Something gone wrong? Run out of your usual product? Then check out these 10 home beauty hacks which will help you get ready with things you will find from around your home?
We all know it's great for baby's bums and making sure you don't sweat to much, but did you know it's also great for measuring if those shoes really are too small as well as working just like a dry shampoo if you need to quickly give your hair a pick me up (just remember to comb it out well as you don't want to be left looking a little grey).
If your skin is feeling a bit worse for wear (and perhaps looking it to), honey can help calm and soothe the skin.
Perhaps most commonly known of the list is using cucumber for your eyes, as it can help revitalize the skin and is often used for dark circles as it has a mild lightening effect on the skin (no wonder it is so often used in cosmetics).
Clear nail polish can be used for so many things – if you are getting a reaction to the back of your watch or button of your trousers, give it a quick coat and you should be fine. A quick dab on lose threads help hold them in place, just as you might use it on a run in your tights. While coating the base of any metal containers left near your bath can stop those unsightly rust stains.
Got a hard to iron bit on your clothes, collar quickly need sorting or between the buttons being a right pain when it comes to trying to run the iron over them? Well grab your straighteners and quickly iron out those creases.
Suffer badly with blisters? But really want to wear your new shoes? Give your blister prone areas a quick going over with Vaseline before putting your new shoes on. It is also great for helping your perfume last longer, or added to a little cinnamon as a lip plumper.
Suffering with dry itchy skin, or been bitten by bugs? Adding some oats to your bath can help calm and soothe the skin.
Run out of shaving foam and really need to shave? Then try some hair conditioner it really works well.
Let your nails till the last minute and they just aren't drying? Try spritzing them with some cooking oil spray – plunging them into ice cold water or using a hair dryer can also help.
Been a long night? Puffy eyes giving it away? Then try popping a slice of raw potato on them and *touch wood* you should see them looking a lot better.
Hair not doing what you want it to? No hairspray to be found? Then dryer sheets can help tame the frizz and leave your hair smelling quite nice.
So there you have my 10 home beauty hacks that I often find myself falling back on! But how about you?
What's your favourite product hack, have I missed one of your favourites out of my 10 home beauty hacks list?
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