Glow naturally this Eid!
If your face is dehydrated, exhausted and looking tired from a hectic month, use natural face masks for Eid will help you out without breaking the bank
We all know festivities bring people together and knit their happiness in a way that brings a sense of optimism in each one of us. Eid is also such a festival that is well awaited by the Muslims throughout the year. But as we bid farewell to Ramadan, we can't contain our excitement for the countdown of Eid-ul-Fitr. This is also one of the times when every girl wants to look her best! Even though the salons are closed and we cannot get much social, our spirits are up to celebrate this festival at-homes. Naina Ruhail, co-founder of Vanity Wagon urges to choose products that are herbally and organically formulated to keep up the glow.
Well, let's talk about how to achieve all-things beauty this festival in some simple steps!
Cleanse your face
Use a gentle face-wash or cleanser to do so. But, in case you run out of these, take a pinch of besan, fuller's earth, and rose water onto your palms and rub this mixture gently over your damp face. This home-made cleanser will not only make your skin smooth and clear but will mildly exfoliate your face as well.
Pack your face with a nourishing mask. To get that glowing look, mix one tablespoon of honey and milk, and let it stay for about 15-20mins, then wash it off. But in-case your face is extremely oily and prone to acne, mix fuller's earth, 2 crushed mint leaves, and curd to make a smooth paste. But keep this mask over your face for about 5-10 min only, as it dries up very fast.
Mist it up
After you are done with your masking thing, gently pat down your face and neck with rose water. Rosewater takes care of your pores, hydrates, and soothes your skin while making it soft. Or any other floral toners would do the job as well.
Spill the facial oil
Facial oils can do wonders for your skin. With the right choice of facial oil, you can clear up your acne, and brighten up your skin. The compelling reason why you should be using facial oils is that the skin vomits out more sebum and oil when it is not hydrated. Facial oils help in strengthening the skin's protective barrier that keeps water and nutrients in and kicks out microbes, pollutants, etc. Oily skin people can use facial oils, enriched with Jojoba, Shea, Sweet orange essential oil, and tea tree essential oil. On the flip side, people with dry skin can use facial oils, enriched with Olive, Avocado, Coconut, and Kokum butter.
Apply light-weight Foundation and natural tints
Apply your foundation over facial oil and blend it well to make your face look dewy and glowy. Post that, pat on your natural tints or lip balms on your lips, cheeks, and eye-lids as well. A little bit of compact, some kajal and mascara to complete the look!
"But while you create this look, don't buy products that are as cheap as chips! A clean beauty marketplace, urges to use toners that are devoid of alcohol, foundations that are herbally formulated without any traces of dimethicones, Parabens, DEA, PEG, etc and lipsticks or lip balms that contain organic extracts of fruits and flowers. Because this will help in maintaining your skin and environment holistically well," says Naina Ruhail.