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Makeup Bronzers- Sun kissed and Sexy without Damaging your Skin
We’ve all seen pictures of aging celebrities who have spent most of their lives basking in the warm glow of the sun. Sure, they are left with a beautiful sun kissed body; but they are also left with wrinkled skin and an enhanced chance of skin cancer. The sun is a great way to obtain Vitamin D as well as a tanned complexion; however, it is also very harmful to your skin, especially in large doses usually caused by tanning. Luckily there is a way to get this sun-kissed sexy color without succumbing to skin cancer. And, best of all, it comes in a tube!
Makeup Bronzers for All
Makeup bronzers are literally sun-kissed perfection in a tube (or jar). Makeup bronzers give your face that healthy summer glow all year round. Makeup bronzers come in powders, creams and lotion and act like tanning spray and foundation in one. You can apply it with your fingers or with a brush depending on the type of bronzer you choice to use.
First of all, makeup bronzers can conceal those aging signs such as wrinkles and crow’s feet. Makeup bronzers can also fight against the harsh environmental factors that lead to dull skin such as pollution and wind. Finally, makeup bronzer is actually quite cost effective, especially compared to the alternative of fake and bake tanning. And, finally, makeup bronzer will not damage your skin. If you find that your skin is sensitive to your choice of makeup bronzer, opt for an all natural type that does not contain any oils.
Additional Factors to Consider about Makeup Bronzer
Makeup bronzers are designed for the face. However, it is possible to use the creams and lotions elsewhere such as on your neck, your décolletage and your arms when wearing a strapless dress. However, keep in mind that makeup bronzers should be used sparingly. In the same way you can over-do it on the tanning salon, it is possible to overdo the bronzer and end up looking more like an overcooked cookie rather than a sun-kissed beach babe.
Should I straighten my hair?
I have very thick wavy hair. I’m growing my hair out and the hairdresser loved the layered haircut she gave me after straightening my hair. She said I should by a flat iron and straighten it twice a week. She said it won’t damage hair if you use a a fully ceramic iron with protective oil. Do you think I should grow it out longer? (as I originally intended)
Anyways, here are some pictures of my hair straightened and normal. I must note that that is about as neat as I can get my hair normally the same day as a wash, it gets more curly on the sides in the wind etc.
I think that you should grow it out just a little bit more. and for the straitening i think you look good either way. i guess its just how you feel about your hair that day.
Neighbors pitch in to clean up storm damage on the farms, the whine of the saws and the drone of the engines echoed across multiple tractor Foxfire hectare farm on Friday when about 30 volunteers helped clean up the damage caused by a storm Thursday.