http://hershoolathots.blogspot.com reminded me about some beauty advices which are known since ages from our mothers. It is like a legacy hand down from mother to their daughters.
Did you know that:
- Sleeping on a satin pillowcase keeps ur hair healthy? Did you realise that sleeping on a cotton pillowcase, makes your hair all tangled and frizzy? Well this is not really healthy for your hair. This is one thing that leads to splits and falling of hair. Sleeping on a satin pillowcase might sound luxurious but what wouldn’t a woman do for keeping her hair sparkling of light and beauty? 🙂
- Frowing and keeping a sad face can lead to wrinkles? How many times did your mother advice you to smile more and not to keep a sad face? That is because if u make a habit out of it, you will get lines and wrinkles on your cute face. 🙂
- Too much make up makes you look older? Even the make up artists advice us not to use too much of make up during the day. Extra make up can be used in the evening, to a party or a special event, and even at that time we need to take care not to become some kind of clowns. No one loves more than a natural face.
- You need at least 8 hours of sleep? I am sure all the women heard about beauty sleep, but did you know that deep sleep produce a hormone that helps the body repair and regenerate cells?
- Don’t touch your face with hands! Did you know that on hands you find a lot of bacterias? People use to touch their face often with their palm hand. Well, that is not a healthy habit so try to quit this.
- Wash your face with cabbage water. Boil a piece of cabbage for 30 minutes, remove it and keep the water in which it boiled. Let it become cold and wash your face with it. Never wash your face with soap!
If you have more beauty tips please feel free to share them with me through a comment and I will put them in the article. You can write them in romanian too 🙂 I chose english so that my friends who don’t understand romanian can read the article.
„As soon as you trust yourself, you will know how to live.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe