The harsh winters affect our skin more than we care to admit. The cold winds turn skin extremely dry and dehydrated. Here’s your guide to combating the dryness and make your skin hydrated, moisturised and supple!
Your winter skin care routine should include cleansing-toning-moisturising everyday, exfoliating twice a week, and hydrating face masks twice or thrice a week (depending on your skin type).
Winter is officially here, and so is the forever dry skin! This is the perfect season to get that dewy skin look that is all the rage right now. With matte, shineless look already a thing of the past this season, it takes a few easy steps to get the dewy skin of your dreams. SC tells you how!
Now that the harsh summer sun is finally behind us, there’s absolutely no reason for us to carry it’s mark – the sun tanned skin. Even after we’ve been completely careful and applied sunscreen almost religiously, the tropical Indian sun still manages to darken our skins and leave ugly spots. Don’t fret, we know a few (very easy) home remedies that can help you get rid of that tan in a few weeks!
It happens to all of us – we’ll be super-stoked for some big event, an important dinner party or a friend’s wedding maybe – and just a night before, we’ll be hit by a pimple (if we’re lucky) and a whole breakout (if we’re not!). We’ve all been through this. The night previous to a much anticipated event,
Say buh’ bye to those annoying blackheads with these super-easy home remedies that we at StyleCracker swear by!
Apply pure honey on your clean face and leave on for 10 minutes. Wash off with lukewarm water and repeat daily for a clear, supple skin, free of blackheads!
Make a thick paste with 2 teaspoons of baking soda and water and apply daily for 10 minutes all over the face.
The general truth – that carbonated drinks are harmful for health – is known by most. Many of us can rattle off the most commonly known side-effects of soda drinks, but the real truth of how much the consumption of soda drinks is destroying our bodies is downright scary! Read on to know why giving up soda,
We all know how utterly expensive makeup is right now, but there are a few ways we can prevent cosmetics from burning a huge hole in our wallets. That’s right, SC has here a few recipes that you can use to whip up your very own makeup in your kitchen!
Make Your Own BB Cream!
Using arrowroot powder as base,
Skin problems like annoying, ugly zits and the marks they leave are a universal pain. Lucky for us, we can combat most skin problems armed with the right ingredients from our kitchen cabinets. SC made a list of super-easy DIY facial masks, that have previously worked wonders for us!
Honey & Banana Face Mask – Mash a ripe banana into a paste and add a teaspoon of honey.
While getting a hair spa treatment once in a while is necessary to boost your hair shine and strength, you don’t, however, need to blow big bucks every week at the salon. Salon treatments are heavy on the wallets and you can’t be sure of the damage the chemicals in those products might cause. Lucky for us,
Body Scrubs are an important part of our weekly beauty regime as just exfoliating the face is like scratching the surface of all the dead skin and dirt build-up. But you can never be too sure of what they put in as ingredients of the scrubs readily available in the market. Harsh chemicals can cause the skin to breakout in zits or bad-reaction rashes.
Makeup brushes are something that come in close contact with our skin everyday. Over a period of time, say a fortnight, product buildup (not to mention dust and grime!) settles deep into the bristles and might give you a rash if you continue to use it as is. Click HERE to find out what all we expose our skins to when we use dirty brushes.
Sunscreens are the best possible protection and love you can give to your skin every day to keep it youthful, patches free and glowing. Sunscreens are must haves for every season and should be applied religiously before you step out of the house every time. You should always apply sunscreens on your face and other exposed areas immediately after your bath in the morning and then get dressed and do other chores.