Taking note of beauty tips for how to apply lipstick can put you in good social stead. Not only can you avoid that dreaded lipstick on the teeth social faux pa you have nightmares about, but you can also learn how to apply it so that it looks better and lasts longer. There are many different beauty tips online to help you look at your best in a social situation, but here’s how to apply lipstick to complement your entire look.
You will need:
- Lip balm
- Lip liner
- Facial tissue
Step One: Begin with Lip Balm
While it makes sense to apply lipstick directly to your lips, there are several reasons why applying lip balm first can provide a far better result. Your lips naturally have a lot of wrinkles, lumps, and bumps, and you can accentuate these unintentionally by using lipstick directly onto your lips. Rather than worry about people noticing the imperfections in your lips, you can smooth them out and fill minor lines with balm.
Apply a light coating over the top, dabbing it onto areas with crevices, and smooth your lips together.
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When you’re looking at getting fit and staying fit, your body needs all the fuel it can get. Much of your body is made up of water, which is why drinking fluids every day is so crucial. According to health authorities, we should all be drinking at least eight glasses of water per day or around two litres, but we’re not. Everyday Australians are walking around in a constant state of dehydration, with average water consumption at about 1.2 litres a day, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
If a little over a litre per day is all you’re consuming without taking into consideration sweat and fluid lost through exercise, then it’s time to make a change. If you take an active approach to water intake, your body will thank you for it.
What Are the Signs of Dehydration?
Many Australians become dehydrated every day, and they don’t even know it. Then, when they go to work out, that dehydration becomes worse.
Signs of dehydration include:
- Feeling overly thirsty
- Having a dry mouth
- Feeling fatigued
- Not urinating frequently
- Yellow urine
- Dizzy spells
- Dry skin
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Most people know they should be seeing their dentist at least twice a year, but the reality can often be entirely different. Many people, while knowing this, still prefer only to visit a dentist when they notice a problem with their oral health. While there is no time like the present to start taking better care of your oral health with regular visits, there are also a few things that could mean you need to make an appointment sooner rather than later.
If you notice any of these five things below, go and see your dentist.
Your teeth don’t hurt for no reason. Even if you can eradicate the pain with medication or it goes away on its own, it doesn’t get to the root of the problem. If you feel any tooth pain at all, book in to see your dentist.
Swollen or Inflamed Gums
If you notice that your gums are appearing swollen, they’re more red than usual, or they’re tender to touch, then it’s best to see a dentist sooner rather than later. Often, inflamed gums can be a sign that plaque has accumulated within your gum line, or something more serious is happening such as periodontitis or gingivitis.
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