Eye Cream is the new Cuticle Cream!
Instead of spending more money on cuticle cream, you can repurpose any hydrating eye cream to cure dry cuticles. Simply apply a small amount on the center of each cuticle, rub it in and voila, moist and healthy nails.
Avoid Overly Rosy Cheeks – the “Clown Effect”
Blush is a great way to give yourself a natural glow. But you’ll want to avoid brushing on too much (lest looking like a clown). So always start your blush line two finger widths away from your nose and only apply it on the apples of your cheeks. This will ensure you create a natural glow without going overboard.
Add some Oomph to your Cheekbones
To make your cheekbones appear higher and to give them more structure, apply bronzer directly under the cheekbone. You can also add highlighter to the cheekbone itself (under a thin layer of blush).
Create Fuller Lips – Fake it!
If you’re sick of having thin, pursed puckers, extend your lip line using a neutral-toned lip liner. Then apply lipstick over top. Be careful though — don’t push your limits!
Give Flaky Mascara a Rest
Mascara flakes when it’s old and tired. Replace your mascara every 3 months and always remember to keep your mascara tube tightly sealed.