Sometimes, we hear of a nifty hack that changes up our makeup routine. Other times, an old remedy could just be folklore! To save you from the trouble of experimentation, we’ve debunked 7 common beauty myths.
Although we don’t recommend tugging strands of your locks out, this saying is a pure myth. The maximum that will happen is that a new grey strand may appear from where you plucked the old one. If you are conscious about your aging tresses, try a hair dye instead.
Fact: Your skin does not have lungs. Whilst makeup can clog up your pores, it cannot suffocate your skin. Use a cleansing milk to gently take the day’s grime off so that your face can stay healthy.
If this were true, wouldn’t it be an awesome cure for baldness? Unlike the process of waxing, shaving involves a razor cutting the hair across the shaft. This may cause some prickly stubble, but you can avoid that with a good blade.
Yes, dabbing on toothpaste on an inflamed pimple will dry it out. But, it will also irritate your skin out to a harmful extent. Instead, zap your zits with a targeted treatment.
Please do not do this! Brushing your hair is great to get rid of tangles, but so many strokes can lead to breakage. To make your locks look more glossy, use a boar bristle brush to distribute the natural oils from your scalp.
If only this were true! As much as you may try, cold water will not decrease the size of your pores. If you are worried about how large your pores are, try out a blurring primer.
Unless you love the look of a red, flaky face, do not exfoliate every day. Over-scrubbing your skin will strip it off its natural oils, which will lead to that uncomfortable, tight feeling. Instead, try using a chemical exfoliator once or twice a week to brighten up your complexion.
Do you know any other beauty myths? Let us know in the comments below!