If you’re dealing with unruly brows, trying to grow them out or tame them, dab some lip balm onto your finger and then onto your brows to comb them in place. It’ll give them a light sheen, make them look shapely and super thick.
Playing with coloured eye shadow? Get it to pop more than usual by applying a base coat of white eye shadow or using a white liner across your upper lid. The illusion created by the white will add depth to your eye colour and make it appear brighter than it actually is.
The one lipstick trick we wish we’d learned earlier in life? After you finish applying your lipstick, shape your mouth into an ‘O’, pop your finger inside and then pull it out. All the excess lipstick that would’ve got on your teeth will now be on the sides of your finger. Voila!
French manicures can be tricky business when you’re doing them at home. Take a little help from a Band-Aid by placing it all across your nail except for the edge that you wish to paint white. Take it off once the nail colour dries and polish off with a transparent coat.
If you’ve pulled yet another late nighter at the office and need a quick fix for those dark circles before your big meeting, just put two cold green tea bags under your eyes for about 10 minutes. Quick and natural!
If you’re suffering from a bad spell of dry skin, use the age old remedy of coconut oil. Coconut oil applied all over the skin acts as a deep moisturising and conditioning agent, and since it’s natural, it can be used on all skin types.
A common mistake we all make while applying concealer is dotting it under our eyes. Instead of dotting it, apply it in the form of lines leading from the inside of your eye outwards to cover your dark circles, almost in the shape of a triangle. This will give you better coverage as well as blend into your cheeks easily.
Yes, there is indeed an easy way to get your perfume to linger on longer without wearing the strongest smelling scent ever. Just use some cream or Vaseline on your pulse points before applying your perfume. The Vaseline acts as a barrier to ensure that your scent is held on longer than if you’d have sprayed it directly on your skin.