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For easy “lived in” or “second-day” hair, you can easily mix your own dry shampoo with ingredients easy ways to make money from home from the supermarket and health food store. For light-colored locks, use corn starch, and for darker hair, choose cocoa powder. Then sweeten things up with a few drops of your easy ways to make money from home favorite essential oil. Put it into a spice or salt shaker, shake it on your roots, and brush or finger-scrunch through your locks. 3. And your own leave-in conditioner!

You can create a DIY leave-in conditioner simply by diluting your normal conditioner with water easy ways to make money from home in a spray bottle. Use a maximum of one part conditioner to three parts easy ways to make money from home water; if it seems like it’s weighing down your tresses, add more water. You can use it after you shower to help detangle, or later in the day to fend off frizz. 4. Cover up split ends

Do not want to fork out that sum of money easy ways to make money from home to go to the salon to trim away those split easy ways to make money from home ends?? Use a little of your lotion to conceal it. Make it extra easy on yourself by just using what’s left on your hands after you’ve applied it to your body. Pinch it through just the very ends of your hair easy ways to make money from home to help damaged strands look healthy. 5. Tame flyaways with a toothbrush

Stray hairs making your updo or braid a mess? Spritz a clean toothbrush with hairspray (it doesn’t have to be brand-new, a retired one will totally work!). Then, use the brush to gently catch and comb down flyaway easy ways to make money from home strands. You’ll look polished in no time! And p.S.: if you want exactly the opposite — a textured, messy look — use a toothbrush to gently back brush or tease your easy ways to make money from home locks. It’s way gentler than a comb and will let you easy ways to make money from home add texture to small sections of hair (like the pieces of a finished braid). Eyes 6. Brighten eyes in an instant

Want a sexy, winged-out cat-eye? Instead of trying to use your eyeliner like a calligraphy easy ways to make money from home pen (easier said than done, and let’s face it, it doesn’t sound that easy, to begin with!), create an outline and fill it in. Use a fine-tipped liquid eyeliner to draw a wing up and out easy ways to make money from home from the outer corner of your eye, then start a second line a little further in and easy ways to make money from home connect it to your first one (like a tiny triangle). Next, draw a line starting near the inner corner of your easy ways to make money from home eye that follows the curve of your eyelid and connects easy ways to make money from home to your initial triangle. Now all you need to do is take your liner easy ways to make money from home and fill in the shapes! 8. Create a sexy smoky eye

An eyelash curler’s an absolute must for super-size lashes, but to get the best results, heat it up a little before you use it. When you start doing your makeup, stick your eyelash curler in your bra or (if you’re sitting down) between your thighs. Awkward? A little. Easy? Um, yeah. Another option: if you’re blow-drying your hair, blast your curler for a few seconds (you want it warm, not hot). Then curl away! 10. Nix clumpy mascara

Got mascara clumps? It would be great if you had an eyebrow brush easy ways to make money from home or a clean mascara wand to get rid of them, but let’s be real, not a lot of us keep them around. What are you more likely to have that will also easy ways to make money from home get rid of clumps in a snap? A clean toothbrush. Just use the very tips of the bristles to gently easy ways to make money from home remove excess mascara and break up clumps. Bonus tip: speaking of mascara, always apply it last. It will cover up any powder or shadow that has easy ways to make money from home fallen onto your lashes, which a) hides all that messy stuff but also b) helps your lashes look thicker! Skin 11. Instantly brighten your face

Blush helps you look fresh-faced and healthy, but it’s not a makeup bag staple. Want to give your face a mid-day lift? Dot your brightest (not darkest, brightest) lip color on the apples of your cheeks, then use your fingers to blend up and back. A matte lipstick works best, but anything from lip gloss to lip stain can help easy ways to make money from home give your cheeks a pop of color. 12. Make your own bronzer

Want to brighten up your face or body? You can actually whip up a quick bronzing powder right easy ways to make money from home in your kitchen. Combine 1 tablespoon of cinnamon, 2 teaspoons of cornstarch, 1 teaspoon of nutmeg, and 1 teaspoon of cocoa powder until evenly mixed. Use a large makeup brush to lightly dust the mixture easy ways to make money from home everywhere you want to glow. (bonus: in case you didn’t guess already, yes, this stuff smells great.) want to use it all over? Mix it in with your lotion, then just rub it in. 13. Clear pores with a DIY mask

Here’s an easy way to make your arms and legs easy ways to make money from home look more toned without hitting the gym (though if you’ve been hitting the gym, this will really help you show off your results). Before applying lotion, mix in a little highlighter — liquid is best, but if you use a powder that will work too. The extra gleam catches the light and helps give your easy ways to make money from home muscles an extra definition. 15. Fix self-tanner mix-ups

It’s easy to go too strong with self-tanner, especially on your hands, feet, and elbows. To dial your tan down a notch, mix a cup of water with a half a cup easy ways to make money from home of lemon juice and a tablespoon of baking soda. Use a loofah, sponge, or even an old toothbrush (great for cuticles and knuckles) to gently exfoliate — and lighten up — blotches and dark spots.

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