The white stuff is rich in protein and fat, both of which calm irritated skin. Add two to four cups of whole milk to a warm bath and dip in.
Ditch the highlight descriptors (baby blond versus honey blond) and talk to your colourist with the help of pictures. Bring magazine photos of the shade you’re after.
The most important eyebrow hairs start at the inside corner of the eye, so avoid over-tweezing. Dramatic brows are elongated from the inside to the outside corners of the eye.
Alcohol-based toner strips away bad oils like sebum along with essential fatty acids that form a barrier against germs and irritants. Look for alcohol-free toner and use blotting papers to absorb any midday shine.
Honey, especially the dark kind, is high in disease-fighting antioxidants. Add it to your morning yogurt or tea for a health—and taste—kick.
Avoid showering or applying moisturizer for several hours after a wax treatment. Waxing opens up the hair follicles, so it's best to allow them to close first to prevent ingrown hairs.
Maybe you shouldn’t have ordered spaghetti while wearing a white blouse. Try this: wet a cleaning wipe for quick spot cleaning. It won’t set the stain and you’ll see immediate results.
If you wake up with swollen eyelids, avoid pale eye shadow, which will only highlight them. Instead, stroke on eye colour that’s at least one shade darker than your normal skin.
If you’ve accidentally burned yourself curling or straightening your hair (hello, morning rush!), treat with cold water, then break open a capsule of vitamin E and dab on top.
Speed up your morning routine with three beauty boosters: a lash-enhancing product, monthly lash tints and an eyelash curler. A lash tint eliminates the need for mascara, leaving your curler free of gunk.
Most eyebrows grow in one of two shapes: an up-and-down arch or a gentle arc. For the most organic, natural-looking brows, follow—don’t fight—your own shape.