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Make-up tips
  • Make-up should be completely natural. Use less make-up all the time for a fresher and younger look 
  • Never apply your make-up before blow-drying your hair. The heat from the dryer can make you perspire and cause your make-up to smudge. 
  • Make sure your face is clean before your apply make up of any type. The best way to clean it is by dampening cotton swabs with water and then rubbing it gently across your face. 
  • Cleansing and moisturizing are the all-important steps before applying foundation.
  • Make sure you give moisturizer time to sink in before you start applying your make-up - it will help your make-up go on more easily. 
  • Apply cream blusher in light down- ward movements, to prevent it from creasing and specks of color from catching in the fine hairs on your face. (If you have run out of blusher, dot a little pink lipstick on your cheeks and blend well with your fingertips.)
  • Dust blusher over your eyelids as an instant subtle eye shadow. It is quick to apply, and will give a balanced look to your make-up. 
  • Apply a little loose powder under your eyes when applying dark shades of eye -shadow to catch any falling specks and prevent them from staining your skin.
  • Mascara your lashes before applying false ones to help them stick properly. 
  • Wipe out excess mascara by placing a folded tissue between your upper and lower lashes and then blinking two or three times. 
  • If mascara tends to clog on your lower lashes, try using a small thin brush to paint colour onto individual lashes. 
  • If you look tired, blend a little Concealer just away from the outer corner of your eye - it makes you look as though you had a good night's sleep. 
  • Brush lightly with powder on wrinkles around the eyes. Too much will settle into them and emphasize them. For eyes that really sparkle, try 
  • Outlining them just inside your lower eyelashes with a soft white cosmetic pencil. 
  • Make-up over-prominent eyes appear smaller by applying a wide coat of liquid liner. The thicker the line, the smaller your eyes will look. 
  • Women who wear glasses need to take special advice on make-up. Women who wear myopic glasses should opt for brighter, bolder shades and a little more mascara than normal. This is because their glasses make their eyes look smaller.
  • If you are far-sighted, your lenses will make your eyes look bigger and your eye make-up more prominent. Choosing lighter shades will prevent your eye make up look over done. 
     

 
General Tips
  • If you find eyebrow tweezing painful, hold an ice cube over the area first to numb the area before you start. 
  • When plucking your eyebrows, coat the hairs you want to remove with Concealers it will help you visualize exactly the shape of brow you are after. 
  • Keep lashes smooth and supple by brushing them with petroleum jelly before going to bed at night. It is also a good way to emphasize natural-looking lashes in the daytime. 
  • Keep perfume strips from magazines in your bag for an instant freshen-up. 
  • Sachets in magazines make ideal travel packs for weekends away. 
  • Keep new soaps from getting too soft by putting them in a warm cupboard until you need them. This helps dry the moisture out, which makes them harder and longer lasting. 
  • To get the last drop out of almost-empty bottles store them upside-down overnight. You will reap the rewards the next morning. 
  • Do not rip the cellophane cover off translucent powder, prick a few holes in it instead; it will stop you spilling and wasting it. 
  • Rub a dab of petroleum jelly around the neck of a new nail polish bottle, and it should be easy to open for the entire life of the product. 
  • Pick the largest sized products you can afford it is much cheaper that way. 
  • Keep the plastic seals or paper discs that come with products and replace after each use. It helps prevent air from distributing in the product and breeding of bacteria. 
  • No matter what the season, eat healthy and wholesome good.
     

 
Hair care tips
  • A cheap way to boost the shine of dark hair is to rinse it with diluted vinegar. Blonde hair benefits from lemon juice. Both act by sealing down the outer cuticles of the hair, helping your hair reflect the light more effectively. 
  • De-fuzz using a razor with replaceable blades - it works out much cheaper in the end than buying disposable razors. 
  • Hair with no layers is the easiest and cheapest hairstyle to maintain, as it does not require as many visits to the hairdresser to keep it looking good.
     

 
Skin care tips
  • A handful of oatmeal massaged directly onto your skin works as an effective face scrub. 
  • To rejuvenate your skin, try mineral mud pack. 
  • Protect your skin from cancer, eat lots of tomatoes and carrots. 
  • For healthy skin, eat lots of fresh vegetables and drink lots of water. 
  • To maintain vibrancy of the skin apply fresh orange peel daily and face masks with high Vitamin C content.  
  • Brighten dark elbows by rubbing them with half a fresh lemon it has a natural bleaching affect. Moisturize the skin afterwards to counteract the drying effects of the juice.  
  • Sleeping on your back helps stop wrinkles, according to recent research. It's certainly worth a try! 
     

 

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