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Keeping Up Your Beauty Routine At Home

While you might not have a diary full of occasions coming up, none of us want to come out of isolation looking our worst. But, just because your favourite beauty salons are closed it doesn’t mean you have to let your personal care fall by the way side. Plus, giving yourself time to focus on some self-care and pampering might be exactly what you need. Read on for our handy guide full of at-home beauty treatment tricks that’ll make you feel your best.

At-Home Beauty Treatment Tips


Time For A Trim?

If you need a trim or fancy a whole new post-isolation style, it’s probably best to wait ‘til you can re-visit the hairdressers. However, in the meantime you can focus on taking the best care of your tresses so your locks are in optimum condition. Indulge in nourishing hair masks and hair oils, especially if you’d usually be in a hurry to wash them off before their advised time frame. A grown out fringe can be irritating but instead of reaching for the scissor consider trying new clips and slides, hair accessories are huge, and the trend won’t be going anywhere next season!

Cover Up Roots

No one pre-planned for this isolation period so it’s no doubt that some of us were overdue a hair colour appointment. You could choose to embrace an ombre colour effect but if you can’t stand visible roots then watch our handy tutorial video for tips on giving yourself an at home root touch-up.


Tame Unruly Brows

Your brows are key for framing your face, but if you’d usually leave tinting and tweezing to the experts then it’s likely they’ll be getting unruly during social distancing. You’ll likely have the basics you need for a tidy up at home, a simple pair of tweezers can do wonders, just don’t get carried away. Watch our tutorial for a how-to on taming your eyebrows.


At Home Manicures

If you’re working from home then unsightly talons are unmissable as you type away but fortunately, nails are easily fixed. A simple at home manicure is a quick solution. A nail file and cuticle stick are essential, file your nails into a suitable shape and soak your hands in warm water before gently pushing your cuticles back. Then take a polish in your current fave colour and paint away. Now is the perfect time to try a colour you’d usually shy away from, and if work doesn’t usually allow for a bright shade then use this time to experiment.

It’s important to set realistic expectations for at-home treatments, your manicurist has had years of training that you haven’t so don’t be surprised when you don’t quite get the same results!

Follow our Primark Beauty Instagram account for more tips and tutorials!

Jodie Spragg
Style Editor
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