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Store your gel and creme liners upside down to preserve moisture and prevent them from dying out.
Sleep with a silky pillowcase to prevent sleep lines and wrinkles.
Highlight the cupid's bow of your lips to make them appear plumper.
Spot clean your makeup brushes after each use and thoroughly shampoo weekly to avoid build-up.
Don't store your perfume in the bathroom. Steam from hot showers create a moist environment which alters the fragile notes.
Your skin is most thirsty after being in water. Dry your skin and apply a moisturiser immediately to avoid dehydration.
Never share eye products as they can spread germs from person-to-person.
Apply Witch Hazel to ingrown hairs to reduce redness and swelling.
Replace your mascara 6 months after first opening to avoid eye infections.
Only apply hair conditioner to mid-lengths and ends.
Olive oil is a cost-effective alternative to cuticle oil.
Never shave body hair on dry skin. Wet with water and use a cream or oil to avoid nicking your skin.
Apply lip liner after lipstick to create a definition.
Use a 'pat & press' motion when applying serums and lotions to your face.
Apply lip balm before you commence applying makeup. When you apply your lipstick at the end you'll have perfectly primed lips.
Don't line your lower lash line without lining your upper lash line.