The best beauty advice… according to YOU!

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A couple of weeks ago, we put up an Instagram post asking our fellow Beauty Warriors what their best beauty advice is.

There were so many pearls of wisdom, that we thought we’d share them all with you in a blog post. Read on for some of the best beauty advice… according to YOU!

“Clean your face before bedtime, doesn’t matter how tired you are. Remove your make up and give your skin an opportunity to breath and restore itself while you sleep.” – Tanya from Annie Two Cents blog

“Disinfect the screen of your mobile phone. They are immense germ carriers and can cause havoc on your skin.” – Ayesha, beauty expert and owner of Urban Bliss Wellness Spa

“Over-peeling and over-exfoliating leads to skin being even more dry and dull. Stick to exfoliating just once a week or so. After washing your face, use a towel and pat dry as opposed to harsh wiping, which can cause harm. It’s important to drink plenty of water, but it’s also vital to have a good skin care routine. Investing in good skin care is the way to healthy glowing skin. Never wash your face using hot water – instead, use lukewarm water. Hot water tends to make one’s face much more red. Lastly, don’t pop pimples no matter what. Use a spot treatment instead.” – Seri from Style With Me Pretty blog

“Never sleep with makeup on, and use SPF every day – including during winter.” – Nisa from Belle Blush blog

“I’m obsessed with SPF lately, and we all know the importance of taking makeup off before bed, enough sleep and water. It’s worth mentioning that you need to clean your makeup tools (brushes and sponges) around once a week so that you don’t spread germs all over your precious face!” – Camilla from Jane Wonder blog

“Use a Muslin or facecloth after cleansing to get rid of excess makeup, you will be surprised to see how much makeup is still left over!” – Amy Olden, makeup artist (see here for website)

We thought these were all such wonderful tips, and well worth sharing. A big thank you to all the beauties that took the time to share their advice with us!

Do you have some beauty advice of your own? Pop your tips in the comments sections below – we love hearing from our fellow Beauty Warriors! 


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