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Okay ladies, I know we’ve all heard of “no shave november” and although we love being able to hide our unshaven legs under our jeans, here’s a hack to keep your razor from rusting during our hibernating days.

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Are you completely devastated that your favorite lip gloss has run out? Has it discontinued or are you low on money that you just simply can’t afford getting a new one right now. Well here’s how to get the absolute most out of your lipgloss. Place the closed lipgloss tube in a coffee mug filled with warm water and let it sit for around 10 minutes. The heat given off from the water will melt away any gloss left on the sides of the tube giving you easier access and more to use!

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Have you been having late nights due to the 13 days of halloween marathons? Have you been up looking for the perfect costume and oh yeah, busy with classes? Is this causing you to have eye puffiness? There’s no need to go out and buy an overly expensive eye cream when you can use a herbal remedy such as green tea. Soak two tea bags in hot water and proceed to refrigerate. Once cold, compress the tea bags and lay them over your eyes for 5 minutes. The caffeine in green tea acts as an anti-inflammatory decreasing the puffiness.

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Would you have ever guessed that a house hold product can tame the frizziness and static electricity being released from your hair during those cold winter days. One simple dryer sheet smoothed through your hair can successfully do this for you also leaving you with a fresh smell. It’s a win, win!

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Are you feeling a little pale as the seasons are changing? The sun is fading, the leaves are falling, the heavy winter clothes are coming out and you need to bring some color back into your life. Try this DIY bronzer!

What you’ll need:

Ground cinnamon

Ground nutmeg

Cocoa powder


An empty, sealable container

What’s really cool about this is you can adjust the color to your liking and what fits best for you! Mix the ingredients and if the color is too light, you’ll want to add more Cocoa powder, and if you’re looking for more of a glow you’ll want to add more cinnamon. It’s as simple as that!

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Don’t you hate it when you accidentally drop your eye shadow, blush, or any kind of compressed powder and it breaks into tiny pieces. By adding a few drops of rubbing alcohol and using the back of a spoon to apply pressure to the broken pieces it will put it back together good as new. Let it dry then use it as usual.

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