A huge deciding factor before getting bangs was the fear of getting forehead acne.
I wasn’t sure if the oils from my hair being so close to my forehead were going to cause my skin to break out.I decided to go ahead with my haircut change and couldn’t be happier because sometimes the pros outweigh the cons. I was pretty confident I could fight acne or potential break outs with a consistent skin regimen.
I like to use my St. Ives Naturally Clear Blemish and Blackhead Control Scrub to fight against clogged pores and wake up my skin. I’ve been using St. Ives for years--this scrub has been my go-to when it comes to making blackheads and blemishes disappear.
I top it off with my Botanics Hydrating Day Cream with SPF 15 and continue on to my usual makeup routine.
I opt for the Cetaphil Facial Cleanser to remove makeup. I love that it is gentle enough for daily use. I also never sleep with makeup on and because my forehead is usually hidden I forgo wearing makeup there anyways.
- Wash face with desired acne fighting cleanser twice a day.
- Use blotting paper throughout the day to minimize oily skin.
- Do not put makeup on your forehead--nobody is going to see it anyways.
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