In this period, masks have become essential in our daily routine but, if they protect us from germs, they can also make our skin dry with redness. How can we fight these irritation and dryness?
it’s very important to follow some rules and add serum and moisture every day to provide extra nourishment. For example, you can find some tips in this article.
I usually use hyaluronic acid and rich cream to keep my skin hydrated and I use make up even if my face is covered by the mask. So, in this case, don’t forget your sunscreen. You might think that sitting in an office can minimize exposure to the sun, but glass windows don’t necessarily block out all UV rays that are very dangerous and can cause wrinkles and skin cancer.
Focus on your eyes make up! It’s best to avoid blush and lipstick as they can stain your mask. This means the eyes should be your main focus. A simple slick of eyeliner and a coat of mascara will instantly transform your look. Don’t forget your brows, either.
“Framing the face is important, especially when we are just seeing the eyes. After applying your mascara, use what’s left on the brush and apply it gently over your brows. Pencil in any sparse areas. Set it with a clear brow gel if needed by brushing the brow hair upwards,” says a make up artist.
Also, don’t forget to take care of your lips with a lipstick to prevent dryness.
Last but not least, try to sleep better with a silk eye mask during the night, a luxury hypoallergenic pillow and a silk bed sheet. A silk eye mask will help you with those annoying dark circles under your eyes and also, sleeping in total darkness allows your body to secrete as much melatonin as possible. So, don’t forget to take care of your skin in this moment!