10 ways to be beautiful early morning

morning beauty

One of the common beauty horrors for a women are the early morning looks, here are some beauty tips that will help you look beautiful even on an early morning.

Make a habit of washing your face a few hours before bed. If you wait until you’re tired, you’re more likely to blow it off — allowing “toxins and dirt to stay on there all night,” says dermatologist Laurie Polis of N.Y.C. Another consequence? You miss the best time to treat your skin. “At night there’s more blood flow to the skin’s surface, and there’s nothing else on your face to interfere with absorption,” Polis says.

Try: Neutrogena Deep Clean Relaxing nightly cleanser, $7; at drugstores.

Sleep on your back

Note to Audrey Hepburn fans: Lying on your stomach is bad for “beauty sleep.” The average head weighs 7 to 8 pounds — a lot of pressure to be putting on your face every night. In fact, many dermatologists say they can tell what side of the face people sleep on by the number of wrinkles there.

Use a pillow while sleeping

Sleep with your head elevated on two pillows, or put the headrest area of your bed on 2- to 4-inch pieces of wood. Gravity helps lymph and blood flow so fluid won’t accumulate, Polis says.

Low budget wrinkle free skin

At night you don’t need to worry about eye treatments smearing your makeup, so slather on the richest formula you can. Polis swears by Aquaphor: “It conditions lashes and hydrates the delicate eye skin really well.”

Try: Aquaphor Healing ointment, $9; drugstore.com

Sneak a glow

Mix a drop of self-tanner into your night cream or use a cream that contains a bit of tan-producing DHA.

Try: Clarins Radiance-Plus self-tanning cream, $52; clarinsusa.com.

Avoid carb face

To wake with defined cheekbones, eat a high-protein, low-sugar dinner (try salmon and asparagus, a natural diuretic). Skip the rice, pasta and potatoes. “When our diet’s high in glycemic carbohydrates, our features take on a soft, doughy appearance,” says Connecticut dermatologist Nicholas Perricone.

Wrap it up

To minimize A.M. frizz, sleep on a satin pillowcase or put your hair in a silk scarf. “Those fabrics are much softer than cotton, so there’s less friction,” says Harry Josh, a John Frieda stylist.

Manage your hairs

¬†Pile hair into a twist on the top of your head (use a scrunchie to avoid crimping). “In the morning you’ll have major volume and beautiful waves

Use hair conditioning

Sleep with a moisturizing treatment in damp hair overnight. We like Philip B. Katira Hair Masque, but any rich conditioner will do. Rinse in the morning.

 Try: Philip B. Katira Hair Masque, $40; philipb.com.

Try a rooster pill

Trust us, we were skeptical. But after swallowing two Wake Up on Time pills at 11 P.M., we found it much easier to get out of bed seven hours later. Created by a sleep-deprived single mother, the pills contain an energizing blend of thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamins B6 and B12 and guarana-seed extract. It’s formulated with a coating that releases ingredients into your bloodstream toward the end of your last sleep cycle, so you wake up feeling clear-headed, not fuzzy.

Try: Wake Up On Time, $30/40 tablets; wakeupontime.com.

source msn lifestyle

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