Hey guys 👋 welcome back to another SkinLovin’ Sundays post as part of my weekly blog series! For those of you who are new to The Typical Beauty Blog or those of you who don’t follow me… yet 😜 its basically a series which I started to focus exclusively on skincare. So if thats something which you fancy then make sure to check every Sunday 🗓. In these weekly posts I’m gonna try to focus less on products but more on techniques & tips for you guys… so let’s get started 👉Today’s topic is: “Skin Types”
No two people are the same 🙅 everyone is unique & so is their skin, but its really important for everyone to know what type of skin category they fall closest to. I personally don’t think you can class someone as falling exactly into one type of category, as I believe that my own skin type changes so much throughout the ❄️ seasons 🌞 & therefore I’m always having to buy different types of products for different months.
Todays post is to outline the main characteristics associated with each skin type & a brief list of causes in order to help anyone who is unsure of what their skin type is. In the long run this should also help you effectively look after & take care of your skin. So without further ado:
This is the first table I’ve had to make for a very long time haha, felt like I was back at school, I made it on powerpoint but for some reason once I converted it to a Jpeg its seems to have gone like blurry/faded? not exactly sure why 😕. If any of you would like to share your tips on table-making with me then please help a girl out via commenting ☺️. I hope that this blurry table has been useful to some of you in order to help identify what skin type you fit closest to & hopefully this will make shopping for skincare products easier! I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this post… If you did then please don’t forget to ‘like’ down below 👇 & follow me for more! 😁 Thankyou 💙
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Read the previous post in the blog series here: SkinLovin’ Sundays #6 – How to care for your décolletage & keep it looking youthful