Check out the guest blog post I wrote for TheBrittneyParker.com Helping you put your best face forward with self care techniques for at home facial massages. Dancers, you are no exception. Get headshot ready with these tips!
I do want to point out on the original the post the 6th picture is an error, it repeats the fifth. Sorry guys but I’ve added the original 6th slide for you below.
Most of the time when people receive a massage; they often neglect getting their face worked on but it’s the one area on the body with the most muscles concentrated in one area. That’s 43 muscles that allow you to cry, smile, give the occasional side eye and so much more. When they get tight and tension builds up it starts to show in our appearance. To decrease signs of aging, wrinkles and brighten complexion I highly recommend incorporating a facial massage into yourself- care routine. It will help you put your best face forward. Facial massage relaxes the whole body, releases tension, tones muscles and stimulates blood supply leaving you with a more natural and warm look. Here’s a routine that you can do at home.
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Massage is self-care and self-care is NOT a luxury. You can not…
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