Self-Care

Style Secrets For New Moms

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People tell you repeatedly that you won’t have much time left to do this and that when you have a baby. But part of you may not believe it. Until the baby arrives, that is. And the little time you do have left is partially used to decipher whether you should put your head down for the snooze your body craves, or instead to get through the cleaning and washing that’s piled up.

With less time available, there are fewer opportunities for you to do all of those beautiful self-care rituals that make you look and feel great. For the time being, until perhaps, the baby is a little older and can, for example, sit up independently. You may have to consider cutting down the regime that left you feeling like you! And instead, replace a few elements with practical beauty and style tips, like those featured below.

Jewelry 

Dangly earrings and tennis bracelets may be out the window for a little while. At least because your baby, although incredibly cute, has spectacular pincers that can grab and tug on just about anything attached to you with their dear life. Hair, tops, jewelry you name it!

And so, thinking of a few alternative accessories may help keep your style alive, yet practical enough that you won’t endure too much pain for your fashion choices. For instance, tusk jewelry at UrbanBodyJewelry.com could add a cool touch to your look. Or a simple pendant necklace will suit most outfits.

Clothing

The most important thing to consider when buying clothes is comfort! Materials you can bend and wriggle in without no restrictions. For instance, a lightweight swingy dress, paired with maternity tights, to give your stomach the space it needs to retract on its own. Leggings are a great item to have too. You can get them in so many different designs to suit all occasions. Whether choosing snazzy colors for the school run or darker tones to pair with ankle boots and a flowy top for date night. Investing in a great pair of leggings and loose, breathable tops are essential – particularly if you’re planning on breastfeeding.

Hair

There are a few tips for keeping your locks in shape when you have a little person to take care of. The first option is you could ask your hairdresser to cut your hair into a manageable bob. The reality is that washing, conditioning, treating, drying, and styling long hair takes much longer than taking care of shorter hair. Plus, it’s less hair for your baby to grab onto.

But if you’re keen to hold onto your hair, think about cute updo’s you can do to keep it out of your face. Such as a top knot bun or a french plait. Plus, to save washing your hair every day, dry shampoo is a new mom’s best friend. It keeps your hair looking fresh for those impromptu occasions you need to pop out to the pharmacy or supermarket. And don’t forget about headband head wraps too! They’re ideal for covering up greasy hair and great to accessorize with your outfit. These are just a few quick ways you can style your hair and look great.

 

When you become a mom, it’s easy to forget about you and give your all to your baby. However, finding time to make little changes that can uplift the way you feel each day will help you be the best mom you can be.

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