin just says "just use a good cleanser and it will go away".

My mum is a beauty therapist so I have access to every expensive beauty product out there, regular facials etc...... and nothing external seems to work :(

The only thing that has helped me was changing my diet. You have to make your skin healthy from the inside-out not the outside-in.

Eat A well balanced diet, limiting processed foods. I eat heaps of yummy fruit.

Also you said they are forming on your back and chest. I've never had that but my mum (the beauty therapist) said that it might be because you pop the whiteheads? When you pop them they break in your skin and can enter the bloodstream, speading them thouhgtout you body.

Good-luck your not alone :)

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Gray Hair Color Tips for Going Gray and Staying That Way

Copyright (c) 2008 Lynne Hagan

It's a big decision to stop getting your hair dyed go gray. But a lot of women are doing it. Silver is in! The question is; what do I do with my hair during that awkward growing-in-stage? Then, how do I avoid looking washed-out and dull like some of those other women you've seen with gray hair.

First of all, deciding to go gray is a very bold decision. You're making the statement that you're very confident and that you're proud of your looks. Going gray is trendy and even stylish if you do it the right way.

OK, How Do I Do It?

Do it Gradually Don't give up your dye job until your roots are at least 50% gray so that your new gray hair looks symmetrical and natural as it is growing in. You don't want to totally give up coloring your hair during this awkward stage. Colorists suggest that working in some highlights or lowlights will add dimension and blend in the roots.

Think about a new hairstyle. Having your hair cut above the collar will lessen the contrast between the gray hair and the highlighted hair. Having it cut in layers also helps camouflage the multiple colors. It also gives you a more youthful appearance. In order to avoid looking like grandma, make sure you have a contemporary hairstyle. Have your hairstylist suggest a layered cut above the shoulders that would softly frame your face.

Use products that are specifically for gray hair. When your hair turns gray the protective layer becomes thin which can leave your hair coarse. Colorists recommend the following to keep your hair looking healthy:

Use a shampoo that contains a moisturizer that will give you smooth, silky hair.

Wash your hair once a week with a shampoo made specifically for gray hair. It helps counteract yellowing that the sun and hard water can cause.

Use a clear gloss or glaze once a month for shine.

Use clear gels and mousses. Colored products will tarnish gray hair.

OK, now you have gray hair. How do I avoid looking washed-out and dull like some of the other ladies that I've seen with gray hair?

Gray Hair Color Tips to Look Young and Vibrant

Foundation
Choose a laminating, moisturizing foundation. Apply powder only where you really need it. Too much powder can settle in the creases and fine lines on your face making them look more obvious.

Blush
Wear blush! It makes your complexion more vibrant. Makeup artists suggest a light English rose for fair skin and a bright peony for medium or olive skin. Apply the blush onto the apples of your cheek, then feather out towards the hairline.

Lipliner
Use a lipliner. As we age the lips thin out and lose some of the natural rosiness. Restore the contour by tracing your lips with a nude lip liner before applying your gloss or lipstick.

Lipstick
Choose a rich lipstick. Colorists suggest juicy-looking colors in pink, berry, peach or apricot tones. The nudes and browns can look a little muddy and it may be better to stay away from them. The best color for you is a few shades more intense than your natural lip color.

Eye Makeup
Brighten up your eyes by applying a linen-colored eye shadow onto your lids as the color reflects light. Then use a cream eyeliner and smudge it slightly. Black liner and gray hair tends to be a stark contrast. You'll be better off with the the softer grayish shades. If you have straight eyelashes, curl them and then apply two coats of mascara. Use a lash primer before the mascara if your eyelashes are sparse. It primes and coats the lash which makes them look thicker. Using black mascara can look a little harsh as we age. Try using brown or navy. Apply the mascara outward and up at the same time.

Eyebrows
Pay attention to your eyebrows. Use an eye pencil and fill in the sparse areas. Colorists suggest a light to medium taupe shade for fair and light eyebrows. For olive or dark complexions, choose a deep, cool brown. For gray or salt and pepper brows, a bluish gray pencil works best.

Follow these gray hair color tips whether you have frosty strands or a mane of pure white hair. Look healthy and younger!

About the Author

Lynne Hagan gives honest and unbiased information on all the aspects of anti aging. Do you want to look younger, feel good, and be healthier and happier? Lynne's blog and website is the popular source when you are looking for the best and most reliable anti aging tips. Go to =>
http://www.aginghints.com

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