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PKMH Beauty Tips

As the song says, it's the most wonderful time of the year. You deserve a celebratory conclusion to the year after a year of hard work. But Christmas almost always means additional things to do: decorate the tree, go shopping for gifts at the mall, handwritten holiday cards, wrap and deliver gifts, organize and purchase outfits, plan and make dinners, and so on. Then there are the activities you're looking forward to or dreading: business parties, church potlucks, club get-togethers, reconnecting with old pals, and possibly even driving home to see relatives. Hangovers, swollen party eyes, and possibly too much peppermint candy canes and eggnog are all part of the Christmas experience. Even if you're crammed with activities, you'll want to look and feel your best throughout the holidays.

It doesn't have to be difficult or expensive to look festive during the holidays. You may enjoy the holiday bustle and the parties that come with it in grace and style, even if you have a hectic schedule and little time to primp.


From preparation to party to after-party, here are our #pkmhrecommends crucial Christmas party beauty tips, a guide to keep you positively shining all season long.

Take care of yourself (and Get Enough Sleep)

It's common knowledge that Christmas brings turmoil. The run-up to the holidays may be a flurry of gift shopping, party planning, and worryingly high workloads; it's understandably tough to find, much alone make time for yourself – but it's crucial. You'll be setting yourself up for a more successful start to the new year if you give yourself a proper rest over the holidays (and a lot of TLC!). Make sure you get a couple early evenings to balance off the late nights, and don't skimp on your skincare routine, no matter how much Buck's Fizz you've consumed!

Keep yourself hydrated

What is the cheapest and most practical beauty trick? Turn on the faucet! Drinking enough of water is usually a good idea, but it's especially vital around the holidays. Because alcohol is a diuretic, it's critical to keep your body (and skin) properly hydrated if you're drinking more than normal. Dehydrated skin might appear dry and flaky, with fine lines and wrinkles that are more evident. Water also flushes toxins from the body, which is especially beneficial if you've been drinking a lot of alcohol and eating a lot of processed meals.

Give yourself a facial

Facials have numerous advantages no matter what time of year it is. They deep-cleanse the skin, removing blemishes and restoring suppleness. According to experts, you should receive a facial every 5-6 weeks to coincide with your natural skin cycle. Moisturizing facials are especially helpful in the winter, when your skin is more susceptible to dryness, dullness, and chapping. Exfoliating gently removes dead skin cells (which block pores) while also stimulating your skin's natural renewal process.

Heat styling equipments

We recommend limiting how often you use your heated styling equipment. If you have back-to-back gatherings throughout the week, consider big waves one night and a done hair up the next, as it won't necessitate the use of heated styling equipment.

Hair Care Treatments

Weekly hair treatments will give your hair a new lease on life. After style and processing, deep conditioning treatments restore moisture and strength to the hair. Dry or brittle hair, damaged hair, blonde hair, or coloured hair can all benefit from treatments. Many people find coconut oil to be a go-to treatment that they may find in their kitchen cupboard if they prefer natural products.

Give your hair a break

Allow your hair to relax between festive events when you don't need to style it. Leave it alone to breathe and relax instead of styling it! If you still want to wear your hair up, use stretchy rubber hair bands that won't break or restrict your hair.

After the holidays are over, you may want to get your haircut to get rid of any split ends, dead, or damaged hair! You might also choose to have your hair extensions removed to ease stress on your tresses, or renew your hair with a deep conditioning hair mask.

Moisturizing your nails

Moisturizing is a well-known secret to glowing skin, yet it's frequently forgotten when it comes to nail care.Dry, brittle nails can be caused by a multitude of factors, but they are ultimately a cry for moisture, so make enough hydration a priority in your nail care regimen. There are several moisturizing nail treatments available, but utilizing one is only half the battle—strong nails need more than just a fancy cream or serum.

Avoid coming into contact with water

Don't stop washing your hands or showering with gloves on, but pay attention to how you may limit the amount of time your nails are in touch with water, as this might weaken the structure of your nails.

Be gentle on your nails

Sometimes individuals poke underneath their nails with the pointed edge of a nail file to get the dirt out. You don't want to do that because it can detach the nail plate from the underlying bed, allowing a bacterial fungus infection to form.

Winter skincare entails more than just the creams and lotions you use

Massage the goods into your skin for a few minutes to start the blood flowing. If you don't use smooth, firm upward strokes with your hands, metal applicators can aid to improve product absorption. While a glass of wine or a scotch could seem like a good way to remain warm, don't forget about the modest yet powerful drink - H2O.


With all these beauty tips we are certain you’re all set to sparkle and glow this holiday season. Follow a routine that suits you and get, set & sleigh!

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Note: The recommendations mentioned in the article are generic in nature. Incase you‘d like a skin or a beauty related consultation, reach out to us on email.

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