Vine Vera on British Beauty Tips – Vine Vera Reviews

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The Brits seem to have it all figured out when it comes to beauty. With many top beauty lines launched within the lovely country of England, one must wonder where they get their secrets and know how. Many British women of all different nationalities and descents seem to have one thing in common: beautiful skin. The women from Britain also seem to pride themselves on their pale, beautiful skin and revere it as a secret untold. Vine Vera Word Press is proud to offer all of our readers a glimpse into the world of British Beauty with some tips derived from some of the top beauty sources in England. Vine Vera scoured the internet in hopes of finding some of the best, yet not well known, tips imaginable so that you too can have beautiful skin like the women of Britain.

Tip #1: Put Cucumber Slices on Eyes to Refresh and Rejuvenate

British women swear by this trick, and that’s why it’s the number one tip on this list. They believe this will refresh the eye skin area, give it a moisturized glow, and relieve tiredness and dullness in the eye area due to the moisturizing properties within the food.

Tip #2: Drink More Water

Everyone knows that drinking water every day is essential to human life. Some women like it, others need to force it. British women believe you should drink almost 9 glasses of water per day to keep your skin and body well hydrated for health and beauty.

Tip #3: Put Talc Powder in Hair and Brush Through to Freshen

Much like a dry shampoo method, British women believe using talcum powder throughout the hair and brushing through will freshen your style and give you a volumized boost. Try baby powder if you have it on hand, which works just as well.

Tip #4: Rinse Your Hair in Vinegar

After shampooing your hair with a good quality shampoo designed for your hair type, and applying a good moisturizing conditioner, rinse the conditioner from your hair and apply a hair rinse made of vinegar. By rinsing the vinegar through your hair, you are combating itch, shampoo residue, and adding shine and luster to your locks without causing damage.

Tip #4: Use Lipstick for Blusher

In the event that you run out of your favorite blusher, don’t fret – the Brits believe in using a lipstick color in place of your favorite blush product, which works just as well as any blusher. Be sure to use a pink, coral, bronze or light pink color to stay in tune to a normal blusher color.

Tip #5: Spray Perfume on your Brush

British women believe in spraying their hairbrushes with perfume to scent the hair with your favorite smell, giving it a fresh scent to last the whole day through. Try to use perfume instead of body spray, as perfume tends to last much longer and hold its smell.

Tip #6: Use Hair Conditioner as a Shaving Lotion

Using a conditioning product on your legs rather than shave gel or cream is one of the ways British women have such fabulous looking legs and skin. This method tends to give you well moisturized legs that will nick less while under a razor, and also provide you with a smoother, closer shave.

Tip #7: Use Sugar in Shower to Exfoliate Skin

Simply taking about a teaspoon of sugar – white or brown – in the shower, and applying it with your favorite soap or body wash can do wonders for your skin. Work in circles to reveal refreshed, new skin after your shower. You will be amazed at how soft your skin feels!

These are just a few of the many fabulous beauty tips British women could offer in terms of beauty secrets. These are also some of the most well known in Britain. Be sure to check back soon for more posts on British beauty and tips you can use in your everyday life.

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  1. Reblogged this on and commented:
    Interested in learning the secrets of beautiful British women? Check out the post I wrote where I unveil some of the secrets directly from British women so you too can obtain beauty beyond compare.

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