You can remove cracked or chipped nail polish by applying a clear top coat to the nail and removing it promptly with a cotton ball.
Don’t douse yourself with perfume before you leave the house (you don’t want to bombard other people’s nostril with strong smells)
n order to remove product build-up from locks, use a clarifying shampoo once a week. This will also help prevent dandruff and other annoying hair/scalp conditions.
Do not allow your nails to be caught somewhere in the middle (there is nothing worse than nails donning chipped red nail polish)
Using mascara if you have dark hair. For blondes or redheads try dusting your roots with bronzing powder.
Before you tweeze, make sure you soften your skin by dabbing a cotton ball soaked in warm water or cream. When you start tweezing, do so in the direction of your hair’s growth.
When choosing a foundation, test a product on the skin near your jawline. And be sure to do it in natural light. This will ensure the foundation tone you choose for your face isn’t too different from the natural shade of your neck