According to Womens Day Magazine here are the Top 8 Beauty Sins!

Here are your Beauty No-No’s! These (FREE) tips will help you look your best!

#1 – Falling asleep with your makeup on. Make sure you’re washing your face so your skin can breathe, and your pores won’t clog! A huge no-no!

#2 – Don’t sleep on the same side of your face every night! When you lay on the same side of your face, you can actually cause permanent wrinkles! Switch it up, sleep on different sides! Make sure you sleep on a fluffy pillow, not firm!

#3 – Do not wash your face with hot water! Hot water can cause your capillaries to pop, and cause red skin! Use tepid water!

#4 – Do not rub your eyes! The skin around your eyes is very delicate, and the more your rub your eyes – the more your eyes will sag! Stop rubbing! Also – moisturize eyes every day.

#5 – Wash your face before you wash your hair. When you’re in the shower, go from top to bottom. Wash your hair first, because when you wash your hair, oils from your hair wash down onto your face. (Ok, I didn’t even think about that!) Start with your hair – then wash your face.

#6 – Cut back on the facial moisturizer! There is too much of a good thing. You want just enough to coat your face, no more. It will clog your pores if you use too much!

#7 – Do not drink through a straw! It will actually cause permanent wrinkle lines around your mouth!

#8 – Do not wear tight ponytails. When you pull your ponytails too tight, you are pulling your hairline back! You will actually pull hair out by having a ponytail that’s too tight! Your ponytail should be lose to avoid hair loss!

So here’s my question. How many of these sins do you commit? The only two I do is drinking through a straw, and wearing tight ponytails. I just cut my hair, so it’s too short for a ponytail, but before I would definitely wear them tighter than I should!

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August 9th, 2014 at 8:23 pm

Hi Traycee,I love the fullness in your hair. I am 28 weeks post reaxelr and you are right you do have to be gentle with your hair with little manipulation. I put my hair one conditioned cleansed hairhair in a pony tail using a no metal scrungy and rolled the ends with flexirods and it came out full and cute like a rollerset. I have some earrings somewhat like yours that I bought at Macy’s, so chic.

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