If you think winter is all about fire side reading, layered clothes, a hot mug of coffee and being comfortably wrapped in quilt, then you are wrong. Winter brings along a lot of complications to your skin and hair along with the beautiful snow and frosty winds. Here are few tips to stay beautiful for the season.
- Deep conditioning regularly is essential during winter as the hair tends to become dry
- Once or twice a week you could massage your hair with warm olive oil, but do not let it soak for a long time
- As winter clothing like turtlenecks, scarves and hats can cause breakage to the hair affecting the hairline, make sure you cover your scalp with silk scarf before covering with woolen wears
- Avoid leaving the hair open, style it with a knot, twist or braid as cool winds can be rough on them
- Winter is a favorite time for split ends, hence trim them
- Avoid using blow dryers and if you have to seek the help of a hood. Natural drying is better in winter
- Avoid coloring, streaking or ironing the hair during winter as it makes the hair devoid of moisture
The health of the skin not only depends upon the external treatment provided but also on proper dietary intake. Water helps the skin to retain its moisture and keeps away skin disorders. Additionally you could follow a few more winter skin care routine to protect your skin against the harsh weather.
- Add a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits to your daily diet to keep your skin glowing.
- For a soft and supple skin, a paste of green gram powder could be used instead of soap
- Apply some coconut oil on the skin before bathing to get rid of dryness
- Cold cream is a must during this season , apply some before sleeping
- Avoid using extremely hot water to bathe during winter
Legs, Hands and Nails:
- Add a few drops of oil in water and soak your leg in it for sometime
- Use rubber gloves for hands while working with water
- Cover the nails with base coat to protect against the cold weather
- Butter is known to be very affective in curing dryness of lips
- Petroleum jelly is a good alternative too
That's all for now. Have a cozy winter.
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When a bracelet is described as 14K Gold and it has in the descrption: Finishing:Polished Weight: 1.9 Grams??
and . . . It cost $100+ Does this mean it is gold plated OR Gold ALL the way thru????
My Polished got cut off. . . It is POLISHED NOT Polis . .
1.9gms * 58% = 1.102gms gold.
1.102gms was mixed with .798gms of lead or some other cheap strong metal and poured into a mold to form your bracelet.
It's gold/cheap metal all the way through.
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