If you don’t have time to wait a full twenty, or more minutes for your nails to dry, then I have a perfect tip for you for faster drying nail polish! And let’s be honest, who has that kind of time anyway (not me!)? Once you are done applying the polish, let it sit and begin to harden for about 2 or 3 minutes. After, place them in a bowl of ice water for about 3 additional minutes. The water will get cold after the prolonged time, but once the three minutes have passed your nails will be completely dry! I think it is completely worth it!
Puffy under eyes are an annoying occurring like dark circles under your eyes. These can be brought on from too little sleep, crying, genetis, or other causes. However, a certain cream can help to reduce the puffiness. Brace yourself. Hemorrhoid cream is said to be the magic cream to minimize this. This cream is primarily used to shrink swollen tissue, so it works the same way under your eyes. So, in the mornings before you apply your makeup, just apply a bit of this cream to the swollen area and blend in! Once it’s had time to absorb into your skin, carry on with your usual routine!
Do you suffer from puffiness under your eyes? Have you ever tried using this method? If so did you find it effective? Do you have any other tips and tricks so help reduce this? Let me know!
This week’s Tuesday Tip is a bit different from past tips. I did not discover this tip on my own, nor am I claiming I’ve ever tried this tip. I was watching Youtube video’s yesterday when I got to a video by Gossmakeupartist. In this video, he shared with readers a unique way to prevent your concealer from creasing. I had never heard this tip before and thought it was worth a share to all of you! If you watch youtube videos regularly I am sure you know who Goss is, but if not check out his videos as he has great information and content.
I tend to use a thinner formula for my undereye concealer because I don’t want it to look cakey and crease with my fine lines. However, while blending your concealer do you ever feel as if you end up blending it all away? To prevent sheering out your concealer too much, especially with a less viscous formula, wait about 10-30 seconds before blending it in. By doing this, it will help to thicken your concealer by essentially drying it out a bit.
A few weeks ago I posted a tip for longer lasting lipstick using powder. You can achieve the same effect with your eyelashes as well. Between your mascara application apply a powder to your lashes and then follow up with another application of mascara. This will result in an increase in volume and curl of your lashes. You can apply the powder with a clean mascara wand or a small eyeshadow/eyeliner brush. I would also suggest using a fleshtone color powder instead of a white powder so it is not as noticeable if you happen to miss a spot.
Did you find this tip helpful? Have you tried it? Do you have any other tips for increasing volume or curl for your lashes? Let me know!
I use a clear gel for my eyebrows daily to help them stay in place. However, for pesky hairs you can take more extreme measures. Hairspray works excellent as a stronger source to keep eyebrows in place. You can spray a bit on your finger, a spoolie, eyebrow brush, or a q-tip and the run that over your brows setting them in place how you would like them. I would recommend a hairspray that does not dry extremely hard, as you don’t want your eyebrows to be, and look, crunchy. If hairspray is still not strong enough, I have heard of others using mustache wax to help keep them in place although I have not tried this for myself.
What do you think? Do you have hard-to-manage eyebrows? If so, how do you keep them in place? Have you tried any of the above methods? How did they work for you? Let me know!
There are many tips and tricks to get lipstick lasting longer, most of which you’re most likely already aware of. However, I have a trick that you may not have heard before! Applying baby powder between two applications of lipstick helps to prolong the color! The best explanation I can give for this tip is the baby powder acts as a setting powder for the first layer, and a base as the second layer. Try it out, you won’t be disappointed!
What did you think of this tip? Have you tried it or heard of it before? Did it work for you? Do you have any other tips to get longer lasting lipstick? Let me know!
I am constantly getting mascara on my eyelid during mascara application. My two choices usually are to do my eyeshadow first and risk getting mascara ontop of my eyeshadow, which just looks sloppy! Or I can do my mascara first, but get eyeshadow fallout on my eyelashes, which is extremely noticeable! What’s a girl to do?
I was clueless until I figured out this tip: Take a disposable mascara wand and once the mascara on your eyelid dries, run it over the dried mascara spot lightly. This will result in removing the smudged mascara off of your eyes, but keeping your eyeshadow in place!
Did you find this helpful? Do you ever have this problem? If so, what have you done to get rid of smudged mascara? Let me know!
After washing their face, many people have the misconception that your skin should feel tight. Tight is associated with clean, right? Wrong! Don’t be ashamed if you thought this as I thought this for a very long time! Especially having oily skin, I thought that it was best when my skin felt tight. Oh boy was I wrong! When your skin feels tight, that means your cleanser, face wash, mask, etc. stripped your skin of the natural oils, leaving it dehydrated. This will thus cause us oily gals to produce even more oil because our skin is making up for the oil lost!
Now, if you notice that the current products you’re using are leaving you with a tight feeling on your face I would suggest that you try to find another skincare system. However, in the mean time I have tip for you! Clean your cleanser off with icy cold water. This will help to make your skin feel the same ‘squeaky’ clean without dehydrating your skin of its water levels and giving you the tight-skinned feeling.
Did you find this tip helpful? Do you have any other skincare questions? Do you have any skincare tips? Let me know, I love hearing from my readers!