How to look pretty?
Every girl is beautiful, but sometimes it’s hard to remember her. Feeling beautiful is an integral part of looking good, and thankfully there are many little ways to remind yourself of that. Take these daily steps and feel your most confident and beautiful!
Find the right shampoo and conditioner.
Some products are better for certain hair types. Ask a professional or take the time to experiment.
Wash the roots and condition the ends with shampoo. It prevents buildup on the scalp and prevents split ends.
Wash your hair with cold water. It retains the protein of the product in the hair, making it healthier and shinier.
The hot water opens the pores of the hair, allowing nutrients to flow out.
Take care of her.
Don’t feel like you need to wash every day! This dries out the skin and strips it of its good natural oils.
Thick, rough or frizzy hair does not need to be washed frequently.
If needed, deep-condition your hair once a week. This is an especially good idea for colored or damaged hair.
Stay away from the heat.
Hair dryers, curling irons, and flat irons can damage hair from root to tip. Allow your hair to air dry and style to avoid unnecessary damage.
If you need to dry your hair, use a low speed. The higher the temperature, the greater the damage.
Trim your hair every 6-8 weeks.
Stylized hairstyles keep split ends out of control.
No need to go to the salon – do it yourself! Stick to your style. Only clean the ends.
Highlight your natural hairstyle.
If you have curly hair, stop those curls! If you have straight hair, get out of the shower and into the world (but get dressed first). A girl’s natural beauty will always be her best image.
Use products to improve the quality of your hair. Use a gel or spray to style your curls, or use a serum to straighten your hair.
Stick to a balanced diet. Your hair, skin, nails and posture all depend on it.
Extreme diets may seem effective, but they can take a toll on your body. A healthy diet ensures that you get all the essential vitamins and minerals your body needs to grow and glow.
Your hair gets its nutrients from whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Without them, it grows slowly and looks lethargic.
Know your skin type.
Establishing a routine for your own skin will maximize its effectiveness, leaving you radiant and photo-ready.
dry – sometimes flaky, some pimples,
Fat content – oily sheen and rash tendencies, enlarged pores
Combination: Oily T-zone (forehead, nose, chin) and dry cheeks.
It can change with the seasons or become greasy or dry.
Sensitivity – Allergic reaction to the product, slight redness in harsher weather conditions.
Many moisturizers or lotions contain a small amount of SPF.
Stay away from tanning beds. Prolonged exposure to the sun is already harmful to the skin, but unnatural UV radiation is worse. Sunburn can cause wrinkles, blemishes, and apparently skin cancer. Youth is temporary; don’t rush!
Everything your mother told you was true. What is good for you is also good for your body.
I don’t smoke. Smoking has been proven to prolong the life of your skin and teeth. 
Sleep with your beauty! Studies show that 8 hours of sleep can reduce stress (better skin), a healthy weight and more creativity!