It’s a 2018, which means that the majority of us are already planning on creating a lists of our New Year’s resolutions and goals to improve ourselves. And that list may include hitting the gym more, eating lots of healthy foods and creating new beauty resolutions. Agree? Yes? If yes then, what are you waiting for, scroll down and let’s make 2018 the year we embrace beauty and treat ourselves to a bit of indulgence! Because hey it’s always good to take a look at our routine and see if there are any areas that need improvement! It’ll be easy, promise!
Year 2018 is here and this is the time where we all should think about how we can change and fulfill are New Years resolutions. And we are pretty sure that some of those resolutions includes your diet, eating healthy, staying fit and most importantly updating and redeveloping your old beauty routines.
And for your information resolutions that revolve around our beauty routines are far easier to stick and fulfill to. So instead of a month of broken promises, use the new year to enlist a host of realistic and do-able changes.
Whether you want to tweak a little bit of your skincare routine or actually change everything, switch up your look or pamper yourself during what’s considered perhaps the most depressing time of the year, these are the resolutions we guarantee you won’t abandon by the end of the month.
Take a minute and upgrade your Beauty Routine in 2018 with these 5 Beauty Resolutions!
BEAUTY RESOLUTION #1: REMOVE MAKEUP EVERY NIGHT
OK, so we know you’ve heard this before, but it bears repeating! Sleeping in your foundation, mascara, and eyeliner is not exactly the best idea for your skin. In fact, while you sleep, that remaining makeup can mix with the dirt and oil on the surface of your skin—and this can lead to clogged pores, which can lead to breakouts and blackheads. Check this resolution off your list by stocking up on micellar water. Beloved by the French for years, this no-rinse facial cleanser is buzzy stateside now for good reason. Powered by tiny micelles—oil molecules—suspended in soft water, micellar water helps lift dirt, oil, and makeup off and away from the surface of your skin—no rinsing (or harsh rubbing!) required.
BEAUTY RESOLUTION #2: USE AN ANTI-AGING MOISTURIZER
If you’ve considered putting together an anti-aging skin care routine but still haven’t yet, why not go for it in the new year? New year, new skin care routine!
To get you started, add an anti-aging moisturizer, to your skin care routine. This anti-aging cream formulated with Pro-Retinol and Centella Asiatica helps repair the skin’s moisture barrier and diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with continued use over time. Apply morning and night after cleansing.
BEAUTY RESOLUTION #3: ADD SUGAR SCRUBS AND FACE MASKS TO YOUR SKIN CARE ROUTINE
Your skin deserves a little pampering every now and then. And we don’t just once every six months. That doesn’t mean you have to hit up the spa all the time—you can show your complexion some love right at home by using sugar scrubs and face masks a few times a week. Use your face scrub and face mask 2-3 times a week.
BEAUTY RESOLUTION #4: BUST OUT OF YOUR HAIR COLOR COMFORT ZONE
Envious of all the rainbow hair hues you see while scrolling through your social media feeds? Why not take a risk and paint your strands an eye-catching shade, too? Whether you love blue hair or pink hair or you prefer pastels over brights, a new hair color could be the perfect way to usher in the new year and be a little more adventurous. You can either hit up the salon and have a colorist give you a brand spanking new hair color or you can dye your hair in your own bathroom with an at-home hair color kit. Before making a commitment, give a new hair color a test drive, which washes out in one shampoo.
Just as we suggest switching up your hair color in the new year, it’s time to do the same thing when it comes to your lipstick choices, too. While matte and metallic lips were beloved in 2017, 2018 is forecasted to be the year of the shiny lip. You know the makeup look—it was popular in the ‘90s and early ‘00s.