Saturday, August 9, 2008

Clinique Even Better Skin Tone, and Model Skincare tips

I might not have the height of a fashion model, but I have great skin, which helps me get work as a model. And having an even skin tone is very important to get work as a model. Bikini Lines are not attractive in the modeling business usually, especially for any body related job, having even skin tone is important and a product I suggest, if your skin isn’t looking to hot is, checking out: “Clinique even better skin tone corrector.”

I also love “Clinique’s moisture surge.”

I am currently using Clinique Dramatically different moisturizing gel on my face in the morning before I put on my makeup and at night, it goes on smooth and easy.

In the shower I am using Body Shop Tree Oil facial wash, and I alternate with Neutrogena Oil free Acne Wash,,there is a new smell at Neutrogena and recently in Teen Vogue I saw promo announcement of the Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash Pink Grapefruit.

Also a big way to keep your face free of blemishes, and looking naturally clean and clear is to take off your makeup before you go to sleep. Rolling around in your makeup just causes for a mess on your face and sleeping with that on your skin for hours is really bad for your skin and pores.

And wear sunscreen every day.

Protecting the skin DOES matter as a model and in life, and you shouldn’t wait until you are 40 start moisturizing. I have been moisturizing my skin since I was 16!

Don’t forget your neck, and your hands, your back and your chest as well.

I might not have giraffe modeling proportions but my skin alone can help me book modeling work.

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