Beauty / October 8, 2015 / By Marcus Gearhart

6 ways to look hotter this autumn

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Looking hot does not mean a decked out overdone style in fact it’s all about maintain a perfect balance whether it has to do with clothing, beauty products or cosmetics.

  1. The fine line in cosmetics

The finer the better, avoid layering when putting on foundations.

  1. Balanced diet

Do not skip your meal and keep your body hydrated.

  1. Facials

Mud mask facials are the best and are safe on all skin types.

  1. Light exercise

Excessive exercising can give you a haggard look at times. Your exercise pattern should be not more than 2-3 days per week.

  1. Hair wash

Use one particular shampoo for your hair that suits you. Shampoo your hair on alternate days ideally.

  1. Food

Avoid over fried oily food and use edible olive oil wherever possible.

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Marcus Gearhart

Marcus began his career as a sales rep but progressed as a marketing champ. Since the last couple of years he has been managing a distribution network for well- known FMCG Company. Apart from his job responsibilities he is a great observer and loves to write what he is confident about. Having a technical mind he is more into technology products and flawlessly makes his point clear.