- Start with a cleanse
- Dont forget to exfoliate
- Make use of rose water
- Go spotless
- Try a massage
- Remember your eyes
Start with a cleanse
If you’ve been slacking off as far as your skin care regime is concerned, know that the only way to get things in check before New Years is by including a face wash that cleanses and leaves that glow on your skin before you start your makeup look. We suggest going with the Lakmé Blush & Glow Crème Face Wash that has a potent formula, which comes with beads that burst on your skin to lend it a gentle hint of colour. In addition to lending colour, these beads also scrub your skin gently without causing dryness.
Dont forget to exfoliate
If you’re reading this now, it means you only have a few days to get ready for New Year’s Eve. Have you been feeling like your skin looks extremely rather dull? Blame it on dead skin buildup and your inability to follow a healthy skin care regime. But there’s still time—you can correct this by exfoliating your skin every alternate day. This will help in removal of dead cells thereby revealing a glowing complexion so your final makeup look is bang on!
Make use of rose water
This is when you need your skin to feel refreshed by way of a face mist. Do so by adding rose water to your regime. Not only is it hydrating but it also strengthens skin cells and regenerates tissues—just what you need for that glow on New Year’s Eve. You can just spritz some rose water twice a day and even before finally applying makeup for New Years.
Afraid that your dark spots are going to be overtly visible? We feel you! Exactly why we’re suggesting the perfect solution to dark spots—the Pond's White Beauty Winter Anti-spot Moisturiser that works as a skin lightening treatment along with a cold cream to give you smooth and hydrated skin.
Try a massage
There’s nothing quite relaxing like a facial massage. Just before you start your makeup, as a prep step, massage your skin using a moisturiser. This will ensure blood circulation, which will in turn, give you flawless skin.
Remember your eyes
Yes, you are going to use an under eye concealer but you want to make sure you care for peepers because your under eye area can actually give away how tired you are. Plus, if your concealer isn’t longlasting, your puffy eyes will be all the more visible. This is why you need to de-puff your eyes with frozen tea bags or apply a hydrating eye cream that will give it a boost of moisture before you start your makeup.