Will you be my Valentine? Yes, No or Maybe?! So he asked you out and you said yes! Check out my 6 beauty tips to add some sugar and spice for your Valentine’s date!
Silky Smooth Satin Skin: Exfoliation is the key to smooth, even skin! The night before the date, exfoliate your skin with a good scrub to remove the dead skin cells. This will even out your skin tone and allow you to have a more flawless look. Say hello to a brighter and glowing complexion that he will not forget. Be sure to use an SPF in the morning, as any exfoliators can make the skin more sensitive to the sun.
Fake Out the Breakout and Belly Bloat: Eat healthier with more fruits and veggies a few weeks before to prevent bloating. Drink plenty of water to hydrate the skin and keep it clear of unnecessary breakouts. There is nothing like a big, huge zit screaming hello on your romantic date. If you should have one, invest in a spot remover to heal that zit quick, fast and in a hurry!
Flirt With A Smile: Whiten Your Teeth, you have a beautiful smile so make sure it shines. You can use the strips from the drug store or splurge on a whitening system. If you can’t get to the store, wear a red lipstick to give the effect of a whiter, brighter smile.
Nail It With A Fresh Mani: Stop and get a mani the day before or do a DIY to save and splurge on something else. If you are going to attempt a DIY, I suggest using nail stickers. “Your nails are like jewels, don’t use them as tools.” – Essie. There’s nothing like a good manicure on a man or a woman. And if you are wearing open-toed shoes, get a pedi too; freshly painted nails show that you take good care of yourself!
Make Yourself Under: Less is more…with makeup that is! Don’t overdo it with the makeup; go for a clean, fresh look. You are not auditioning for a new reality couples show so a full face is not needed here. I suggest a natural shadow, hint of blush, a little mascara and a dab of gloss. Gloss with color is okay but not a bright in color with too much pigment because it can be overkill.
Seduce Him With Your Scent: Don’t overdo it with the perfume. Find a clean, fresh scent that works well with your body chemistry. To help the scent last longer, rub a little Vaseline on your pulse points before you spray your perfume. Focusing on the pulse points ensures you don’t go overboard with the perfume and makes the scent linger, last and make him long for more!
Now that you are completely date ready from head to toe, take some time to relax, relate, release and enjoy your Valentine! MUAHClick here for reuse options!
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