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A swan-like neck adds the perfect dash of elegance to every look you carry.
Not everybody is born with a strong, commanding collar bone. Even though genes might play a big role, having a tight and smooth neck is something that requires dedication and extra care. Take Sonam Kapoor, for example. From treading the path of losing more than 30 kilos to her entry into Bollywood, she is someone who has worked hard on every aspect of herself, including her neck. Wondering how? Read on to find out how to keep your neck toned and supple, using these tips and tricks:
a. Make a pack of overly ripe banana and olive oil. Add a pinch of chickpea flour. Apply this mixture on your face and neck, leave it on for about 15 minutes, then wash off with warm water. Repeated use of this pack will result in keeping fine lines and sagginess of the neck’s skin at bay.
b. You can also mix together egg whites and honey, and use this pack for getting clear and toned skin on your neck.
c. Another great home remedy is mixing together mashed pumpkin and honey. This pack is going to give your neck an instant lift, and will make your skin supple.
With these simple tips and remedies, you’ll be ready to show off your neck in no time!
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