On clothes and fabric, lipstick stains can be hard to remove. But WD-40 makes it easier.
Some active ingredients in skin products require that it be kept cool. If you don’t have access to a fridge (e.g. if you’re travelling), a thermos or vacuum flask can do the job.
When make-up sponges and brushes are clean, make-up will not only look better and be easier to apply, but you’ll also get fewer breakouts since bacteria won’t fester in them.
Dab some toner over your fingernails before applying nail polish. This removes all traces of oil and helps the nail polish stay on longer. If you don’t have toner, lemon juice works too.
If your eye pencils harden and dry over time, dab a little lotion around the tip, then take off the excess. Your eye pencil will work as if it’s brand new again. Moisturizer, cream or baby oil works too.
Have you ever noticed how your make-up looked good at home, but less so once you leave the house? This is because the lighting we have at home will affect how make-up looks and how we apply it. The best lighting is natural sunlight.