Top 6 Beauty Tips

#1: Make your own black eyeliner by mixing charcoal and coconut oil.

Procedure:

• Take one to three capsules of charcoal,
• Pour the powder into a small bowl or empty eyeshadow container,
• Then adding in half a teaspoon of coconut oil.
• Mix the contents together, and voilà!
• The result is a long-lasting pot of gel liner that will also nourish your skin.

#2: Give your skin a dewy glow by adding a few drops of face oil into your foundation.

Mixing just a few drops of face oil into your foundation will not only hydrate your skin, but also give you a smoother application.

#3: Stimulate hair growth with castor oil.

Jamaican black castor oil works wonders for scalp and hair-growth issues. Simply massage it into your head and run it through your hair. The oil will work its magic moisturizing, thickening, and stimulating hair growth. You can even use it on your brows and lashes!

#4: Apply a powder before liquid foundation for flawless coverage that lasts all day. We know this goes against everything we've been taught about makeup application, but this trick may be a savior for those with oily skin. Start with a good amount of moisturizer, set it with a powder, and finish by adding liquid foundation on top. This will give your skin a fully hydrated feel, but with a matte finish. For most, this application method should nix the need for powder as a final step, leaving you with a budge-proof base that will last all day.

#5: A bit of vaseline (or eye gloss) and a cotton swab are the secret to a lived-in smoky eye.

We know going to bed with makeup on is a huge no-no. But, if it happens sometimes, we don't hate when we wake up the next morning with that sexy, lived-in(uh, slept-in) look. We'd never recommend ditching your nightly cleansing routine, so this little tip will teach you how to achieve the same effect without wreaking havoc on our skin. You can use a bit of eye-gloss on a cotton swab to smudge your black eyeliner and give it a more "rock-'n'-roll" aesthetic.

#6: How to create full eyebrows when you hardly have any to begin with. If you suffer from sparse brows (ahem), you know that filling them in with product can be challenging, to say the least. The trick is to draw on product in teeny-tiny strokes to mimic the look of natural hairs. If you stick to this method, your brows won't look drawn-on or fake.

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