If you're new to (or bad at) applying makeup, start with your lipstick. The color and brightness will be a good gauge as to how much you should make up your eyes and cheeks. Remember, never draw attention to more than one part of your face at a time!
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When using an eyelash curler, use a blow dryer to heat it up first. This will make it work much better and give you even curlier lashes!
Want to get combs and hairbrushes clean? Soak them in ammonia for a minute or two -- it works a lot like the cleaner hairdressers use for their tools. Make sure to wash them off afterwards.
One you're done applying eyeliner, brush a little powder shadow in a matching shade over the liner.
To make makeup last all day, spray mineral water on your face once you're finished with it. Don't try to dry it off; it will dry on its own, and keep your makeup from fading.
If you believe you have a "problem area" in your figure, use bright colors to draw attention elsewhere. For example, women with wide hips might benefit from a brightly-colored top.