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We all deserve to take a break, we all deserve to treat ourselves and we all deserve indulgence. This is why today we want to share with you 3 ways to pamper yourself, which one will you go for? Or be like us, and go for all 3!
Create a home spa
This one can be a lot of fun to do, so set aside a little time for yourself and gather some supplies and create a home spa.
A warm towel is a must for giving yourself that spa indulgent feeling, and then you should pour yourself a hot bubble bath and sink into it and just wallow in there.
You could then give your face a cleanse and scrub and maybe use a mask to give your skin a lift. You might go for a body scrub, too, apply foot creams, and shape and paint your nails. Go for whatever always gives you that feel-good feeling here and take the time to relax.
Take care of your hair
When we pamper our bodies, we often neglect to do anything about our hair, yet we know how good we can feel when we’re having a good hair day.
There are plenty of things that you can do for your hair, starting with the obvious suggestion and that is a trip to the salon. You will always know that you have found a good stylist when you look forward to going and getting your hair done. If you don’t enjoy it, switch salons and keep looking until you find somewhere that you love to go. You might only want a trim to smarten your hair up, or you could go big and opt for a brand new colour and restyle.
If you have do not have either the time or the funds for a trip to the salon, then you can make a few changes at home. There are plenty of home colour kits on the market if you want a change, and you can always treat your hair to a hair mask to give it a deep condition.
In addition to looking after the condition of your hair, you can play around with wearing it in different ways. If you want to give yourself a completely new and fresh look, you might also want to look into the most popular hair wigs collections and you can change your hair colour, length and style with ease.
Somehow, this sounds so radical, doesn’t it? But we all need time to ourselves, with no agendas, no to-do lists and no chores every once in a while.
Set yourself some time aside for your ‘do nothing’ time and then it really is up to you what you do with it.
You could do nothing but catch up on sleep and have a duvet day. You might love the idea of curling up with your book and endless cups of tea (and biscuits, of course). Perhaps you have a favourite film that you want to re-watch or you have spotted a Netflix series that you fancy trying. This one is all about you, so whether your relaxation lies in jigsaws, colouring, modern calligraphy or video games, do your own thing and enjoy every second of it.
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