Whether you are a beauty beginner or have been interested in all things makeup and hair for years, there is always something new you can learn. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite makeup artist and beauty editor-approved tips and tricks. These beauty tips will help you make your drugstore makeup look like a pro, get the most out of your favorite skincare products, and make your hair look like a salon every day. Bonus: These tips are so simple, you won’t have to change your entire routine to reap the benefits of these easy makeup, hair, and nail tips.
1. Use Petroleum Jelly for a Smudge-Free Manicure.
To keep the homemade manicure on your nails (and not the skin around them), dab a little petroleum jelly around the boundary where the nails end and the skin begins. Wait for the manicure to dry, and then wash your hands; Any polish that has fallen on top of the Vaseline will wash off immediately. To buy this article Click Here.
2. Apply Dry Shampoo Before Going to Bed.
Dry shampoo is a last minute lifesaver when you have to be somewhere but don’t have time to wash your hair. But you can actually get more out of your bottle of dry shampoo by applying it before bed. “I like to wear it before bed,” says April Franzino, Beauty Director at Good Housekeeping. “The hair will absorb it while you sleep and you will look fresh in the morning.” To buy this article Click Here.
3. Touch, Don’t Rub, Perfume on Your Wrists.
Touching Perfume on Wrists
This simple tip will make your perfume last much longer: do not rub your wrists to apply the perfume (it makes it disappear faster). Instead, press together. To buy this article Click Here.
4. Be Careful With The Concealer For a Natural Look.
Contrary to popular belief, loading the lower part of the eyes with concealer will not erase those dark circles; in fact, wearing a ton of coverage looks really unnatural and can make you look older. Instead, use a thin layer of a clear concealer that matches your skin tone without completely covering your complexion. To buy this article Click Here.
5. Move Your Eyeliner Down For a Rounder Eye.
A cat eye will always be great, but this “puppy eyeliner” Korean makeup trend has us hooked. Instead of moving the eyeliner up at the end, drag it down toward the cheekbone for a rounder, broader-looking eye. To buy this article Click Here.
6. Use This Map for Your Makeup.
Knowing what each part of your eye is called is half the battle when it comes to following beauty tutorials. Be sure to add this handy guide to your Pinterest beauty board so you can master your makeup. To buy this article Click Here.
7. Slip Your Powdered Lipstick Through a Tissue.
Tired of your lipstick smearing, smudging, or fading throughout the day? Set with translucent powder, but do not apply directly to lips. Instead, blot with a tissue so just the right amount of powder gets into your pout. And follow the rest of this simple lipstick tutorial to keep your color beautiful for as long as possible. To buy this article Click Here.
8 Use Multiple Face Masks to Maximize Your Results.
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Skincare isn’t one-size-fits-all, so customizing your routine can help you get the best results for your complexion. “Multiple masking is when multiple face masks are worn or placed on the skin simultaneously to combat different skin problems at the same time,” explains New York City esthetician Cecilia Wong. If you have an oily T-zone but dry cheeks, for example, you can use a hydrating mask on the sides of your face and a charcoal mask on your forehead, nose, and chin. It’s like you are in a spa!