21 Apr 2022 | 2 min Read
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Nurturing your child, taking care of the family, working on a deadline and managing the household chores along with every other responsibility leaves you with almost no time for yourself. But, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few clever and life-changing beauty hacks that you can use to make things easier.
You can fix unruly eyebrows in almost no time by using a lip balm or petroleum jelly. You can then brush them off using a spooly or even a toothbrush will work!
Why spend an hour or so in the morning trying to curl your hair? Braid your hair before you go to sleep and wake up with beautiful curls. It’s not only time-saving but your hair will also thank you for not putting it under the harsh heat of the curler.
There are many lip-and-cheek stain products available in the market. Instead of having a lip balm, a blush and an eyeshadow, throw one of these in your purse and you’re good to go!
It next to impossible to nail the perfect eyeliner wing every time. When you notice a mistake, instead of removing it completely and starting over again, use a cotton swab and a makeup remover to easily correct your mistakes. You can even use oil in place of makeup remover, in fact, it’s actually better for your skin.
Getting that perfect eyeliner stroke or that thick black kajal doesn’t have to come with compromises anymore!
They’re super classy and take way less time than other hairstyle and you do not have to worry about bad hair days either. You can go for a messy bun or an elegant little top knot.
If your hair is oily but you have no time to shower, you can use baby powder or talcum powder as a dry shampoo. It’ll absorb the moisture and oil content and make your hair grease-less.
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