The time is getting short and you are applying make up on your face. It is 5 pm and the wedding party will start at 6pm, it means you have only one hour.
Your car is disorder from the last two days, so have a conveyance problem as well.
There should be margin for going and coming back. So the time is narrow and you have to do a lot of work, like changing your dress and polishing your shoes, etc.
After moisturizing to your face, applying special creams, giving a natural treatment to your eyes, you look like a creature came from the other planet.
Oh! There is still the matter most of lips. Ok, select a natural color lipstick for your lips. But freeze for a movement, I want to say some words about you lips.
It may be easier to remember to give your lips special treatment if the skin on your lips really is special.
It’s like the inside of your mouth and like the skin on the rest of your body; it is membrane on outer side.
Sun, wind and cold combine with dry, indoor air and bad habits like licking or picking at your lips, to cause cracking and chapping.
Licking your lips sets up a vicious circle of dryness and chapping, making you want to lick them more. That’s a tough habit to give up. You have to be well motivated.
Men and women both with chapped lips should use a lip balm every night and keep their lips protected during the day, with a product that contains sunscreen.
It’s important to use a balm specially made for your lips rather than a moisturizer you use on your face or the rest of your body.
For the most women, lipstick is an additional layer of protection that has definite benefits to offer.
Because you lips lack the horny outer layer the rest of your skin has, they’re more exposed to water loss; they’re also more exposed to sun damage.
Lipstick, especially if it contains a sunscreen, can help protect this delicate tissue. But the difference between simply using lipstick and using it knowledgeably is vital.
Women still suffer from dry lips more than men, suspect that a contributing reason may be incorrect use of lipstick. Women frequently wipe their lipstick off to apply a new layer.
This rubbing removes any protective natural cell layer as well as the old lipstick. Whether removing makeup, lips should always be treated gently. At night, for instance, lipstick should be washed off and the lips blotted dry.
For a few of us, lipsticks can actually cause the chapping and peeling they’re meant to prevent. Lipstick allergies are quite uncommon, but if you think this might be your problem, try going without lipstick for several weeks.
If that helps, try using a lipstick that is fragrance-free, since fragrance is what people are most often allergic to in cosmetics. Another possible, but uncommon, cause of chronically dry, chapped lips is an infection.
If you’ve been troubled any other infections, you might want to check with your skin doctor about this possibility. Ah! You are getting late and I don’t want to come