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3 Simple Ways to Get a Pretty Face

Every person is born unique and should be proud of their uniqueness and their very own traits. They make us who we are, inside and out. You must understand that everyone is beautiful. A pretty face is not reserved for a particular elite. Anyone can have a bright, pretty face with a little daily grooming. If you stick to your grooming routine and live a healthy lifestyle, you too will soon have a beautiful face, boosting your confidence and mood.

Beauty from within

Make sure you get enough sleep.

It is very important for your health that you sleep at least eight to nine hours a night. It will show on your face if you don’t get enough sleep. Your skin looks dull and tired; dark circles appear under your eyes. You can’t make up for a missed night by sleeping extra late, because the damage is already done. To keep your skin looking fresh and rosy, you should always get to bed on time. Plan when you need to go to bed at night so you can get the hours of sleep you need before the alarm goes off.

Eat what your skin needs to reveal its full beauty.

If you eat a healthy and balanced diet, not only will you keep yourself healthy on the inside, but that health will also show on the outside. Your body shows the world how well you treat it, especially on your face and skin. Our skin gets its nutrients from the vitamins and minerals in our diet. So ensure you get enough fruit, vegetables, whole grains, and protein. These are particularly important for the skin because it is ultimately made up of them. A good diet also prevents acne and pimples, while too much sugar can worsen the complexion.

Drink lots of water.

Water can significantly alleviate many skin problems. It helps with rashes, makes the skin radiant, moisturizes evens out the complexion and softens it. You should drink at least eight glasses of water a day, preferably more. Water is a key factor on the way to a prettier face. Carry a bottle of water with you throughout the day as a reminder to drink more. Water keeps your skin supple and supports cell rejuvenation.

Show your inner beauty with a smile.

A smile is an easiest and best way to get a beautiful face. Your face is the first thing people see of you and immediately notice your expression. You can let everyone see your inner beauty if you smile as often as possible and laugh a lot when you greet someone or have a conversation, smile at them to show that you’re happy and confident. When you’re happy, you radiate it, and it’s often how a person’s personality shows in the form of physical attractiveness.

The right skincare

Keep your skin clean and pure.

If you don’t wash it properly, it will clog pores, stain and develop dark spots. Remove blackheads, dirt, and sebum regularly to maintain clear skin. Your skin is the basis of a pretty face, so you must take good care of it. Use cleansing milk that suits your skin type and is suitable for daily cleansing. Get in the habit of washing your skin every morning and evening.

Exfoliate weekly to make your skin even more beautiful.

Exfoliation removes dry, dead skin cells that otherwise make your face look gray and uneven. Dead cells don’t reflect light the way fresh skin does, which is pink and shiny by comparison. You can use a scrub, mask, or just a washcloth or facial brush to thoroughly exfoliate your face regularly. Be gentle with your skin, using only gentle pressure and circular motions. Stop immediately if your skin feels irritated. You should only exfoliate once a week, especially if you have sensitive skin.

For extra soft skin, you can exfoliate with baking soda.

Mixing baking soda with water makes a great exfoliating paste that is safe to use on delicate facial skin. All you have to do is mix equal parts of baking soda and water and apply it to your face in a circular motion. Massage the mixture well for about a minute, then wash off with warm water. Finish off with a good moisturizer to keep your skin from drying out. Skin can feel dry or even tight after exfoliation, so take extra care to replenish lost moisture.

Stop touching and touching your face all the time.

Sometimes touching your face is unavoidable, but you should keep it to a minimum. Every time you put your face in your hands, pop a pimple, or just rub your eyes after a long day, you damage your skin. The hands also bring dirt and grease to the face, and every rubbing or pulling causes wrinkles and fine cracks in the skin.

Stick to a moisturizer.

Regardless of your skin type, you need a regimen that will moisturize and nourish your skin. Your best bet is to find an oil-free skincare line that contains only natural ingredients. In this way, your skin benefits from the plant extracts, but the pores are not additionally clogged. If possible, always apply your care lotion within the first two minutes after showering because the pores are still open, and the skin can absorb the care particularly well. Apply the lotion carefully and massage it in gently. Don’t forget your neck! Dry winter air, air conditioning, make-up, and wind severely dry the skin. Make up for the moisture loss in your face every day.

Always use sunscreen.

If you leave your skin unprotected in the sun for too long, the UV rays can cause irreparable damage. The sun causes wrinkles, dark spots and, last but not least, even skin cancer, which can develop slowly and unnoticed. A very simple way not to forget your sunscreen is to use a face cream that also protects against UV rays. Opt for light care with natural ingredients. You can easily use such lotions with sun protection factors under your normal make-up to give you the protection you need.

Emphasize your natural beauty with make-up

Don’t wear too much makeup.

Some foundations and bronzers, in particular, are very viscous and heavy. They dry out the skin and clog pores. In addition, they often contain unnatural additives that disturb the skin’s natural chemical balance and lead to an uneven complexion. The best way to achieve a natural and even skin tone with makeup is to use only a lightly tinted moisturizer. You provide your skin with moisture and, at the same time, conceal small imperfections. Don’t forget to wash your face at night and remove makeup thoroughly to keep your skin clean and clear.

Give your cheeks a healthy glow with blush.

If you find the right shade for your complexion, blush can flatter your face. It gives you a healthy glow and emphasizes little apple cheeks. Take a large, round brush and dust it with blush in your favorite color. Apply to cheekbones in circular motions. Smile broadly at your reflection and apply blush exactly where your cheeks are particularly round. Use only enough to give you a healthy glow without looking heavily made up. If you have a cool skin tone, you should go for pink or a cranberry tone. For a warmer skin tone, peaches and reds work best.

Get rid of dark circles under the eyes with a concealer.

The skin just under the eyes is very thin and sensitive, and it often gets those dark circles that make you look tired. To make them invisible, apply a special eye area concealer very thinly to even out color differences. These concealers often contain greenish undertones, which also make redness under the eyes disappear. Take some concealer on your fingertip and dab it under your eyes. Always start at the outer corner of your eye and work inward to prevent wrinkles. Never apply concealer by rubbing it in. You cause wrinkles and burst the smallest blood vessels, leading to even worse circles under the eyes.

Experiment with facial contouring.

You can emphasize or tone down certain features of your face if you properly use your brush, bronzer, and highlighter. You can accentuate your cheekbones, redefine your jawline, or even make your nose look smaller. This contouring is usually difficult initially, but you will learn it over time. You can watch the relevant tutorials to get you started. With a make-up highlighter, you can highlight facial features you like about yourself to draw other people’s eyes to those features first. These are usually the cheekbones, for example. With bronzer, you can make your face slimmer and emphasize your cheekbones. Start with a brush lightly dusted with bronzer. Apply the bronzer in small, circular motions from your temples down to your cheekbones. Continue this movement until you get to your jaw. There you stop. This is an easy way on how to make up beautiful cheeks.

Wear mascara to open up your eyes.

Black mascara looks great on every woman and is very easy to use. It makes fine lashes look fuller and lengthens short lashes. You can achieve a slightly softer and gentler look with brown mascara. Use an eyelash curler to open up the look even more. You should do this before you apply mascara. Otherwise, the lashes may break off. Never apply more than one layer of mascara or it will clump and immediately make you look badly made up. Keep it to one layer and wash off the mascara thoroughly every night.

Shape your eyebrows into a flattering shape.

Well-groomed and styled eyebrows emphasize your natural cheek and eye lines, thus underlining your beauty and femininity. It is best to have your eyebrows plucked by a professional into the most flattering shape for your face. Don’t pluck your eyebrows too thin or too short. Keep their natural line to accentuate your facial features. If you want to fill in your eyebrows a bit, buy an eyebrow pencil that can visually close gaps and makes individual areas of the brow look fuller.


Stand tall to look confident. Eat whole foods and make sure you get enough vitamins. You are what you eat. Use sunscreen no matter how light or dark your complexion is. The time you spend in the sun adds up quite a bit. Eventually, it will cause visible damage. Use natural care products whenever possible.

About the Author

Daniel Carter

Daniel Carter is a senior writer and editor at CouponKirin. His work has been featured by The Associated Press, USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, and Reuters. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. When he’s not writing about money, Carter enjoys traveling around the world.