A true goddess will always strive to find a way to show and maintain her authenticity and uniqueness
Develop or find your own personal style. Take care of each part of your body regularly – and believe me, it doesn’t take much time – and no, it doesn’t mean obsessive-compulsive visits to plastic surgeons. There are lots of ways to show your freedom developing your own style and show authenticity through it. Simple truths worth remembering:
Wear clothes tailored to your body type to accentuate your best features.
Wear colors that have a special meaning for you and which work positively on your mind and creating inner harmony and peace.
Wear natural fabrics like cotton or silk – this is only simpler tip to bring you closer to feel the nature.
Celebrating your own natural self will bring you to greater awareness, openness and acceptance of everything created in the Nature and by the Nature – after which you will experience multiple rewards.
When talking about your beauty regime, there are many ways and examples, here are only some simple recipes and tips:
Style your hair
Experiment with hairstyles. Try different hairstyles until you’ve found the one that makes you feel good and confident. Keep your hair looking natural and healthy by using special hair products or natural home remedies. Try to grow thicker hair: Stimulate your hair follicles by massaging slightly heated coconut oil into your scalp and wrap a hot damp towel around your hair to increase the oil’s effectiveness.
By the way, if long and regularly used coconut oil does have a remarkable effect on the entire body and can serve you for many purposes.
If having flat hair and feeble hair, try to volumize with this recipe: Create a hair mask by mixing 15 mL of flat beer (left out to sit for a few hours) with 1 tsp of canola or sunflower oil and a raw egg. Apply this to dampened hair for 15 minutes and rise thoroughly. You can also spritz beer onto your hair with a spray bottle. Beer helps strengthen fine hair and create structure.
A great natural remedy for frizzy hair: Avocados alone or combined with other natural ingredients like bananas, egg yolks, natural unprocessed virgin oils are a great way to moisturize dry or frizzy hair. Recipe: Massage mashed avocados and/or equal parts of another moisturizing ingredient to your scalp. Let it sit for 15 minutes before rinsing off with cool water.
Wear natural-looking makeup. If you do decide to wear makeup, use makeup that enhances your natural beauty. Remember: the goal is to enhance your natural beauty, not to suppress it.
Goddesses celebrate their beauty and carry it with pride, showing it passionately
Skin: Conceal any flaws like blemishes and dark circles with a lightweight concealer. Avoid putting on too much or caking on foundation.
Cheeks: Use a blush colour in a warm peach or pink colour to give yourself a subtle and natural flush.
Eyes: Choose an eyeshadow palette that accentuates your eyes. Try a colour slightly darker than your skin to create natural contours around your eyes. Avoid hard edges by blending in your eyeshadow. Eyelashes: Use natural looking lash extensions to enhance your look. Put 1-2 coats of mascara but avoid putting on too many coats or you’ll get a spidery lash effect.
Lips: Plump up your lips with a colour that matches your natural lip colour or try a gloss to create a kissable shine.
Keep up a healthy beauty regime. Find a beauty routine that is easy to maintain everyday. Example:
Develop a skincare routine that ensures your skin can regenerate easier and faster.
Avoid harsh chemicals that might damage your body, skin, or hair.
C A T E G O R I E S:
“The day she realised, it was not about the world but was all about her, she grew the wings. The day she understood she was not answerable to any of them who always blamed and pointed her, she had the fire blazing in her eyes. She raised and soared towards the sky. The whole world looked at her in awe and wished if only they could be her. She was not confined to be on the ground anymore. She had the wings of fire and she left a trail everywhere she went, for other to follow.”
― Akshau Vasu