Latin America is much more than romantic soap operas and catchy songs. She is the cradle, nothing more and nothing less, than the most beautiful women on the planet. A culture where beauty is our daily bread and, whether out of vanity or custom, Latinas are the first to try trends and styles … Although, paradoxically, they consider us more conservative than the rest.
In honor of #HispanicHeritageMonth, let's remember those beauty trends born in Latin America that have undoubtedly revolutionized the world one step at a time. From neat hair to defined waists and "rear" at its point, Latin women do know how to stay perfect, even when we have to see "stars" more than once.
Whatever they say, straight hair without static remains the dream of thousands of women, regardless of the consequences. Brazilian straightening is pioneering in terms of a goddess mane. In fact, celebrities like Adriana Lima and Jennifer López have confessed that their life would not be the same without this "blessing".
Slim on ice
Thanks to the curiosity of Mexicans, the technique to reduce measures, Ice Therapy, has been at the forefront in recent decades. Apparently the extreme cold helps to deflate the belly and eliminate sagging quickly.
Burn your hair
Yes, it exists, and it is one of the most popular treatments in South America (ask Alessandra Ambrosio!). Here they literally burn your hair, strand by strand, to eliminate split ends and the hated frizz.
Help yourself from fats
Avocado and coconut are abundant in Latin America. So it is not strange to get them in most of the homemade tricks of Mexico, Brazil and the rest of the Hispanic countries. Good fats promote hair and skin health, leaving you radiant with just a few pennies.
Korea claims it as its own, but Chile was one of the first countries to adopt snail slime as "the secret of eternal youth." To make matters worse, Chile also began to use grape extract in anti-aging products long before any other nation.
Waist on point
What would our life be without the belts? Its fans reach all corners of the world, however, it was in Colombia where the best belts on the continent originated. And I am not exaggerating - the shapewear industry has grown so much in the country that it is one of the first exporters of the garment.
Invented in France, wine-based baths regenerate the skin and, apparently, stop the passage of time. In Argentina the practice became popular in luxury vineyards, where a single session could exceed $ 300.
Brazilian depilation. Anything else to add? Made with honey and natural ingredients, this type of hair removal does raise a woman's self-esteem … And leaves her sore for days.
The Amazon contains thousands of beauty tricks that continue to fascinate us today. Clay facials (which can also be extended to the body) promise to detoxify the pores and nourish in depth.