There are two things that make hair look scruffy and unkempt. One is suffering from dry, brittle hair, and the other is greasy hair. Both of these things let the world know you really haven't bothered with taking care of yourself. But rectifying your hair struggles doesn't mean expensive weekly trips to the salon. There are plenty of inexpensive things you can do at home to save your ailing hair. If you struggle with greasy hair but don't have the time to wash it as frequently as you'd like, make dry shampoo your best friend. This handy little product is available in most drugstores and can even help lift and volumize your hair. If your hair is dry as a bone, use a hair mask once a week to inject some shine and life back into it. Coconut oil is also a great substitute if you don't want to spend money on a hair mask.
The state of someone's teeth can say a lot about them as a person. They are the first thing we notice on prospective partners, and it's fair to say that everyone wants that Hollywood smile. Implementing a good dental care routine in your home, including flossing, can considerably brighten up your smile. However, if you have a more serious issue with your teeth, this is one area that's best left to the professionals. Consider having some cosmetic dentistry if your teeth are severely misaligned. There are many different procedures your dental surgeon will be able to offer you, all varying in terms of how invasive they are.
Skin and eyes
Moms are usually tired - that's simply a fact of life. But, if you're sick of people commenting on your dark circles and puffy eyes, don't just let it be. Do something about it! Solving this common problem is easier than you think. For puffiness, splash your eyes with cold water to reduce the swelling, or place cucumbers over them. Caffeine scrubs are great for rejuvenating dark circles, and makeup can be your savior here too. Investing in a great concealer and highlighter for use under your eye can hide a multitude of late night sins.
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