What’s one beauty splurge you regret making? Share!
NARS’ Debbie Harry palette… really wish I hadn’t bothered. It was just bad all around, and I should have known better (based on how I felt with the rest of the collection).
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What’s the Best Cream Eyeshadow for Oily Eyelids that you’ve tried?
Share your pick! And don’t forget to share why
What are your best money-saving tips for a beauty beginner? Share!
August through December tends to be the best time to purchase high-end beauty products, because you have Sephora and Beauty.com’s F&F sales, but a ton of brands also do their own – and sometimes when the brands do them they can be higher than 20%. Holidays also mean a lot of sets, palettes, and kits, which can mean value. On a big picture note, focus on quality over quantity; it’s about buying products you love and want to use all the time, whether that’s $1 or $10 product. Research and buy different colors/types of products at the drugstore to see what you like and dislike before spending a lot on something you’re not sure about!
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- Your skin tone/coloring:
- One product you’d recommend for someone with your eye color?
- One product you’d recommend for someone with your skin color?
- One product you’d recommend for someone with your undertone?
Have you ever had a beauty product stain something? Were you able to get the stain out? Tips and tricks?
I always google and try the tips I see, but they don’t seem to work well (most of the time). The area where I take photos is destroyed! All right, not totally destroyed, but there are splotches in various places, LOL!
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Makeup & Beauty Tips on How to Grow Your Nails Out
Share your best tips and tricks for growing out your nails! Feel free to share your experiences, how you mastered techniques, or what you struggle with.
- In the past, Sally Hansen’s Hard as Nails worked well for me, but this was 10+ years ago. I haven’t had issues growing nails out in at least that long, so I don’t have any great tips
- Regularly use hand lotion/cream to keep your hands, cuticles, etc. hydrated.
- If you bite on your nails, try lightly brushing on
acetone/polish remover, lemon, or something spicy a bitter nail treatment (thanks to reader AS1929 for sharing these!) over the edges to deter yourself from biting on them. This is a short-term solution that I’ve done (with polish remover) to help break the habit and make you very conscious of what you’re doing.
Thanks to Sue for today’s topic!