Hey you, how's it hangin? I'm currently pretty sick so I've not been able to do as many looks and what not. However, as I'm all laid up in bed I can still talk about makeup, which is why we're here anyway right? So a little while ago I did a post on tips for oily skin. Now I want to cover tips for dry skin. I'm on the dry side myself. Right now it's more normal, but I definitely tend to get dry.
What I've found with having good skin is: consistency, and not changing the important things up as often. If it isn't broke then don't fix it. So I rarely change facial cleansers or moisturizers. I do try different masks more often than not. I do change up my makeup remover wipes from time to time as well. I try to have the simplest routine possible without skimping on what my skin really needs. I just really hate taking my makeup off and doing the whole regimen more so at night so I try to do as little as I can at night. Which usually calls for products that can do multiple things.
Now I don't have very sensitive skin. So I can't really speak for those that do. So definitely take that into consideration if you have that issue.
So there you go I know it's a lot of information but that's good because there are a lot of options out there for dry skin. I didn't include makeup removing things just because I wanted to focus more on the skin and how to make it look better and feel better. Dry skin can look rough and feel very tight and uncomfortable, just as dry lips can crack and hurt. So my best advice is water to rid the skin of impurities and help balance it and then work out a regimen especially at night that works best for you. Its gonna take a while to figure out what is and isn't enough but it's worth it in the long run because we can change our makeup but we can't change our skin. Good skin is the key to flawless makeup and you have to take care of it, not just for looks but for aging and to protect it against the sun and risks of sun damage and skin cancer. It starts with you and your willingness to commit to it. Which I encourage you to do more than anything else.
I'm from Tennessee. I'm a makeup and skincare lover. I have always enjoyed creating looks but I love to help people with product knowledge and application even more. I've been able to start blogging and do these things I love because God has seen fit to bless me with the opportunity. Thanks for stopping by and visiting with me!