BEAUTY: LITTLE KNOWN VERY BEST BEAUTY HACKS AND TIPS EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW

BEAUTY: LITTLE KNOWN VERY BEST BEAUTY HACKS AND TIPS EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW

There are lots of beauty tips and hacks that we can never get enough them ourselves. We want to learn more new ways to save money and time. And we want to learn how to be more well-groom.

From multipurpose products to household items that work just as well – if not better – than expensive store-bought products to application tricks that cut down on your getting ready time, beauty hacks are indispensable to a well-rounded, efficient beauty routine.

Here are more wonderful beauty tips and  hacks  for eyes, hair, skin, and body that you may not have heard of before, but that every girl should know.

 

FOR EYES:

Wiggle the mascara brush

If you want to get the best bang for your buck, even the cheapest mascara will be impressive with this trick. Use waterproof mascara. Rather than swiping mascara quickly through your lashes, place the mascara wand solidly at the base of your eyelashes and wiggle it to get them fully coated. Then move the wand through the rest of your lashes. Volume, baby, volume!

Source: .sheknows.com

 

Fill in your brows with eye shadow

This tip assumes that you’ve got some eye shadow that matches your eyebrow color, but if you do, it’s a game changer! Eyebrow pencils are great for bolder looks, but they tend to be all-or-nothing. Try swapping the pencil for eye shadow when you want a softer, more natural look.

Source: .sheknows.com

 

Get thicker lashes with baby powder

The next time you want fuller lashes (that don’t smudge!), ditch your falsies and reach for some good old baby powder instead. First, curl your lashes and apply one or two coats of mascara. To prevent smudges, gently roll the mascara wand over tissue before application to remove clumps or excess product. Next, use a cotton bud or eye shadow brush to dab some baby powder onto your lashes. Finally, apply another coat of mascara and you’ll have thicker, fuller lashes in no time.

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Use a spoon to get the perfect winged eyeliner

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Unless you have super steady hands, we all know the frustration of achieving the perfect flick for our winged eyeliner look. Well, the humble spoon is here to make your makeup routine a little easier. Use the thinner end of the spoon to create a flick, then use the curved portion to draw a curved line just above the flick. Fill in the gap between both lines and ta-daah, perfect winged eyes.

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Avoid mascara smudges using a spoon

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Nearly everyone suffers from dreaded mascara marks on our eyelids whilst applying. Place a spoon with the curve above or below the lash line to help avoid the mascara residue.

Source: hellomagazine.com

 

Highlight eyeshadow colours

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Sometimes a bold eyeshadow looks great in the pot, but loses its brightness when applied directly onto the eyelid. Base your eye with white eyeliner or eyeshadow before applying the colour to make the shades really pop.

Source: hellomagazine.com

 

Use sellotape for perfect winged eyeliner

 

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Winged eyeliner is a classic beauty look but it can be difficult to get both eyes to match without a wonky look. One way to master this is using sellotape – place the tape underneath your outside lashes and angle it towards your temples. Rather than immediately removing the tape, wait for the liner to dry a little before removing the sellotape. This will create a sleek, straight wing on your eyeliner.   Do this on both eyes, then draw the liquid eyeliner across the eyelid as normal, and follow it across the tapeline as far as you want. Remove the tape, and you’re good to go!

Source: hellomagazine.com

 

Make Your Eye Shadow Pop

Want bright and beautiful color of eye shadow? Apply white base to your eye lids. You can use white makeup crayon or any white eye shadow. This will really make your eye shadow pop.

Source:  fashionbeautynme.wordpress.com

 

Smokey Eye in Seconds

To have a perfect smokey eye can be a little bit tricky for beginners. I have a perfect trick to make smokey eye in seconds. Draw a shape of ‘#’ on the outer area of eye lid. Then blend this # towards the inner area. Waallah! you have a beautiful smokey eye.

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Curled lashes for a long time

Lashes curled with lash curlers do not stay for long time. Want the lashes to be curled for long time? Here is the trick  Heat the lash curler with dryer then carefully curl your lashes. lashes will stay curled for maximum time.

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Fix dry mascara

Some mascara can dried up quickly. Want to fix your dry mascara? Add few drops of lens solution to dried mascara, it will make the mascara back to normal again.

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FOR LIPS:

Prevent lipstick stains on your teeth by putting your index finger in your mouth

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This really works. After applying color, make an O-shape with your lips, stick your index finger your mouth, then carefully draw it out. This will wipe off any excess lipstick coating the inside of your lips, so your teeth stay smear-free.

Source:  beautymnl.com

 

Set your lipstick with powder

Having to reapply your lipstick every few hours (or even after your morning coffee) is a real pain. To make you lipstick well, apply the lipstick then after 30 seconds, blot the extra lipstick with tissue. Use a small, flat brush to dust translucent powder over your lips to set the colour, and your lipstick will last much longer.

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Apply perfect lipstick

Lining your lips is really important because your lip shape totally depends on lip liner. To have a perfect lipstick especially on your cupid’s boo, apply the lipstick in the ‘X’ shape on your upper lip as shown in the picture. Then normally apply the lipstick.

Source: fashionbeautynme.wordpress.com

 

Save the last remnants of your lipsticks

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When you get to the end of a lipstick, don’t toss it away, because we have another good use that you can put that to as well. Take your collection of worn out lipsticks and scrape the contents out into separate compartments of a pill box. Heat it up with a blow dryer until all the lipstick melts, place it into an empty lipstick palette, and you will have created your very own, homemade, lipstick palette.

Source: beautyandtips.com

 

Exfoliate your lips

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The Old “Toothbrush”: this method is probably the most well-known DIY method for exfoliating this lips. All you need is an old toothbrush and some vaseline. Apply a generous amount of vaseline all over your lips and with a dry toothbrush, begin to move in circular motions over your lips. You will notice your lips look much more pinker.

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 Kool aid lip stain

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A tiny bit of Kool-Aid powder mixed with vaseline makes a great balm.

 

FOR FACE:

Put concealer on after foundation, not before

This will save your pores and your pocketbook some undue stress. If you put concealer on before your foundation, you’re apt to use too much product. Instead, put the concealer on after your foundation has set. You’ll still get flawless coverage, but without more product than you need.

Source: sheknows.com

 

Try an egg white mask

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Egg white mask swiftly tighten up her pores and achieve a smoother complexion. Just crack two eggs, discarding the yolk; you don’t have to beat the whites if you don’t have time. Spread the white onto your dry face and neck and let it sit for about 5-10 minutes. Wash it off.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

Elevate your head to avoid waking up with a puffy face

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Sleep on a cushion, or elevate your mattress to get your heart higher than your legs, says New York City dermatologist Dr. Doris Day. She also recommends drinking plenty of water at night to help with the reduction of swelling, just not so close to bedtime or else, well, you know.

Source: redbookmag.com

Perfect contouring

Face shape is really important to have beautiful perfect makeup. Contouring can play an important role in shaping your cheeks. Beginners can sometimes over do the contouring and/ or not on the perfect contouring place. To find the exact place for contouring, Suck in your cheeks and them start to contour your cheeks from temples to the hollows of cheeks.

Source:  fashionbeautynme.wordpress.com

 

Mix concealer and moisturizer to make foundation in a pinch

Only have a few drops of foundation left? You can stretch it out by mixing a bit of your concealer and moisturizer together.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

Mix concealer and moisturizer to make foundation in a pinch

Only have a few drops of foundation left? You can stretch it out by mixing a bit of your concealer and moisturizer together.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

Use your left over green tea as a pore-refining toner

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This hack is courtesy of my 68-year old mom, who is somehow always ahead of my beauty game. Her new technique for pore-refining and skin-tightening toner is using the cool, leftover green tea from her a.m. pot. She gently massages the antioxidant rich tea onto her face, forgoing what she feels are “harsher store-bought” toners. Green tea also has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, so it’s great for reactive and/or acne-prone skin.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

Use a bobby pin to cover acne spots 

For covering those 3-D “get the eff away!” zits, Brown says to use a bobby pin. “Open it up and use the small bulb to apply cream concealer directly on the spot. Or use the thick bit of drier foundation at the top of the bottle if you’re really limited on supplies. Dab a bit of powder on the blemish with a q-tip to set and you’re good to go.” For a good, acne-covering concealer try No7 Radiant Glow Concealer.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

Use baby wipes instead of makeup wipes

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Baby wipes make a great replacement for makeup wipes. They are gentler on your skin and they cost a lot less as well. Baby wipes are always good to have around, because they remove makeup, mop up spills, and you can get small makeup stains off your clothes with them too.

Source: beautyandtips.com

 

Use lip balm on shaving nicks

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Shaving nicks on your legs can be really annoying, especially if you are in a rush to get out. Pop a little lip balm on a nick in your skin and it will stop the bleeding and help it to heal up faster.

Source: beautyandtips.com

 

 

FOR HAIR:

Cover sudden grays instantly with eye shadow

Don’t panic when you see an unwanted gray. Take a shade closest to your hair color and an eye shadow brush or sponge tip applicator. Gently dab the hairs all around the shaft. This should work as a temporary solution for the day.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

Turn ordinary shampoo into clarifying shampoo with baking soda

If you’ve visited our site before, then you will know that we are fans of clarifying shampoo. Used every so often, it cleans your hair, deep down, and it removes all the build-up of product that can accumulate on your hair, which can make your hair look dull and lifeless. If you don’t have any clarifying shampoo, just mix a bit of baking soda in with your regular shampoo and it will do the same job.

Source: beautyandtips.com

 

How to dye hair with kool aid

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Rock your new Kool-Aid colored hair! Darker hair will change the tints of the hair color, but lighter hair can be dramatically changed! You may need to experiment with this a few times to get the balance right for your hair color –– just remember that the darker your natural hair, the less obvious the effects will be.

Put on gloves to prevent staining. If you don’t want to wear gloves, be aware that your skin may stain, but you can still remove the Kool-Aid from itWrap the person whose hair you’re dyeing in towel(s) (or a garbage bag with a clip to keep it in place) to avoid stains. Remember that Kool-Aid can stain fabric, so use an old towel or cloth.

Add the Kool-Aid packages to a small bowl. Be sure to use the unsweetened version, to avoid creating sticky hair. Moreover, don’t use the artificially sweetened kind, as the chemicals might irritate your eyes. You may need to use more packages than recommended here, depending on the length of your hair, and how deep you want the color. Suggestions for suitable Kool-Aid matched to a hair shade change are:

  • Tropical punch is great for a brighter red
  • Cherry works for a deeper red
  • Black-cherry mixed with strawberry works for a bright red
  • Mixing strawberry and grape can make a purplish red
  • Experiment with variations of your favorite Kool-Aid colors to get more unique colors

Add a few drops of conditioner and some hot water to help the color from the Kool-Aid permeate the hair more evenly. Adding conditioner helps to make a paste, which is easier to handle.

Mix the 3-6 packages of Kool-Aid, the water, and the conditioner together, until the ingredients form a smooth paste. Keep mixing out all the lumps and liquidy

Work the Kool-Aid paste into the hair, starting near the roots. This is the fun part but you definitely need help for this if you’re dyeing your own hair.

Continue adding the Kool-Aid paste down the middle of the hair.

Work the Kool-Aid paste into the tips. All of your hair must be very damp and sticky, otherwise the powder will just wash out, without coloring your hair.

Put up sections of hair to ensure that you color the lower layers of hair too.

Wrap the hair in several long strips of sandwich wrap or, put on a shower cap.You’ll have to sleep in it, so do a good job! This step is important not just to protect your pillows and sheets, but because it will trap the moisture in, allowing for a deeper color change. It would be a good idea to wrap your pillow in an old towel in case the sandwich wrap moves around while sleeping.

  • You can secure the plastic wrap carefully with tape.

After a good night’s sleep, remove the plastic wrap. Don’t be dismayed by the gruesome colours on your skin––everything washes off! See How to remove Kool-Aid from skin if you have skin stains.

Thoroughly rinse your hair with lukewarm water. Do not shampoo! If you use shampoo, the color will wash straight out. Apply conditioner if wished, then rinse again. Then comb your hair out and wait for it to dry. The final tint will be less obvious with wet hair.

Source: wikihow.com

 

Dip Dye Your Hair Using Kool Aid

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Make the Kool Aid:  In a large glass measuring cup, add 2 cups of water and microwave for about 4 minutes or until almost boiling.  Add in 2 packets of Kool Aid and stir until dissolved.

Now comes the fun part of actually dip dying your hair using Kool Aid:  Put the Kool Aid in plastic cups so it is several inches deep.  We went with 2 cups at a time with 2 sections of hair in each cup.  We repeated until all of the sections were finished.  After you place your hair tips into the Kool Aid, settle in for a bit to wait.  Times for dying range anywhere from 15 minutes to 90 minutes depending on hair color and how patient you are.  My daughter was not particularly patient and barely made it the 15 minute minimum.  As a result, the color in her hair isn’t quite as dramatic as she would have liked.

After you have finished with your ‘incubation’ in the Kool Aid dye, rinse the tips thoroughly with cold water and apply a small amount of conditioner to the hair that was dip dyed with Kool Aid.  Leave the conditioner in for 2 minutes and then rinse and pat dry.  Let you hair dry naturally and avoid washing it for the next 48 hours to help ‘set’ the color.

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FOR SKIN:

Make body glow with eye shadow

If you’re feeling a little pale or want to bring some life back into your skin, shave the top of your bronze eyeshadow with a spoon and mix it into lotion for a healthy body glow, says makeup artist Tasha Brown.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

 

Use left over oatmeal to soothe irritated skin

For irritated skin, Brown suggests using leftover, cooled oatmeal from breakfast. “Most experts would recommend a nice long oatmeal bath to soothe your skin but a big loud LOL from every busy working mom just trying to make it out the door.” Instead, she says, add a bit of honey so the mixture will stick to your face and let it sit for 10 minutes. Rinse and pat your face dry, don’t rub.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

Use a bobby pin to cover acne spots 

For covering those 3-D “get the eff away!” zits, Brown says to use a bobby pin. “Open it up and use the small bulb to apply cream concealer directly on the spot. Or use the thick bit of drier foundation at the top of the bottle if you’re really limited on supplies. Dab a bit of powder on the blemish with a q-tip to set and you’re good to go.” For a good, acne-covering concealer try No7 Radiant Glow Concealer.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

Mix concealer and moisturizer to make foundation in a pinch

Only have a few drops of foundation left? You can stretch it out by mixing a bit of your concealer and moisturizer together.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

Use your left over green tea as a pore-refining toner

Image result for green tea bag pic

This hack is courtesy of my 68-year old mom, who is somehow always ahead of my beauty game. Her new technique for pore-refining and skin-tightening toner is using the cool, leftover green tea from her a.m. pot. She gently massages the antioxidant rich tea onto her face, forgoing what she feels are “harsher store-bought” toners. Green tea also has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, so it’s great for reactive and/or acne-prone skin.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

RANDOM:

Shave your legs on the fly using cold cream

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Look down and see unwanted hair while running out the door? Use cold cream (like Pond’s) to shave your legs lightning quick—you can literally shave, wipe off and be moisturized without a shower.

Source: redbookmag.com

 

Apply Vaseline to make your perfume last longer

The next time you spritz on some perfume, apply a thin coat of Vaseline to your pulse points first. The fragrance will cling onto the petroleum jelly, instead of sinking into your pores, so your perfume scent will last longer. When applying perfume, the best pulse points to spray on are your inner wrists, inner elbows, behind your ears and your cleavage (hey, whatever works right). Also, don’t rub your inner wrists together after applying perfume there, as the friction will cause the scent to rub off faster.

Source: scene.sg

 

 Go for tea bag  to destroy the smell

Place the green tea bag inside the shoe and wait for 4-5 hours after that your shoe is left with refreshing smell of green tea. Repeat the process if required.

Source: looksgud.in

 

Soak your feet in A Green Tea Concoction

Before wearing shoes you can soak your feet in a concoction of green tea for about 15 minutes and towel dry your feet. This can keep your feet happy and prevent blisters too.  

Source: looksgud.in

 

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