Small beauty tricks from different countries

Each country has its own rules on feminine beauty and, of course, its own tricks to highlight it. Discover what remedies women from India, France, Italy, Spain or UK call when they want to feel more appealing.

1.India

We know from Bollywood movies that Indians have long and silky hair. But few know that the secret of this luxurious hair is coconut oil. They warm it a little bit and massage it into the scalp, leaving it overnight. Then, in the morning, they washed the excess. This procedure is usually repeated once a week. Coconut oil nourishes and moisturizes your hair and after a few uses you will find that it becomes brighter and more silky.

2. France

For impeccable skin, French women usually make a cherry and pomegranate mask. They are mixed in a blender and the mixture is applied on the face for 10-15 minutes. Such a mask can be applied weekly.

3. Italy

The secret of Italian’s women superb hair is a combination of fatty yogurt and olive oil. The fertilizer mixture is applied to the hair, left for 5 minutes and then rinsed. The result is a healthy and shiny hair!

4. Spain

Women in Spain use cranberry juice to make their hair shine. They mix half a glass of juice with half a glass of water and rinse their hair with it. But be careful: this combination is only suitable for brunettes – blondes are advised to use lemon juice instead of cranberries.

5. United Kingdom

Girls from UK often use oats to embellished themselves. The recipe is simple: mix 4 tablespoons of oatmeal and 2 of sour cream. When the flakes begin to swell, you can apply the mask to your face. The result is a shiny skin that no longer needs a face cream.

 

2 comments

  1. Definitely trying the hair tips! Such a good different style of post, it’d mean a lot if you could check my blog out too xx

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