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16 Tricks That Are Simply A Girl’s Best Friend

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When you’re just starting to get into makeup and beauty products, it can be hard trying to teach yourself all of the latest beauty trends. Back in the day, making sure we bought the right shade of foundation was our only concern. But now we have to worry about things like:

  • Contouring
  • How to wear a scarf in several different ways
  • The troubles and trials of winged liner

Keeping up with the latest trends can be a little overwhelming but fortunately we can help you out.

If you struggle with winged eyeliner or anything beauty related, this gallery is perfect for you! Here, you will learn 16 interesting tips and tricks that will definitely make your life a little bit easier. 

When you have too much makeup on your counter it can be hard to find the perfect shade for your daily look. A makeup organizer is exactly what you need. But rather than get a generic makeup holder that sits on your desk, try using a magnetic one! This will free up a lot of space on your desk.

Contouring has been around for a while now but it was Kim Kardashian who really made it popular. This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to really accentuate your cheekbones. 

Don’t you hate it when your boots flop over and get dirty from the others in the shoe farm? If you want to keep them standing up, you can cut up some pool noodles and just insert them into your boots!

Scarves are perfect for a cold winter day but it seems like there’s really only one way to wear them. In reality, there are tons of different ways to wear the accessory. Change up your look by tying a scarf in a new way every day of the week.


It takes a steady hand and a bit of patience to perfect winged eyeliner. But with this handy step-by-step picture guide, you will never mess up your cat eye ever again! Finish the look with mascara and you will be able to take over the world.

Want to add a bit of femininity to your old pair of jeans? Attach a piece of lace to the bottom of your pant legs for a dainty touch. Use a sewing machine for a clean finish, but if you don’t have one then you can always opt for hand sewing.

 For those that suffer from stinky feet, no amount of perfume and deodorant can mask the smell that comes from your shoes. Place baggies of baking soda in your shoes overnight to get rid of the stink.

The people in the movies make lipstick application look so easy. For the perfect pout, you might want to follow this seven step process. 


Tired of your color fading away throughout the day? Applying a little bit of powder to your lips can really help make your lipstick last all day long. 

Sore muscles? You can create your own DIY heating pack with socks and rice. Fill your sock up with a bunch of rice and sew up the opening, double-stitching will ensure that rice doesn’t fall out. Nuke it in the microwave and voila! You got yourself a heat pack.

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 Makeup typically lasts for quite a while but they do have expiration dates. This chart gives you the usual time they expire but, for a more accurate estimate, you might want to check the bottom of your products.

If you accidentally get a bit of deodorant on your clothes then just grab yourself a dryer sheet and clean swipe at the stain a few times to remove it. 


Sunglasses can be a on the pricier side which is why it’s important that you keep them in tip top condition. If you ever happen to get a scratch on them, then you can use one of these three methods to get rid of the scratch.

Candles are a great way to make your house smell great but some of them can look pretty plain. If you want your candles to match your eccentric personality then add a bit of glitter to the base for a unique look. 

 Bobby pins not staying in place? Spritz a bit of hairspray on them to ensure that they will stay put in your fancy up-do. 

After your winter coat has been collecting dust all summer long, you may notice that a ton of lint has found a new home on your jacket. Use a pumice brush to shave away the unwanted pieces of fluff.

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