Gretta's Double-Duty Beauty Tips
Gretta's beauty tips are going to the dogs - literally! Get her double-duty fixes that are good for both humans and their canine counterparts!
Miss Oops. Gretta recommends the Miss Oops sponge to remove deodorant marks, lipstick, doggie slobber and much more from your clothes. "This will get off anything and everything!" she says. "And the thing I love about this is that it keeps the fabric dry."
"Cupboard cures." To treat super dry skin, whether on your dog or you child, Gretta says you need to look no further than your own kitchen cabinets. "EVOO, grape seed oil, coconut oil ... any of those oils will totally work and give the coat of the dog, and your kid, the best shine ever while taking care of the dry problem," Gretta says. She suggests adding it to your dog's coat when you shampoo it, or brush it gently on the scalp of your child and massage it in.
Shiny skin. If you want to reduce the shine, Gretta says that normal moisturizers don't work. "They're great to put on at night," she says, "but I tell people to put on a serum if they're taking pictures or going to be on camera. The big thing to stay away from is something that is too hydrating. If you can go with a serum or with something with a low SPF, you'll see a lot less shine and your makeup will last much longer."
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