Anything about this. One tip to help the transition is to cut hair short so that the dyed hair will grow out very quickly. Another tip is to colour the growing white roots with a hair colour pencil, which will wash out with a shampoo. There are non- perma
18- YEAR-OLD GIRL WITH VERY NICE FEATURES, EXCEPT FOR my lips which are very thin. Please tell me how to have plump, luscious lips which many girls have. The shape of lips and the size of the mouth, among other things, is often a genetic factor, and inherited from family genes.
But there are many ways of improving on the lip contours nature has given us!
With a lip pencil, trace an outer line around the lips, and then fill it with the pencil carefully. Apply lipstick going out to the penciled outline. Take care that the application is smooth, add a layer of gloss on the top if you wish. Voila! Your lips will look instantly broader.
A cosmetic surgeon can use fillers to plump up the lips with Botox injections. This is a common procedure but should be done by an experienced surgeon as there are many blotched cases being reported.
AM A 45- YEAR-OLD WOMAN IN DELHI. I HAVE ALWAYS HAD A smooth, clear complexion but now I am shocked to find brownish patches appearing on my face, over my nose and on my cheeks. I have tried whitening creams to no avail. Please tell me how to get rid of this discolouration and how it was caused.
It seems that you either have a fungal infection or a condition called melasma. This causes brown or greybrown patches on the face, usually on the nose, forehead, chin and upper lip.
These are sometimes called butterfly patches due to their characteristic shape. It occurs in pregnancy and menopause due to hormonal changes, when it is termed chloasma .
Avoid exposure to the sun since ultraviolet rays worsen the discolouration. Always wear sunscreen.
Doctors can prescribe topical ointments and creams, but these may not be of much use. Melasma patches last for a long time, and sometimes for always.
Your best bet would be to use foundation to conceal the patches.
AM A 58- YEAR-OLD WOMAN WHO HAS BEEN COLOURING her HAIR from the time I was in my early 30s as I went grey prematurely. Now, I want to stop the dying and get the natural look. Please tell me how to do this without sporting ugly looking hair till the greying process is complete. Now, I have shoulder-length hair.
To become grey from the beginning is much more easy than to colour for some time and then decide to stop . In the interim period till the hair completely grows out of its dyed length can be quite unsightly if you do not do
around the eyes. Please tell me how to do this, and how this helps. I am a 25-year-old from Surat. Apply a little eye cream or gel smoothly under your lower eyelid. With the tip of your middle finger, starting from below the tear duct of each eye near the nose, with some pressure, keep pressing the area under the eye till your finger reaches your temple.
Using anti-clockwise movements, massage the temples to drain the lymph and toxin build-up. Repeat thrice at a time.
Cool the gel or cream in the fridge before hand as the chill will constrict capillaries and reduce puffiness and even the dark circles.
and a moisturiser. How does one use these, and for what purpose? A concealer is a liquid or cream which helps to smoothen pits and small blemishes on the face by covering these effectively.
You can use it on your whole face, if you wish, or only on the trouble areas.
Many women substitute make- up simply with a concealer. They find it sufficient. A concealer is applied under make-up or foundation for then these are able to give a smooth matt finish.
A moisturiser is a product which helps to hydrate facial skin. It is needed when you have dry flaky skin; avoid this if your skin is naturally oily or greasy, or prone to acne.
First wash your face, pat dry but leave a slight film of moisture. Apply the moisturiser using your fingertips, smoothly and evenly.
The object is to trap in the moisture so that the skin does not dry or dehydrate.
You get moisturisers with SPF also which are useful when going out in the sun and in ultraviolet rays exposure.
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