When drying and styling your hair take turns using the hot and cold button to help set your style and give your hair more body.
Are your nails tinted from nail polish? Whiten them by scrubbing nails with an old toothbrush and whitening toothpaste.
I am a nail biter so I’ve been looking online for some tips to help me stop biting. I’m definitely going to look into finding a deterrent (#3 on the list). Listen below are the Top 5 ways to stop yourself from biting your nails:
1. Keep your nails groomed
2. Apply a deterrent (may be a cream, oil or nail polish that is applied to nail containing ingredients like cayenne pepper extract or something bitter like denatonium saccharide.)
3. Distract yourself (stress ball, writing, painting, etc.)
4. Find out why you bite your nails
5. If it is really bad and you cannot stop yourself, seek treatment.
Full article can be found here at Discovery Fit and Health.
Sponges are perfect for liquid or cream-based formulas. They provide the fullest and most precise application. Dip a sponge into your liquid makeup and smooth a thick layer all over your face. Add extra coverage in areas with uneven tone.
Puffs work great for powdering on the go. They fit into most compacts and provide buildable yet even coverage. Lightly dab the puff over shiny or uneven areas. A few thin layers provide better coverage than one thicker one.
There’s a brush for every application, from eyeshadow to blush. Brushes are great for precise application of powder formulas. Just like puffs, a few thin layers applied with a brush are better than one thicker one.
When curling your lashes make sure to walk the eye lash curler out from the base to the end of your lashes. This will avoid getting a hard line in the center of your lashes.
On the go and forgot your blush? Use your lipstick and apply it to your cheeks to give you a quick dash of color.