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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Your Beauty Secret

How do you make yourself beautiful? Do you buy a lot of make-up and beauty products? Is your bathroom counter becoming to look like beauty counters in a department store? Lol, I am not exaggerating. I'm sure most women have a lot of beauty creams and products.

Looking beautiful shouldn't come with a long list of beauty products. I am sure you've invested a lot and most of them are expiring and drying up because you don't have the time to use up all those items. I have to admit that I'm only good at buying new products that I see on ads and use it only a few times because later on I become lazy. What a waste of money!

I've read that to look beautiful, you don't need a long list of beauty creams. Don't confuse your skin with too much pampering and unnecessary spending. Instead, leave just the multitaskers, like a cream that works for the whole face. Get rid of "this one is for the under-eye", "this one is for the laugh lines", this one is for neck", "this one during nightime" and "this one is is for daytime". Aside from easing up your load and routine, you'll ease up your pockets too.

4 comments :

HEALTH NUT WANNABEE MOM said...

Great advice! It gets so expensive trying to keep up!

EastCoastLife said...

No matter how much beauty products I use, they don't make me any more beautiful! *wails*

I have a meme for you!

I want to see what you, an intelligent woman, wife and mother, have in your handbag or purse. hehe...

Patricia said...

I agree. I don't have many creams and the ones I use I get at the drugstore, not a fancy department store. I also buy cheap make-up. No one else can seem to tell the difference.

neferiti said...

Fantastic advice. A goodnight sleep and keeping your face clean can go along way. Thank you for sharing.

 
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