Q&A with Neda Roodaki

Neda Roodaki sat with Beauty Warriors SA this week to give us some tips on wellness from the inside out. Read more below and let us know what you think in the comments section.

5 tips for wellness from the inside out

Most women worry more about their appearance than how they feel. Standing tall, feeling confident and believing in yourself- these are also important ways to feel your absolute best.

Looking your best doesn’t have to be complicated. Most of us only need to pay attention to a few basic beauty secrets – essentials that can help you look and feel great.

Here are five health and beauty tips that will improve your health as well as appearance ensuring that you look and feel your best daily – ‘treat yourself right, from the inside out.

Neda Roodaki a beauty and healing expert, who is one of the most highly qualified practitioners in South Africa, has this to say:

Tip 1 – Control Stress levels 

It is very important to keep your stress levels balanced and never let the negative stress take control of you and your body. There are many stress relief techniques that one can do to lessen stress. “Don’t worry about things that are not in your control”

Tip 2 – Beauty Sleep 

If you are sleep deprived it shows physically and mentally. Getting an ample amount of sleep (8 hours plus) can assist you in feeling fresh and ready to conquer the challenges ahead.

Tip 3 – A good diet

Our bodies rely on what we put into it. A good and BALANCED diet will keep your body healthy and not to mention your mind. A good diet will also assist you in feeling energetic and reduce health factors later on in life.

Tip 4 – Exercise

For our bodies to be balanced, I believe an exercise routine is very important. There is no perfect routine and people should do what they enjoy to gain the full benefits of exercise. Exercise gives you more energy and keeps you in shape. But new research from McMaster University suggests that endurance exercise might help fight, and even reverse, the signs of aging, such as balding, grey hair and thinning skin.

Tip 5 – Embrace a fuller Microbladed brow

One of the biggest beauty mistakes is to go wild with the tweezers-too-thin brows (think Pamela Anderson) but it can age you. And compensating with makeup is never as good as having full natural microbladed brows, concludes Neda, who is also the proud sponsor of Miss South Africa Beauty Pageant for Microblading all the 16 contestants.

A bit about Neda

Neda specialises in Microblading, Micropigmentation, and Threading. She is also a certified Body Talk practitioner, mindscape practitioner, and reiki master. She loves to learn and ensure her skills are kept updated – meaning every customer benefits from her advanced knowledge and the very latest creative techniques. In addition to her skills, Neda only takes five minutes on microblading.

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