Here’s a common problem that manicure and nail-art enthusiasts face all the time: yellowing nails.
Constantly applying nail polish is the common cause of yellowing nails, especially dark color polish. If a shade left your tips tainted and discolored, here’s a super quick and easy fix for you.
Combine three to four table spoons of hydrogen peroxide and one-half cup of water and mix them well. Soak your nails in the solution for two minutes. Using a soft toothbrush, gently scrub your nails and then rinse them with water. Repeat two to three times a week as needed.
Don’t have hydrogen peroxide on hand? Use a whitening toothpaste that’s formulated with the ingredient instead. Apply a small coat to your nails and leave it on for 10 minutes. After some mild scrubbing, wash the toothpaste off and follow up with a soothing cuticle oil.
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Its is said that you can reuse false eyelashes 5-10 times, but how do you reuse them with all that yucky glue and makeup buildup? Here let us introduce a simple method of cleaning false eyelashes. It can get 10-15 uses out of the lashes before the little hairs start to get all wonky.
Let’s get started!
– Small bowl or cup. The smaller the better!
– Oil based eye makeup remover (or olive oil)
– Tissue(if needed)
Once you remove your false eyelashes drop them in your bowl of choice.
Pour just enough makeup remover over the eyelashes so they’re completely covered. Let them sit for about an hour or so. You can leave them soak overnight, no more than 12 hours.
After they’ve been soaking for a while, use your tweezers and gently swish them around in the oil. This will help loosen up any left over makeup such as glitter, eyeliner or mascara.
Bundle up a bit of tissue and, with your tweezers, place the eyelashes on top to help soak up some of the oil. Using the tweezers, gently pick off the remaining glue.
Place the eyelashes onto a new bundle of tissue to absorb any of the remaining oil.
Place one or two sheets of tissue on top of the lashes. Let this sit for an hour or so. Feel free to pick off any remaining glue before the next step.
Now the eyelashes are ready to be reuse. Store them in the original container or a dry place.
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