Friday, June 24, 2011

Quick Fixes to Common Beauty Problems



I just find these beauty tips and I’d like to share it with you..




You might not realize that your fridge and your medicine cabinet offer tons of quick beauty fixes.
Here are some home beauty problem solvers..


Tired Eyes.
Steep two bags of green tea in 1 cup of water. Chill (make sure it is cool to touch, so you don’t burn your eyelids) and place on eyes for 15 minutes. You can also use chilled cucumbers placed on eyes for 15 minutes.

Puffy Eyes
Place two cotton balls into 1 cup of cold whole milk. Make sure the cotton balls are well saturated and place on your eyes for ten minutes.

Eyebrow Wax Pain Reliever
Apply a small amount of oral topical anesthetic like Ambesol to help reduce the pain of tweezing and waxing.

Lipgloss
Vaseline (my favorite beauty product) is the perfect lip gloss. Line lips and then add a small covering of vaseline. You can also use it to add shine after you put on your favorite lip color.

Zits
Apply a small dab of toothpaste to the zit. Let it sit for no more than two minutes. Not sure exactly why this seems to work, but it does.

Blemishes
Squeeze 2 tablespoons of lemon juice onto a cotton swab and sweep over face.

Wrinkles
Whip one egg and spread on face. Let it sit for 15 minutes and then rinse thoroughly.

Dull Skin
Use this common household product as a toner: dip one cotton ball in hydrogen peroxide and sweep over skin in a circular motion. Be careful to avoid eye area. You can also dip a cotton ball in a cup of vodka and spread along skin.

Dry Skin
If no lotion is available use leave on hair conditioner instead. It works miracles in a pinch. Conditioner also works well as a substitute shaving gel/cream.

Cellulite
Warm dry coffee grounds and work the grounds into the skin to help reduce cellulite.

Bad Breath
Baking soda works wonders for bad breath. Put a teaspoon on your toothbrush; add a little water and brush as usual, including tongue and gums.

Wet Nails
This tip I learned from a nail technician. Dip wet nails into ice cold water for quick drying or spray with a pan oil like Pam. 

Dry Hair
In a pinch use a little dab of skin lotion or Vaseline on hair.

Dull Hair
Be like the French and rinse your hair out with a cup of champagne to brighten hair color.

Oily Hair
A little baking soda sops the oil right up. Be careful not to go overboard.




7 comments:

  1. thanks to share this informations,nice tips ;)

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  2. wow..
    i'm goin' to try on one of your post..
    tired eyes
    nice post :D

    hug and sweet kisses,
    Miss Aa
    http://miss-aa.blogspot.com/

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  3. thanks for the beauty tips dear :)
    i'll try it now :D


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  4. glad to share with you all guys :D

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  5. oh wow thanks so much for sharing, im definitely going to try the milk one xx misstea & co. following you too<3

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