15 Simple Fashion Tips And Solutions That Will Fix Your Everyday Problems

From head to toe for every girls the most important thing is clothing and sure fashion. But when it comes to fashion there are always small problem that make a huge mess in your every day schedule and we always try to figure them our. The type of this problems can be from organizing our clothes to make up and we need the solution immediately for this. We have searched for you dear girls and we found on the web the tips that you need it right now and that you must know. Learning and implementing this tips you wil safe time and you will be fixed with the everyday mess that comes from the small problems. Check them below and enjoy!



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How to Apply Eyeliner

That said, there are still some very general but important rules you need to know about how to apply eyeliner from a technical standpoint. You will first need to decide whether you want to use a pencil liner or a liquid liner. Both have their pros and cons.

Pencil Eyeliner

The main benefit of a pencil eyeliner is that it’s easy to control. But the downside is, it can lack smoothness. Therefore, when choosing a pencil eyeliner, try to go for a brand that’s creamy and glides on as smoothly as possible. Unfortunately, those are usually the more expensive brands, but as they say, “beauty ain’t cheap.”

Start by placing the tip of the pencil about a quarter inch in on the upper lid, just above the lashes. Then use short, quick strokes to form a line that goes from the starting point out to the edge of your eyelid. If you prefer, you can also extend the liner about one-sixth of an inch past where your eyelid ends, for a little bit of a “winged” look.

For your lower lid, or what is often called the “waterline,” it’s essential for the safety of your eye to use a pencil eyeliner. The waterline is the little “ledge” that holds your lower eyelashes.

This part is a bit trickier, because you’re getting a lot closer to the eye. First, use your index finger to smooth out the waterline by pulling the skin next to it outward. Again, use short, quick movements to apply the eyeliner. Start near the center of the eye and work outwards. You can also, if you choose, go back to the center and work toward the tear duct if you prefer a full line. Just be extremely careful not to get too close to your eye. Now just repeat the process on the other eye, and you’re ready for a night on the town.

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For Women Only: Best Choices for Hair Removal

When hair removal is part of your regular beauty routine, you might use several methods on different parts of your face and body. You might even be thinking about permanent removal methods so you have fewer things to do in the morning. You have many choices, so you can try different ways to make your skin smooth.


How it works: You pull out individual hairs by the root with tweezers.

Best for: Small areas of the face

How long it lasts: 3-8 weeks

Tips: Clean tweezers with rubbing alcohol before and after each use to lower your chance of infection.

Possible side effects: If the hair breaks off, it could grow back under the skin, causing an ingrown hair.


How it works: Using a razor or electric shaver, you cut the hair very close to the skin. “There’s a popular myth that shaving causes hair to grow back coarser,” says dermatologist David Pariser, MD. “But that’s not true. An unshaved hair has a tip that is tapered and soft. When you shave it, you shave off the soft tip, so it feels coarser.”

Tips: If you use disposable razors or blades, wet your skin and use soap or shaving cream. Shave in the direction the hair grows. Replace your razor often — you can cut yourself with a dull one.

Best for: It works anywhere.

How long it lasts: 1-3 days

Possible side effects: Ingrown hairs, especially in the bikini area

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22 Ways to Go Green and Save Money

Many people think living an eco-friendly lifestyle means having to spend more, but organic produce, hybrid cars, and energy-efficient light bulbs are just one part of the equation.

There are many simple changes you can make that will help protect the planet and can save you money too. Here are 22 “little acts of green” you can put into action to keep more green in your wallet.

  1. Switch to e-bills. Many companies charge a fee to have paper bills mailed to you. Really, how many of us reference the hard copy anyway? While you’re at it, pay your bills online too.
  2. Save gift bags and reuse them rather than buying new gift wrap.
  3. Shop at the bulk store. Not just a place for Swedish Berries and root beer gummies, bulk stores offer a wide range of spices, baking ingredients, and rice for less and without the excessive packaging.
  4. Bring reusable bags with you whenever you shop.

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