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Beauty Tips for Gorgeous Skin and Hair on your special occasion

Top 10 Beauty Tips for Gorgeous Skin and Hair on your special occasion

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Your skin and hair may not get the necessary nutrients and hydration during Ramadan, hence they need extra care and attention. In the summer, you want to maintain healthy skin and shiny hair. Your skin, nails and hair may not get the necessary nutrients and hydration during summer and may look dull due to the lack of proper maintenance. So, to maintain gorgeous and beautiful skin and hair, here are the top ten beauty tips, just for you!


  1. Exfoliate Regularly

Skincare in summer is crucial because, during this period, dead skin cells and clogged up pores can cause breakouts. It is crucial to exfoliate twice or thrice a week, then your face will be free of makeup residues, and you will have a glowing look. Exfoliating can also benefit your dehydrated lips during summer. 


  1. Hydrate Yourself

It is common to be dehydrated in summer. You need to drink at least eight glasses of water per day to keep your skin hydrated.Drink plenty of water during day and night. 


  1. Moisturise Your Skin

Lack of water in your body can lead to dry skin. After thoroughly cleaning your face, you Should can apply a moisturiser. Moisturise your face and skin twice a day. You can also use coconut oil as a moisturiser. Moisturising with coconut oil will keep your skin hydrated and lively.


  1. Use Less makeup

This tip is for those who use heavy makeup during Ramadan. Overuse of makeup in Ramadan can clog your pores or can aggravate the clogged pores even more. You need to take care of your skin by not wearing heavy makeup. Try to avoid silicone-based beauty products and full coverage foundations. 


  1. Hair care

In the holy month of Ramadan, don’t forget to take care of your hair. Your body may face dehydration during fasting, and dehydration can lead to dull hair.So, your hair needs extra attention.

Shampoo your hair twice a week. Choose a moisturising shampoo and conditioner that is loaded with natural oils. Use coconut oil for deep conditioning your hair. Coconut oil is rich in vitamins and nutrients. It is easily absorbed by your hair shafts and provides nourishment from inside to make your hair healthy, shiny and lustrous. 


  1. Eat Healthy Food

You need to give your body the necessary vitamins and minerals to function correctly.To provide your body with sufficient nutrients, you need to choose healthy foods for every meal. Go for vegetables like carrots, spinach, broccoli as they are packed with vital vitamins and minerals. Also, make space for fruits and nuts on your platter as they provide essential antioxidants and minerals that your skin needs. 

You can pick dates for snacks as they are rich in calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and Vitamin A.


  1. Avoid sugar

Sugary foods are tempting, especially during summer, your brain can crave some sugar but don’t give in to those cravings and to take care of your skin, avoid sugar at any cost.  You can take care of skin by avoiding sugar easily. 

Processed foods are loaded  with sugar, and that sugar breaks down your elastin and collagen, and as a result, your skin suffers from premature ageing. Overflow of sugar in your system can also weaken your immune system and cause an acne breakout.


  1. Use sunscreen

It is always a great idea to wear sunscreen even if you don’t go outdoors that much. It is vital for skin care in Ramadan to avoid the sun in peak hours. Use sunscreen 30 min before going outside, and every four hours, re-apply the sunscreen.


  1. Take care of your nails

Many people may follow hair care tips or skincare tips, but only a few take the time to nurture the nails.

Taking care of your nail beds is as important as taking care of your hair and skin. To have healthier and stronger nails, you can apply a homemade cuticle cream. 

You will need-

  • Three tablespoons of coconut oil
  • One tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
  • ¼ cup of shea butter
  • One tablespoon of wheat germ oil

You can opt for Vitamin E if you cannot find wheat germ oil.


  • Melt the shea butter on a stove and add all the oils
  • Slowly mix them
  • Pour the mixture into a pot and cool it in the freezer till the surface becomes solid
  • Defrost and blend the mixture with a hand mixer till it reaches lotion-like consistency
  • Apply the mixture every night to your nails and cuticles before going to bed
  • Put on pair of  cotton hand gloves for better moisturisation


  1. Avoid stress

Stress can be fatal to both mental and physical. It also causes some serious damage to our skin and accelerates the ageing process. Stress reduces the water retention ability of our skin and it can also be the reason behind breakouts. It is easier said than done but try to avoid stress as much as possible.  


How can I keep my skin clear during summer?

Taking care of your skin is crucial during summer. You can get clearer skin if you exfoliate your face and body twice or thrice a week, dead skin cells will be removed, and you will have glowing skin. Also, don’t forget to drink plenty of water.

How can I take care of my hair at home?

You can use coconut oil for moisturising and deep conditioning your hair at home. It is easy way to take care of hair. Coconut oil is filled with nutrients that give your hair the necessary nourishment. 

How can I get healthy hair at home?

Healthy hair is the result of healthy habits. Follow good hair care tips and maintain them religiously. Oil your hair regularly. You can choose coconut oil for this purpose to take care of hair. Additionally, use a shampoo that is equipped with natural oil and eat healthily.  

How can I make my face glow naturally?

Makeup residues and dead skin cells can reduce your face’s shine significantly. Exfoliate your face once a week, and you can have a naturally glowing look. This is how you can take care of skin.