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Last Updated Wednesday November 22 2017 12:37 AM IST

Renew beauty regime for monsoon season

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New Delhi: The monsoon season poses a challenge for many to look tip-top all the time, but you can ease your woes by following some tips for your hair and skin. Visit a spa or salon once in a while to rejuvenate.

A few tips

*Get funky with your hair colour this monsoon. Get an ombre look or highlight your hair with full head highlights or colour stripping treatments.

*Brighten up your gloomy day with vibrant Nail Art in bold colours.

*During monsoon, the hair becomes limp and loses its sheen. So, a trip to the salon for a Protein Restore Treatment will never leave you disappointed. Also, tame your tresses with an oil massage.

*Keep your make-up to a bare minimum. Humidity and frequent downpours can accelerate oil-secretion, so, using non-greasy and light make-up provides a clean matte finish. Also, always opt for waterproof brands.

Some home remedies

*Papaya works as a great de-tanner; curd clears blemishes; aloe vera soothes the skin; and lavender boosts rejuvenation.

*To eliminate roughness, try this - take some almond paste, mix this with some milk to make a smooth and thick paste. You can also mix almond oil with milk cream to make a winter face pack. Apply the pack to get a smooth and flawless skin.

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