26.09.2020

How To Look Beautiful Without Makeup

Stylecraze Only the blessed few possess flawless skin. For the rest of us, makeup is a godsend savior! It effectively hides the flaws we want hidden and enhances our beauty on an everyday basis. However, somewhere it also points to the fact that we’re dissatisfied with the way we look naturally. And in an attempt to avoid shaming and bullying take external help. But why bow down to haters when you can look beautiful just the way you are without makeup?

No need to scratch your head and wonder how! Certain simple habits and tricks amplify your natural beauty so you never need to resort to cosmetics to be attractive. Let’s take a look at these easy tips-

1. Keep Yourself Hydrated

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Water is not just a thirst-quencher or a life-saver for your body. It plays the same role for your skin! Drinking of plenty of water can help keep your skin moisturized, which, in turn, can make it look years younger. Besides, water also helps your cells clean themselves of waste and toxins, thereby brightening and softening your skin.

2. Use A Moisturizer

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While water can help moisturize your skin from the inside, you need external moisturization too. Especially if you live in a hot and dry climate. A good moisturizer can also prevent the signs of premature aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles, from setting in, thereby making you look younger and prettier for longer. Make sure you use a high-quality moisturizer though – one that doesn’t contain harmful chemicals. The areas that you must moisturize include your face, hands, neck, and feet.

3. Use The Right Face Wash For Your Skin

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There’s nothing more beautiful than a dewy, fresh face, right? Fortunately, to get a face like that you simply need to use the right face wash. You should choose a face wash that is meant for your skin type and is, again, free of chemicals and parabens. A good face wash can not only help in cleansing your skin of dirt and impurities but can even prevent skin problems such as blackheads that ruin your beauty. Using a face wash twice a day is recommended.

4. Tone Your Skin

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Toned skin looks younger and makes your complexion brighter. So, there’s no reason why this shouldn’t be a part of your makeup-free beauty regime! Besides tightening your skin, pores can prevent the signs of aging from setting in early, giving you a smooth complexion. Another benefit of a toner is that it cleanses your skin of excess oil, so you can avoid oily skin-related problems such as acne and blackheads.

5. Shampoo Frequently

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Beauty is not just restricted to your face. It extends to your hair as well. You have to take proper care of your tresses if you want to look attractive overall. For this, you’ll have to eat right and include foods such as eggs, spinach, oranges, walnuts, carrots, and other nuts in your diet. Beauty experts also suggest you shampoo at least thrice a week to keep it clean and oil-free.

6. Wear Sunscreen

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The importance of the simple sunscreen is far beyond your expectations. You might think it’s just protecting you from UV rays on sunny days, but it’s actually contributing to your beauty! By blocking the sun’s rays from damaging your skin, the sunscreen prevents you from developing early signs of aging, excess tanning, sunburn, and even skin cancer. All of these definitely can mar your natural good looks. So, make sure you get a sunscreen with a high SPF.

7. Drink Lemon Water In The Morning

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Ditch your morning cup of coffee or tea for a glass of warm lemon water if you want to look beautiful sans makeup! The latter can help in eliminating all kinds of toxins and waste materials from your body, thereby contributing to healthy, glowing skin. Moreover, lemon water can also reduce skin sensitivity.

8. Follow A Strict Exfoliating Ritual

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Due to exposure to pollution and harmful chemicals on a daily basis, as well as the natural cycle of your skin cells, your skin accumulates a lot of dead skin cells. These can make your skin appear dry and lackluster, thereby making you look dull. A thorough exfoliation ritual can help deeply cleanse your skin of dead skin cells and impart your skin with a healthy radiance!

You can follow plenty of other good habits too to look naturally beautiful. For example, trimming your hair frequently can put an end to split ends. Sleeping 7 to 8 hours daily can enhance the quality of your skin. And eating healthy and exercising can make both your hair and skin naturally gorgeous! So, who said you need makeup to be your prettiest self? As long as you take our advice, you’ll never feel the need for a quick touchup!

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28 thoughts on “How To Look Beautiful Without Makeup

  1. Foundations in the 1960s were matte. Max Factor’s foundations were popular, like the best selling Pan-Cake. Covergirl, Maybelline, Revlon, Elizabeth Arden, Helena Rubinstein and Coty were also popular brands. Compacts were very popular.

  2. I have been watching your youtube channel and you give me hope. I myself have always had very sensitive teeth and gums. I now have full upper dentures and lower partials but they are so difficult to wear. Before I had my teeth removed I actually was looking into getting implants but unfortunately I can’t afford it even with the credit programs available. I am a single mom and have very bad depression because of my teeth situation. Thank you for sharing your story.

  3. Hi Jane, Thank you – happy our info was useful. All the best with the play, have a great time ?

  4. I am super excited to have found this blog and to see so many of Kristi’s videos on youtube. They have helped me tremendously in preparing for this new journey in my life. I have been depressed for years about my dental appearance – so much so that it led me to severe alcoholism as I would try to escape and self medicate. The misery has been very real. I have been following the Ivoclar website and reviewing the products. The Phonares teeth are just amazing- so beautiful and natural looking. I am dreaming of the day that I can afford these. I will be obtaining permanent implants in about 6-8 months and I hope by then this can be an option for me. To me a natural smile is exactly like the last one I see above- beautiful teeth that are not boxy but that have character and are not completely even. The gums look pink and almost look like they have blood vessels (fibers) in them. I look at the them and I honestly sigh- they are so beautiful. I hope I hear from you soon. THANK YOU again for this blog and to Kristi for putting herself out there and helping so many people! God bless her!

  5. I do not like to smile any more it does not look natural. Also I woke up one night and my top denture was out, I didn’t apply any adhesive as I never do at night; it was scary are the dentures too loose.

  6. Foundations in the 1960s were matte. Max Factor’s foundations were popular, like the best selling Pan-Cake. Covergirl, Maybelline, Revlon, Elizabeth Arden, Helena Rubinstein and Coty were also popular brands. Compacts were very popular.

  7. Hi Jane, Many thanks for your comment. Ah, the lovely glam BB! Love how she always looked slightly wind swept and “beachy”. Have a great night rocking those falsies!

  8. I still have a tube of Max Factor Waterproof Creme Mascara. Not in use, obviously, but it still smells ok. It came not with a wand but with a small turquoise brush with black bristles, very similar to the one supplied with Max Factor Block Mascara. I used it from 1966 until they stopped making it (early to mid 70’s?). I hated wand-type mascaras and still do. Always thought squeezing it from a tube onto a clean brush was more hygienic.I also have a brown Miners eyeshadow, again from 1966. However, it was used as a brow shaper rather than shadow,as it gave a much softer effect than the eyebrow pencils available then.Most treasured item was probably a Mary Quant palette, also from 1966, with eyeshadows, white and brown, black cake mascara, powder and pale lip gloss. Don’t recall a blusher, but as the aim was to look as pale as possible, with all emphasis on the eyes, I don’t think there was one. Still use the lipbrush occasionally,and now use the mascara brush for eyebrows. The palette was a very expensive Christmas present from my grandmother. I think she would be astonished to know that bits of it survive 48 years later.

  9. The photo titled “makeup from 1963” where did that come from? I’m trying to track down a vintage beauty book my mother had, and I could swear that picture was in it! ? thanks!

  10. Hi Helen, Sorry for mass delay in responding to you – the world of film took us away. Thank you for your comment. Hope the VRP night went well and you knocked ’em dead with your killer hair! ?

  11. I loved reading your story! I just turned 29 and I am in a very similar situation where my teeth are decaying, I do not use drugs, but I drink way too much soda, I smoke and my family all have terrible teeth as well. When I had my youngest son, my pregnancy was very difficult and I was very sick and my teeth just began to fail. I have missing teeth and broken teeth but I have been so insecure about having dentures until I found you! You are truly an inspiration and I just want to say thank you for sharing your experience!

  12. Thank you, thank you, thank you!! I am attending a Vegas Rat Pack night tonight at my local and am dressing to conform to the era in block black and white! This has given me just what I needed to do my make up to complete the look! High hair and white nails included!!!

  13. I loved reading your story! I just turned 29 and I am in a very similar situation where my teeth are decaying, I do not use drugs, but I drink way too much soda, I smoke and my family all have terrible teeth as well. When I had my youngest son, my pregnancy was very difficult and I was very sick and my teeth just began to fail. I have missing teeth and broken teeth but I have been so insecure about having dentures until I found you! You are truly an inspiration and I just want to say thank you for sharing your experience!

  14. This is so true and I can’t wait to get my implants in January and new Phonares teeth! Yes, I am eagerly awaiting and saving up for the best teeth possible – I love Ivoclar!

  15. Hi Jane, Many thanks for your comment. Ah, the lovely glam BB! Love how she always looked slightly wind swept and “beachy”. Have a great night rocking those falsies!

  16. I do not like to smile any more it does not look natural. Also I woke up one night and my top denture was out, I didn’t apply any adhesive as I never do at night; it was scary are the dentures too loose.

  17. I do not like to smile any more it does not look natural. Also I woke up one night and my top denture was out, I didn’t apply any adhesive as I never do at night; it was scary are the dentures too loose.

  18. I am in the process of getting replacement dentures. We have worked out most of the esthetics but I now cannot rub my lips together (as in smoothing lipstick). I can’t seem to make my dentist understand the problem and can’t find any reference to this problem online. Is this something that will work itself out or need to be corrected now? My original dentures were placed over 20 years ago. Thanks

  19. Are all the Ivoclar teeth made from the same lab. I live in Missouri, do all Ivoclar products come from the same lab.

  20. Hi JaneI went through the sixties just finished school and started work in london i was 15. I remember buying the sycadelic lipsticks i remember the was a whitish and pinkish pearl type ones and the tubes of the lipsticks had sycadelic circles on them in orange, pink and bright green. That was a great time better than today i think. Many thanks for letting me read statement. Thanks AlisonThose were the years i met Marc Bolan in Kings Road. He was a great bloke to talk to.

  21. I have really enjoyed reading this article and the photos of the eyes are especially interesting and will inspire me in the morning when I do my makeup, thank you so much x Donna

  22. do you happen to know what percentage of women didn’t wear makeup in the 1960’s as I am looking up info for makeup in school as part of an assessment thanksM xx

  23. Lovely images and great information. My friend is having a 60s night and I needed to know what to do with my hair. Going for a Brigitte Bardot kind of look as I won’t be cutting it short for the evening! Great clear information about the make up. Got my false eyelashes ready to go and hope I am steady with the black eyeliner!!

  24. Great source of information! Very helpful. I woood like to know if dewy or matte skin was the most popular in the 60s? and what products were used?

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