14 Surprising DIY Beauty Hacks!

Have you ever thought how much money we all spend on beauty products? have you thought about or prayed for ways to save some money on those products, that almost all of us have purchased at least once (usually almost every month) in our lifetime?

Well, that’s where this post comes to play! below are 14 surprising DIY beauty hacks that you need to try.

I hope that they’ll help you save some money, or even just to have fun and make some DIY beauty products for yourself πŸ™‚

Get Rid Of Black Heads With Eggs

An easy method for fighting blackheads is using an egg white mask.

Simply apply a layer of egg whites to your face, after that apply a layer of tissues. Then, apply one final layer of the egg whites on top.

You can easily peel the mask away when everything is dry.

This mask can be used to tighten pores and by that preventing blackheads.

Cinnamon Lip Plumper

Cinnamon is a great lip plumper because, it contains cassia oil, which has many benefits.

It is a calming agent and does not harm your skin when used topically. However, it irritates your mucus membrane when applied to the lips. As a result, the blood circulation to your lips increases, giving you that coveted bee-stung pout.

After applying the cinnamon lip plumper, you will experience mild irritation on your lips, that’s normal. If you don’t feel any irritation at all, then you need to add more cinnamon to the mixture.

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Teeth Whitener

Diluted apple cider vinegar improves toothpaste’s abilities of tooth whitening and stain removal.

Just delete it with a ratio of three parts water to one part apple cider vinegar, then mix it with an all-natural toothpaste and brush as usual.

For more DIY hacks on how to whiten your teeth naturally for fast results – check out my post that’s all about tooth whitening.

DIY Toner

Great toner for normal skin types:


Ingredients:


1 cup of green tea
1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar

*Brew two tea bags in boiling water, when cool remove the tea bags and combine with the apple cider vinegar.

Translucent Powder

I’ve always struggled to find the perfect translucent powder that can put my concealer at place all day lone, that won’t look cakey or give a flashback when taking pictures.

Then, I found my lifesaver – BABY POWDER!

Yes, you’ve read right! just put your concealer on, and above it put the baby powder with a sponge (enough for it to cover the wanted place and for it to show), then after a couple seconds take the powder off with a dry brush and enjoy :).

Makeup Primer

Ingredients:

aloe vera gel, moisturizer, a container to hold it in and something to mix it all together.

If you’ve got acne prone or oily skin, a
drop of witch hazel will also help soothe the redness and has anti-inflammatory properties.

How To Use:

Add a dollop of the aloe vera gel, then add the moisturizer and a drop of witch hazel, then mix it all together.

Voila! you’ve got yourself some primer.

Just remember that it’s important to let the primer dry on your skin before applying your foundation.

Dry Heels, Begone!

Honey may work as a natural remedy for cracked heels, as it has antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.
Also, it can also moisturize the skin, you can use honey as a foot scrub after a soak, or apply it as a foot mask overnight.

If you don’t like the feeling of honey, try to use coconut oil instead.

Nail Hardener

Ingredients:

Organic olive oil
Small heat safe bowl products, that almost all of us have purchased at least Cotton swabs&Water

Organic olive oil
Small heat safe bowl

How To Use:

Microwave a small amount of olive oil.

When the olive oil has cooled down, pour it into a small bowl. take a cotton swab and coat the entire nail bed and underside of the nail and let it soak in for 5 to 10 minutes.

Rinse and dry your nails.

Repeat once a day for two weeks.

Note: apply the oil when your nails are clean from nail polish

Cuticle Oil

This recipe fills 2 roller bottles

Ingredients:

3 Teaspoon olive oil
1/2 Teaspoon avocado oil
1 Teaspoon jojoba oil
12 drops lavender essential oil
12 drops rosemary essential oil
12 drops lemon essential oil

Blend ingredients together and pour into the containers.

Honestly, it just can’t be easier.

Tea Face Wash

Add 1-2 tablespoons of loose leaf tea into a cup, cover the tea with the water and let it steep for 10 minutes.

Brewing the tea for 10 minutes appears to be a sweet zone for extracting antioxidants.
Let the tea cool to a comfortable and safe temperature, and then you can use it as a simple face wash.

Body Lotion

Make smooth, luxurious lotion at home with almond oil, coconut oil, beeswax, and optional essential oils.

Ingredients:


1/2 cup almond oil (or jojoba oil, or any other liquid oil)
1/4 cup coconut oil
1/4 cup beeswax
1 tsp vitamin E oil (optional)
2 TBSP shea butter (or cocoa butter, optional)
essential oils (optional)
vanilla extract (optional)


How To Use:


Combine the almond oil, coconut oil, beeswax, and shea (or cocoa butter) in a double boiler or a glass bowl on top of a simmering pan of water.
Stir lightly as the ingredients melt.

When all the ingredients are completely melted, add the vitamin E oil (if using) and any essential oils or scents.
Pour into a glass jar or tin for storage.

Note: This will not pump well in a lotion pump!
Use as you would regular lotion. This lotion is super-moisturizing and much more oily than water-based lotions so you won’t need to use as much. It also has
a longer shelf life than some homemade lotion recipes since all ingredients are already shelf stable and no water is added. Use within 6 months for the best moisturizing benefits. πŸ˜‰

Conclusion

Of course there are an endless amount of beats DIY hacks, so if you’d like me to write another post on that topic please let me know! I promise I have a lot of those beauty hacks in my sleeve ;).

Love Ya,

Anna Rouge.

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