4 Makeup and Beauty Hacks to Try This Summer

If you have mastered the basics of makeup, then you’re ready for next-level tricks. Most beauty professionals, youtubers, or makeup lovers have already found new hacks and are creating tutorials with a game-changing tricks. The cool thing about makeup is that is has no limit. I’m sure you’ve seen brow gel used to create freckles or scotch tape used to guide eye-liner. But there’s more. Beauty gurus are posting new tips every day. I’ve included new tricks below for you to try out.

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Eyeshadow as Lipstick

With so many lip-color options, sometimes you want that perfect shade. In addition to saving money on long-wearing lipstick, try this. All you have to do is apply a lip primer of your choice, then coat on a cute shade of any eyeshadow and blend.

2-Ingredient Hair Detangler Spray

In a spray bottle, pour warm water with apple cider vinegar and a few drops of essential oil of your choice, shake well. ACV has antioxidants that strengthen your hair, which is fights against hair shedding from constant brushing. Certain essential oils contain antibacterial properties that can treat dandruff. This hack is great for a clean scalp.

Highlighter as Eyeshadow

Highlighter can add a glow to your skin, making your facial features pop. While it’s easy to wear an everyday shimmering eye shadow, why not try something new? Imagine applying Fenty Beauty Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter on your eyelids! Highlighter is one of the most underrated tools that do more than just accentuate.

Ice Cube Trick

Everyone knows ice can be used for numbing pain. But it can be used for beauty tricks, too.  When tweezing your eyebrows, rub an ice cube over the skin a few times to reduce the sting of tweezing. Natural glow-For a natural glow and to minimize wrinkles, try circular motions with the ice cube at least 2-3 times a week. Lastly, it can be used as a makeup primer by gently rubbing an ice cube on your skin before applying makeup. This helps with the longevity of your products.


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