We all have beauty problems. To look your best is a constant challenge, but more often than not, your beauty problems have an easy solution. Here are some common beauty problems with genius solutions and tips on how to prevent them in the first place.
Make a paste with lemon juice and baking soda. Apply to your nails and they'll be looking better in no time! To prevent this problem, always apply a base coat.
Used Too Much Hair Spray?
Just spray a little water on the particularly crunchy parts so the hairspray can dissolve. Then redry. To prevent this problem, make sure to hold the can at least 12 inches away and apply in layers with breaks in between for drying.
Weird Tan Lines?
Fill in the gaps with self-tanning lotion. To prevent this problem, tan naked! Just be sure that you are in a spot you know is secluded.
Greasy Hair From Too Much Product?
Spray on dry shampoo and comb through your hair. The dry shampoo will absorb the excess product. To prevent this problem, apply in batches using only a small amount each time.
Too Much Blush?
Add a swipe of powder. To prevent this problem, always apply blush first so you can use powder afterword to adjust.
Apply a little hairspray to tame the wild brows. To prevent this problem, use eyebrow wax.
Eyebrows Plucked Too Thin?
Fill in using a pencil or powder with short strokes. Keep the strokes light. To prevent this problem, use stencils when you pluck.
Wait until the mascara is dry before wiping off or you'll smudge even more. To prevent this problem, swipe under your eyes with a translucent powder after applying mascara.
Deoderant On Your Shirt?
If you have a dry cleaning hangar with foam, rub the foam on the white streaks using gentle circles. If you don't have the foam, try the same with pantyhose. To prevent this problem, only apply deodorant after you are fully dressed.
Eyeshadow Creasing On Eyelid?
Rub over the crease with your finger, then add a new topcoat of powder. To prevent this problem, put moisturizer on your eyelids before applying any eyeshadow.
Wet a washcloth and gently press it against the problem spots, then gently rub the area with your fingers to blend. To prevent this problem, apply a coat of primer before your foundation.
Gently apply some moisturizer to your lashes, then comb with an eyelash comb or use tweezers to separate lashes. To prevent this problem, apply a coat of clear mascara first before applying your regular mascara.
Used Too Much Perfume?
Rub over the area you applied the perfume with an unscented lotion to absorb some of the excess scent. To prevent this problem, don't spray perfume directly on your skin. Rather, spray some in the air and then walk through it.