15 Beauty Resolutions to Make for 2017 (That You’ll Actually Want to Keep)
The biggest concern for people as they age, especially women, is their skin. They start to reflect more and more on how it looks as a beauty regimen, Jenni Reed, a licensed cosmetologist and makeup artists, says.[slideshow:93837]
Consistency is the most difficult part about taking care of oneself. That’s why it’s great to start a resolution before the New Year comes, so you won’t have to work hard on establishing a brand new habit, Reed says. You’ll have less work to do and it’ll be easier to keep up.
One of the newest trends in the beauty industry is fashion, she adds. The skin is now seen as a feature of the makeup. The inclination is to make it a person’s best accessory, Reed says. So keep it looking young.
Don’t smoke, eat better, and exercise – these are often referred to as the basics of longevity but the reality is a little more complex. You still absolutely must quit the nasty habit, but feeling and looking younger depends on a few more easy tricks you can do during the day.
You can’t stop the clock, but you can slow its effects by slightly tweaking your lifestyle. No major changes are required. You also don’t have to spend thousands of dollars a year on facial creams or plastic surgery.