Not only is coconut oil an amazing makeup remover, it’s also a great cleanser! Scoop a little bit onto your fingers and spread onto your face. Wipe off with a cotton pad and you’ll see the makeup come right off!
Use your regular fridge (or a special one) to store eye cream, toners, and astringent. The cooling effect de-puffs eyes and skin.
3. Use Gelatin as a Face Mask or Pore Strips
This is one of those incredibly unique beauty hacks. Gelatin is typically used for baking – but you can create a face mask or pore strips with it too! Use 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin and combine with 1 1/2 to 2 tablespoons milk. Combine until chunky then spread on. Let dry for 15 minutes and then peel off.
Give brown hair a boost with actual coffee. Brew a strong pot, shampoo, then douse your strands with lukewarm java. Leave it on for 10 to 20 minutes before rinsing and adding conditioner. The result: an all-natural color revitalizer.
5. Dryer Sheets Calm Static in Your Hair
We’ve all been there when our hair is sticking to our clothes or everything we walk by. Grab a dryer sheet, rub in the affected areas on your clothing – no more static!
6. Soy milk
Guess what? Soy milk can increase our levels of collagen! Soak a cotton ball in the milk, apply as you would any other type of toner, let it sit for 15 to 30 minute, and rinse with cold water. In a nutshell, soy milk contains genistein, which helps block enzymes that break down and age the skin.
Did you know that soaking your razor in vodka not only cleans it, but keeps it sharper longer? Also, if you mix a little vodka with water and spray on your clothes, it’ll get rid of lingering perfume smells the busy days if you can’t make it to the dry cleaner.
8. An old business card
Use the edge of a business card or a Post-It note to draw a flawless cat-eye using eyeliner.