Running out of face wash? No worries. Buttermilk is here. Lassi will clean your face. Avoid a trip to the parlor, rub lassi on your face for spell bound results. I am pretty serious about this one as it really works for me.
According to my grandma, you become what you eat. Instead of gulping down that early morning Tea or Coffee, try warm water with lemon juice. Nature’s facial, keeps your digestive tract clean and cuts the fat. She definitely knows best.
Yes, that is true. So the more you irritate those pimples, the more you try to get even with your hair, the more you try to tweak those blackheads, the more they will bother you. Don’t completely ignore these problems, but do not be hellish bent upon ruining your schedule and existence for that one thing. It will not only make you cynical, but also keep you bothered which will hasten your overall aging process.
Eating healthy is equally important to Stefani, and it shows. The star follows a mostly plant-based, vegan diet. She began following a vegetarian diet at age 12. And as the star has been gushing over her longtime boyfriend Blake Shelton, it's fair to say that Stefani might have a little love glow on top of it all. Regardless, she looks incredible, and we bet her 50th year will be just as amazing for her as ever. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.
To maintain her ripped abs at 50, Stefani works out four times a week for 60-75 minutes per session. Her former personal trainer Mike Heatlie spoke with Shape, saying that his sessions include a mix of HIIT and cardiovascular training. "My clients will adopt maybe four to five exercises and perform them without any rest between sets and then do one to three minutes of high-intensity cardiovascular work," he said. Today, Stefani trains with celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson, targeting cardio. "Focus on cardio that uses your whole body to challenge more muscles and burn extra calories in less time," Peterson told Fitness Magazine. "Try rowing. "It's easy on joints and works every muscle."
Stefani says her number one tip for making her skin glow is getting enough sleep. "However, second to that, I think a lot of people will just keep piling one more makeup, more powder," she told Elle. "Sometimes, if I have a really long day, I'll just wash it all off and start over again for that fresh-face feeling." This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.
Thats right! The former makeup artist could buy any fancy beauty product in the world, but she loves to hit up the drugstore or grocery store to stock up on products. "I've always been into grocery store makeup," The Voice star told Cosmopolitan. "From a little girl going to Sav-on's. I would find myself down the aisles, fantasizing about makeup." She's a fan of one brand in particular: "That's what's great about Revlon, they're all the same products as high-end brands and they work just as well as the expensive versions," she said. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.
Stefani admittedly wears a lot of it (she was a makeup artist in her twenties!), but it's all for the performance factor. "I do my own makeup whenever I play live," the singer told Cosmopolitan. "I don't know what it is, but something about that whole kind of war paint, you know, putting it on, building the confidence. Once I get the makeup on, it's show time, I've said that for years and its so true." This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. Afterward, she always removes her makeup to keep her pores fresh and clean throughout the night. "The one thing that I have really changed is trying to get all the makeup off," she told Elle. "It was hard when I was younger because I was always on a tour bus, literally washing my face with bottled water, inside a bus. But the key is to keep it clean at night [and] let your face breath because I really don't let it breathe at any other time."
Joining other ageless celebs like Drew Barrymore and Jennifer Garner, Stefani protects her complexion from the sun, and it pays off. "You definitely see it as you get older. Later in life, you're like, 'What is that?!' and it turns out it's from the sun and you're like, 'Oh why did I do that to myself?'" Stefani told Elle. "That said, growing up in California, I was pretty good," she continued. "Not when I was a kid, but once I hit my twenties." Her number one skincare tip again for the folks in the back: "Stay out of the sun!"
My Grandmother used to wake me up at 530 am and ask me to rub my spit on my face and go back to sleep. I found this beauty tip a little weird, and probably was another way of warding off evil spirits. Later I read and realized that fresh spit has many core minerals, and it is the cleanser I really needed. This spit not only cleans the skin, but also kills germs and pigmentation causing bacteria. A very good cure for dark circles as well. A very old fashioned beauty trick but works!