12 Easy & Expert Beauty Tips Every Girl Need To Know

There are many and endless Beauty and Makeup tips to make your beauty fabulous. The more beauty tips you know, the better you’ll be prepared to handle every situation thrown at you — and look good while doing so. Today, we share some beauty tips that will make you gorgeous.

1. Pull out the old claw clip

Pull out the old claw clip

After blow-drying hair, pin it up into the Snooki pouf with a claw clip. Apply makeup while your hair cools, and when you’re finished, remove the clip.

2. Dunk nails to dry

Dunk nails to dry

“If you have no quick-dry products lying around, dip your painted nails in a bowl of ice-cold water to help them dry faster. It really works!”

3. Card your lashes for major volume

Card your lashes for major volume

“Before applying mascara, place a business card or index card behind your lashes to cover your lid. Starting at the roots, swipe mascara all the way to the tip. You can really let the wand fly so it lengthens without making a mess—the mascara will just hit the card! Your lashes will go from barely-there to full and thick in seconds.”—Jeannine Morris, Beauty Sweet Spot

4. Cocktail your concealer

Cocktail your concealer

First dab the ring finger into an eye balm then swipe it over a solid concealer and dot it on. The creamy texture blends in very smoothly and doesn’t settle into little lines. 

5. Dot your eyes

Dot your eyes

“I have the least steady hands on the planet, but I love the way my eyes look when they’re tightly lined. I’ve learned to hold a liquid-liner marker pen horizontally, so I’m using the broader side of the tip instead of the fine point, and press it into my lash line. This way I can line my eyes in three to four quick stamps instead of trying to draw a straight line—which is nearly impossible!”—Lara Ramos, The Glossarie

6. Add blush for lasting color

Add blush for lasting color

Eye shadow works, too, to give lipstick longer-lasting wear and a unique matte finish. Just make sure it matches your lip shade.”

7. Make dry shampoo your secret weapon

Make dry shampoo your secret weapon

“I sleep with my hair divided into two loose buns, secured with a scrunchie, to keep my strands smooth. For adding volume in the morning, I rely on Osis Dust It—the powder soaks up excess oils and adds lift to roots.”—Lara Eurdolian, Pretty Connected

8. Swirl on blush

Swirl on blush

Spin the brush in small, light circles from cheekbone to hairline. This trick gives a flawless, airbrushed look.”

9. Blend your own glossy shadow

Blend your own glossy shadow

Combine dark shades, like metallic brown, deep green or vibrant blue, with a creamy luminizer on the back of my hand to create a gorgeous, subtly glossy version that looks pretty both day and night.”

10. Mist regularly for moisture

Mist regularly for moistureKeep a hydrating, alcohol-free toner on the table by my couch, where usually work from, and spritz it on for dewy skin in a flash.”

11. Topcoat your decals

Topcoat your decals“When I opt for nail stickers, I always seal them with a clear topcoat covering the tip of the nail, too. It discourages edges from peeling, makes the decals last longer and gives an authentic painted-on look (so you can pretend you have crazy nail skills!).”—Kathryn Romeyn, Beauty Bender

12. Go green for glow!

Go green for glow!“One of the best things I have ever done for my health (and beauty and happiness!) was buy a juicer. Use all the time and throw in kale, Swiss chard, cucumber, cilantro, parsley, green apple and lemon. Drink your greens, enjoy the glow!”

Source – health

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6 Easy Hairstyles Ideas To Try For Your Day-Off Activities

1. French Braid Hybrid :

Start French braiding your hair like normal, then switch to a normal braid for two turns, then French braid again. Alternate between the two braids until you reach the end of your hair.

French Braid Hybrid

2. Embellished Low Bun : 

Spice up your low bun with a couple of well-placed bobby pins—if you have fine hair, spray them with hairspray first to keep them from slipping.

Embellished Low Bun

3. Half Twist

To recreate this look, take a two-inch section of hair on one side of your head, then twist it towards the other. Secure in place with a bobby pin, then repeat on the other side.

Half Twist

4. Curled Waterfall Braid

A waterfall braid with softly curled ends is elegant, but still low-maintenance. Click here for the step-by-step!

Curled Waterfall Braid

5. Updated Messy Bun

Take one-inch sections of your hair and twist them away from your face. When you reach the nape of your neck, secure your strands into a messy bun. Simple and chic!

Updated Messy Bun

6. Celtic Knot

The great thing about this braid is that it looks more intricate than it actually is—here’s a great tutorial.

Celtic Knot

Which of these looks is your favorite? Tell us below!
Source – Byrdie