To make your eyelashes look thicker, dust them with a coat of loose powder before applying your mascara.
Rather than buying pricey makeup removers, use baby oil, mineral oil, olive oil, or even moisturizer to remove your makeup. Each of these substances will remove cosmetics from your skin effectively, and they cost a fraction of what most makeup removers cost. Just dab a little on a cotton pad and swipe it away.
If you’re in between hair dresser appointments, and need to hide some roots, use dark mascara on black or brunette hair and gold eye shadow on blond hair! Nobody is perfect and if you’ve scheduled your hair salon appointment too far in advance to save your roots from showing, brush them lightly with appropriately colored mascara or combine hair spray and blond shades of powder to conceal those roots until you can see your stylist!
If a nail break’s as you are leaving to go out and you don’t have time to repair it, use Super Glue. Dab a small amount of Super Glue over the tear, and paint your nail with your favorite nail polish. Your nail is repaired and you are ready to go out.
If your skin looks like it could use a wake-up, try this idea. Use a hot, damp washcloth (with a few drops of your favorite essential oil on it, or plain is fine too) and press it gently against your face for a minute. Finish with a splash of very cold water. The heat will improve your facial circulation and open your pores, while the cold water will tighten your skin and wake you up generally.
Using concealer is only half the battle when looking your best and fixing flaws. To have a perfect complexion, try using a lipstick in a warm pink. According to leading makeup artists, no matter what your skin type or tone, warm pink will distract people’s eyes from any imperfections and blemishes and keep you looking your best.
On average, women should exfoliate their skin approximately two times per week to maintain healthy skin, and to enhance overall beauty. Exfoliating your skin rids your face of dead skin cells, toxins, and other impurities that can cause your skin to lack its potential radiance.
To make your eyelashes look thicker, dust them with a coat of loose powder before applying your mascara. Use a small brush to apply a thin layer of translucent powder to your eyelashes, taking care not to get the powder in your eyes. Follow up with a coat of your favorite mascara over the top of the powder.
See, that wasn’t that hard to read through. After reading through that, you ought to be a bit excited to start experimenting and trying new things. Hopefully these new things yield results that work for you. If not, try something else until you are pleased with the results. That’s the best part about beauty, it has endless possibilities.