10 unique beauty tips in the world

Countries in the world are not only diverse in cultural identity but also have many unique differences in how to beautify.

1. Singapore: Using crushed butter as a moisturizing mask

Avocado is an indispensable ingredient in many diets and beauty in many parts of the world. Especially in Singapore, mashed butter mask is preferred by many women because it helps to make skin healthy, moist and bright white.


The method is very simple. You just need to crush the avocado after peeling and rub it all over your face, leave it for about 15 minutes then rinse with water.

2. Brazil: Soothing sunburned skin with oats

The continuous heat waves will make it easy for you to get sunburned when going out without careful cover. Learn beauty tips from Brazil to soothe your skin thanks to the use of oats. Oats have anti-inflammatory properties that can be considered as an ideal ingredient to help repair burning or inflamed skin.


Pour 1/2 cup of oatmeal and add 2 tablespoons of honey to a small bowl and stir well. After wetting your body, apply the mixture to your skin and massage gently for about 7 - 10 minutes.

3. Mexico: Bending eyelashes with a spoon


In Mexico, many women still own charming curled eyelashes in a very natural way, with only one spoon. The way to get this curved eyelashes is not too difficult. Prepare a stainless steel spoon that is nearly the size of your eyes. You fire the spoon a little until it's warm enough to bend your lashes easily.

4. Bulgaria: Using rose water to clean the skin


The country of Bulgaria is famous for its beautiful rose valley, so it is not unusual for people here to take advantage of the rose to add a natural beauty recipe. Natural roses contain a lot of antioxidants so it works to soothe the skin, moisturize and clean the skin.

5. South Africa: Moisturizing with shea butter


South African women do not like moisturizing creams because they have a very effective moisturizing formula from natural ingredients with shea butter. Shea butter originates from the African continent, extracted from the seeds of Shea-Karite tree, a specific tree found only in countries in East and West Africa.

6. Romania: Reducing broken nails with olive oil


To help keep your nails strong, you can soak your nails in olive oil. Olive oil is similar to coconut oil, has antifungal, antibacterial properties and prevents harmful bacteria from eroding the nail epidermis. You only need to use 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a small bowl just enough to soak the nails evenly for 10 minutes then rinse with clean water.

7. Turkey: Using chrysanthemum water to keep the hair color


Women with shiny blond hair in Turkey use chrysanthemum to help hair become more moist and shiny. Make use of this way to keep bright yellow hairstyles. Chrysanthemum water not only helps to beautify your hair color but also keeps the fragrance in your hair.

8. Korea: Caring skin with 10 steps


Koreans are very meticulous in the process of skincare through 10 steps: Remove makeup, wash face, remove dead cells, use toner, apply a face mask, use eye cream, use essence, special skin treatment, moisturize, and then put on a sleep mask.

9. Japan: Beautifying from the inside


The secret of Japanese beauty comes from the way of eating every day, including the Okinawa diet. Every day, Okinawan people eat 18 types of food, including 7 types of vegetables. Not only that, but they also used the 80% "Hara Hachi bu" energy principle, meaning that they should only eat until they feel full about 80%.

10. India: Using turmeric to whiten the skin


According to custom in the wedding of Hindus, turmeric is applied to the bride's face, neck, arms, and legs to help the skin look shiny and radiant. Curcumin in turmeric has the effect of inhibiting the production of excess melanin which causes darkening of the skin. Moreover, turmeric is also a popular spice in many different dishes.

By: Jonath Martin

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