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Beauty Secrets To Pass On To Your Daughters

As a mom, you will no doubt be trying to impart as much of your knowledge onto your daughters. Passing on great life advice will give them a great start in their adult lives. But you don’t just have to give them practical and resourceful knowledge. You should also give them fun advice that can help the enjoy life to the full. One example of this kind of advice is that of the beauty variety. Here are some of the beauty secrets you need to tell your daughters.




Help With Skin Care
You’ll have been a teenager once, so you will certainly know just how much havoc puberty will play with your skin! Be sure to help your daughters with their skin care routine. It might take them a while to find the perfect products for them, but you can help them by telling them what you use. Hopefully, they will have inherited your skin type, so will be able to use similar moisturizers and cleansers to you. If they have particularly bad acne, it will be worth encouraging them to see their doctor. He or she will be able to prescribe some acne creams.


Caution Them About Cosmetic Treatments
When going through puberty, your daughters may be unhappy about the changes that their bodies go through. Make sure that you support them through these changes and keep reiterating how beautiful they are. If one of your daughters mentions that they are considering cosmetic surgeries or treatments, you need to caution them. Their bodies are still developing, and these treatments are not suitable until bodies are fully grown. If they are desperate to try a cosmetic treatment, they can try topical botox creams. You can find more information about them online: www.dailygorgeous.com.


Introduce Your Daughters To Makeup
You should try and discourage your daughters from wearing makeup until they are around fifteen or sixteen years old. However, at some point, they will be desperate to start experimenting with their look. This is something you can help them with. Encourage them to use nude shades and light colors. They shouldn’t wear smokey eye makeup or bright red lipstick as this will make them look much older than their years. Clear lipgloss and a natural eyeshadow should be enough. You can find plenty of beauty tips for teenagers online: www.seventeen.com/beauty/.


Teach Them The Importance Of Inner Beauty
As your daughters are growing up, they will certainly find insecure about their beauty at one time or another. You need to support them and teach them the importance of inner beauty. This will help them get through any periods of low self-confidence. If your daughters have great self-confidence, they will be able to flourish throughout life in all that they do. It will also help them stand up to criticism from others.


Pass on all these beauty secrets to your daughters to ensure they have a great start to life. Once they know all these, they will be able to carry themselves with a quiet confidence.  

This is a contributed post, written by Laura Scott.

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