- Tame your flyaways
- Tease your hair
- Brush your brows
- Exfoliate your lips
- Exfoliate your fingertips
- Highlight your hair
Tame your flyaways
What’s more annoying than having baby hair? Baby hair that sticks out! Almost like you spiked those little strands and now they just won’t settle. Get rid of these flyaways with an easy toothbrush hack–spray some strong hold hair spray on a toothbrush, just enough to get it slightly wet. Run the toothbrush over your flyaways in the direction of your hairline. Result? Goodbye baby hair and flyaways!
Tease your hair
A voluminous pouf is an essential for so many hairstyles, and to achieve it, teasing your hair is a necessary step. While a fine toothed comb does the job perfectly, the extremely fine bristles of a toothbrush also help achieve the required volume. Use it exactly as you would use a comb to tease your hair. This hack also helps you get gorgeous beach waves. Spray some texturizing spray after teasing your hair with the toothbrush for optimum results.
Brush your brows
Did you know that a toothbrush can easily double up as a spoolie? This hack is especially helpful if you’re out and about, your brows are misbehaving and you don’t have your spoolie on you, you can just buy a toothbrush and brush them out.
Exfoliate your lips
No one likes dry, chapped lips. And no matter how many layers of lip balm you smear on them to hydrate them, it won’t work if there are dead skin cells blocking it. Use your toothbrush to gently remove these dead skin cells. Wet your toothbrush a little and in gentle, circular motions, exfoliate your lips until they feel soft. Then, hydrate using your trusted lip balm. This is also a crucial step to do before you apply a matte lipstick. It helps achieve fuller, plumper lips without creasing them too much!
Exfoliate your fingertips
No time for manicures? Get yourself one at home! All you need is some Vaseline petroleum jelly and a toothbrush. Apply a small amount of Vaseline around your nail bed and over your fingertips and use a toothbrush to scrub the area gently. You will get rid of all the cuticles, dry skin etc. around your nails and it’ll also provide for a smooth surface for your manicure. This helps remove any dirt particles stuck inside your nails as well.
Highlight your hair
Highlights at the salon cost a bomb but there’s an easy way to achieve them at home. The messy procedure of using a hair colouring brush to colour smaller sections of your hair can be taxing. This can be simplified by just replacing it with a toothbrush! The application is smoother, quicker and precise.
How many of these toothbrush hacks are you trying?
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