If you weren’t blessed with thick and strong hair, we have a small hack that you will most likely adopt. Find an eyeshadow color that matched the color of your hair and dust your hairline with it. The hair will look thicker and fuller.
So next time you have a hot date and want to look your absolute best, just dust away. Until then, think of an answer to give your date when they ask why they can’t stroke your hair.
Lint Balls of Frustration
It doesn't matter how much you invest in your winter sweaters; sooner or later, they start growing lint balls (unless it's a Dior or Chanell, and then you have a lifetime guaranty that nothing will ever happen to your 2500$ sweater).
This small and annoying fabric ball issue has a solution. Gently go over the balls with a razor, and your coat is as good as new. We don't need Dios or Channel. High street brands are good enough for us.
People have stopped producing business cards as all contact information is on our phones and computers. Here is a reason why some old things shouldn't be thrown away just yet.
If you're new to applying mascara, or if even after 30 years of using it, you still make a mess around your eyes, this brilliant hack is for you. Whenever you're about to put some mascara on, place a business card underneath your lashes, and your eyes and face will stay clean.
Tea is the oldest beverage in history. Once a ceremonious drink in ancient China, today it has hundreds of tea types with different flavors and properties. And besides it being a cultural symbol, it is also part of our incredible hack list.
Bad night? Puffy eyes? Feel like you need an energy boost? Tak two used teabags, let them cool down a little and place them on your eyes for a few minutes. The warmth will help with blood circulation, and the tea's antioxidants will nourish the skin around your eyes. It will do wonders.
Bobby Pin Blues
Bobby pins never stay in place. Even the curliest hair won't keep them where they belong for long. The solution for keeping these slippy little pins in place is easier than you think.
Before putting them in your hair, place them on a paper towel and spray with hair spray. They will become a bit sticky but will for sure stay in place.