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29 Real Women Share Their Beauty Resolutions For 2018


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29 Real Women Share Their Beauty Resolutions For 2018

Oftentimes the best kind of real-world inspiration comes from the women closest to us — our tribe. So when thinking about the 2018 beauty habits we plan to kick or the products we pledge to use each day (like SPF!), we turned to the ESSENCE community for inspiration.

To ensure that we radiate beauty (both inside and out) all year long, we asked 29 women to share their beauty resolutions. From super inspirational to extremely practical, their answers did not disappoint.

Keep scrolling for a dose of beautiful inspiration.

1. Shari Brown

“My beauty resolutions for 2018 are to step up my masking game and to drink more water.”

2. Heather Haynes 

“Going natural is my biggest resolution in 2018! It’s the biggest struggle thus far, but I’m committed and scared AF.”

3. Kinesha Goldson

“I plan on taking better care of my natural hair. I workout every day and the shrinkage is real, so I’ve been hiding behind wigs, but I want to pay as much attention to my hair as I do my skin and fitness.”

4. Jessyca Butler 

One of my beauty resolutions for 2018 is to actually tap into the sector! I’ve always been so honed in on fashion that I’ve always neglected beauty. I’m ready to learn and try new things.”

5. Dee

“My beauty resolution is to clear away my dark spots and acne scars and to also reduce the bags under my eyes from the stress of living in NYC.”

6. Glory Edim

“My beauty resolution is to get sufficient rest and work on my pore game. I’m currently obsessed with face masks and hydrating skin creams. I’m also committing to pulling out my Milk Makeup highlighter more.”

7. Naomi Elizée

“My beauty resolution is to finally get serious and commit to a solid beauty routine. Working at a magazine I get so many product freebies that I tend to switch around products a lot and as a result, I never see the proper results. This year, I’m sticking to a few products to give my skin care a chance to work …

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