Bleaching - Beauty Tips - for Women and Men

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Friday, 3 November 2017

Bleaching




Strong winter winds and scorching summer heat are natural enemies of complexion. Beauty-conscious women feel concerned over the ravages of weather and seek timely help of beauticians. Bleaching is useful in regaining the original complexion and helps in revitalising the paleness of skin caused due to heat or dryness. It also prevents growth of facial hair. Generally, threading or waxing is advised as a remedial measure for removal of unwanted hair. Waxing leads to wrinkles and threading hardens the roots of the hair. Bleaching, on the other hand, colours the thin and fine hair and keeps the complexion fair by hiding these tiny hair.
Often, I get clients with problems arising from faclty bleaching at home. In an attempt to bleach their face themselves, women often do them incorrectly and some what harm their face. Bleaching requires an efficient knowledge of the ratio and proportion of the powder and other ingredients. Different proportion are required for different persons. Disproportionate mixture can harm the skin and cause allergy to bleaching or may scorch the skin making it smudgy. It is, therefore, advisable to get one’s first bleaching done by an expert beautician. Later, on learning the technique, one may do it on their own. But, it is better to use a small quantity of the mixture on the sensitive skin on the lower side of the neck to test its effect. If there is minor irritation, you need not worry. But if the  burning is sharp, discontinue the use immediately.