How to Look Pretty with No Makeup (A MUST READ FOR GIRLS)


A bare face is just as beautiful as a face with makeup. Follow the steps below to fully embrace your natural beauty.

Part 1

Personal Hygiene

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    Be clean and hygienic. Being clean is all about being fresh and looking your best. If you’re clean, you’ll look great and feel even better.

    • Take a shower every day, preferably in the morning. The shower will wake you up, and there’s a chance your body could sweat in the night.
    • NOTE: If you have brothers or sisters who take showers in the morning, and there is only one shower, take a shower before you go to bed. If it’s hot out, don’t sleep with the covers, and sleep with the sheets instead!
    • Wash your hair every other day. Washing it too often can strip natural oils and cause frizziness.
    • Find shampoos and conditioners that suit your hair’s texture. If you have a dry scalp, you may consider using a dandruff shampoo.
    • Don’t use too much of any product. Too much gel or mousse can result in a really bad hair day!
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    Moisturize your skin. Drink a lot of water and find a lotion that suits your skin. There are different types of lotion for different skin types.

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    • If your face is oily, always use moisturizer. It may seem ironic but it’s still important. Use one that’s meant for someone who has acne.
    • If your skin is dry, use a thicker cream based moisturizer. It will help your skin stay moisturized longer.
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    Wash your face daily, once in the morning and once at night. Washing your face will help wash away dirt and layers of skin that build up over the day.

    • Try to find a face wash that is appropriate for your skin. You probably want a “non-comedogenic” wash, which simply means that it won’t clog your pores.
    • If you’re beginning to get pimples, use over the counter acne products. If it’s getting worse and you’re worried about it, visit your doctor who can prescribe something to help.
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