Top 10 Crazy Summer Beauty Hacks That Actually Work [PHOTOS]
Beach days are amazing until you get ready to leave, and it wants to come home with you. Just sprinkle baby powder over your sandy skin and the sand will wipe right off, because the powder soaks up the excess oil from skin (sweat and salt walter.)
Instead of prematurely aging your skin by baking it in the sun, and increasing your odds of skin cancer, apply self-tanner to get the sunkissed tan you crave. One quick way to repair streaks or orange spots, is a mix of baking soda and water. The paste will help you even out the discoloration.
Sweating while your styling your hair is never good. You don't get the desired results. One way to prevent sweat is deodorant. Use a powder deodorant on the back of your neck about ten minutes before drying your hair to help keep from perspiring.
You'll get the best results in the summer if you apply dry shampoo at night instead of in the morning. It allows the product extra time to absorb the excell oil in your locks.
Though we try to prevent them, the truth is sunburns happen. When treating the burn, everyone knows aloe vera is great, but chilled aloe vera is even better. Grab an ice cube tray, fill it up with the gel, and store it in the freezer for extra cool relief all summer long.
Need to get rid of sweat stains? Add lemon juice instead of spot remover before tossing them in the washer to get the same effect.
Are you getting the dreaded bubbles in your polish during your at home manicure? Start storing the polish in your fridge, or just stick it in there about an hour before you start. The cool temps will help keep the application smooth.
Dull razors are the worst. They cause nicks which can cause all sorts of problems, not to mention they look awful... Keep your more effective longer by coating the blades in olive oil between use to prevent rust.
Everyone has experienced the dreaded bikini line rash at some point. They are ugly and painful, but one way to soothe the pain is with chamomile tea bags. Steep the bags first, then let them cool for 15-20 min in the freezer. Next lay them along your bikini line to let the calming herbs work their magic.
Sick of spraying bug repellent every ten minutes when your outside? Try rubbing yourself down with dryer sheets, and sticking on or two in your back pocket.