o Skip the foundation if your skin is acne prone. Foundation can cover up your natural beauty and sometimes can make you look older than you actually are. Leave the foundation for the mature skin.
o Cover the blemishes with a concealer. It is the best bet for acne-prone skin. Follow it with a pressed powder; it gives your skin a fresh glow.
o When it comes to make-up, less is always more. No matter what your age, too much make-up can make you appear dowdy.
o Either play up your lips or eyes, but never both. If you prefer to do a heavy eye make-up, keep your lips simple with just a bit of gloss. Alternatively, if you are wearing a heavy lipstick shade, keep your eyes simple.
o Scrubs are great, especially for dry skin. But make sure to slather on a thick moisturizer afterward.
o Never ignore the wonders of sunscreen. Whether you’re indoors or outdoors, make sure you always wear a sunscreen.
o Layers look chic on any hair type; curly, straight or wavy. It can make thin hair appear bulky or curly hair appear manageable.
o When you are still a teenager, it is not essential that you get a manicure or pedicure done on regular basis. Just make sure you keep them clean and at the same length.
o If your skin is acne or pimple prone, visit a dermatologist. Look for a reputed doctor and get your skin tested at the earliest possible. It is the best investment you’ll ever make.
o Finally, know your best feature and play it up. We all have at least one key feature that really stands out- find out yours and make it work for you.