May 7, 2019
Almost everyone loves Halloween. It’s the time of the year where you can let your hair down and messy, be someone else that looks scary and eat lots of delicious foods and candies. However, that one day of fun can also take a real toll on your skin as sugar and inexpensive cosmetic products can aggravate skin allergy, wrinkles and even acne. Before applying that heavy makeup or dip your hands in the candy bowl, read below some tips and tricks that will give you a fresh complexion throughout the holiday season.
Choose Cosmetic Products Wisely
You are going to add mounds of mascara, foundation, body paint, glitters and others just to get that spookiest look. Always make sure to check the products and read their labels. Buying cheap products may contain some ingredients that are harmful to your skin and clog your pores. Try using hypoallergenic products or organic makeup. These products will allow your skin to breathe and through the makeup and will not suffocate the pores. The bottom line, looking great for just one night only is not worth it if you end up damaging your skin after the Halloween.
Prepare Your Skin
It is also important that before applying makeup or any cosmetic products, moisturize your skin to keep it fresh and hydrated. An excessive makeup will not parch-out the skin if there is a richly moisturized face below. You can also use products like facial applicator that will make your skin look good and healthy. Don’t forget to drink lots of water before the party to keep the skin hydrated, especially when loading yourself with alcohol, sugary candies, and high-calorie foods.
Go For Dark Chocolates
Although it is hard to resist eating sweet candies on Halloween, yet there are some healthier options you can try, which is good for the skin. Try eating only dark chocolates, especially with almond nuts because they can give you some protein. Dark chocolates are better than milk chocolates and jelly candies, which are high in sugar.
Remove Makeup Before Sleeping and Exfoliate
No matter how exhausted you already are, you need to wash your face before going to bed. If the makeup is left too long, this will clog your pores and even cause a break-out the next day. It’s best that you exfoliate and scrub away on after the party. Gently remove the makeup and rinse it thoroughly. You can use a gentle cleanser in washing your face. Exfoliating can remove the last traces of your makeup and even remove dead skin cells. Try using products that are compatible with your skin type and will not damage the skin.
Halloween is an exciting, fun event and taking care of your skin on that day is not that hard. Make sure you follow these simple skincare tips and tricks before putting that heavy makeup on. So, what’s your look this Halloween? Share it with us, because we’d love to hear from you!