better than men (Sorry boyf). Number two: We are apparently made of sugar and
spice and everything nice (or maybe chocolate and foundation?) And number
three: from experimenting with our looks, we seem to accumulate a hardback-book
full of useful fashion and beauty tips that would make Jamie Oliver’s cookbooks
look like a ten year olds English project.
share my fashion and beauty tips and tricks that I have learned throughout the
about thirteen years old. The first few attempts resulted in my eyelids getting
burnt, but after ten years of practice I’ve got the hang of it!
hairdryer and curl away. Layer on some mascara and repeat. The results are
luscious. Warning: test the temperature of the curlers on your lips before
curling away to avoid ouchies!
and guess what: it is 100% natural! I first tried making my own rose water
toner after my incredibly sensitive skin reacted to a drug-store aisle’s worth
of toners. Rose water absorbs oil and shrinks pores, all without drying out
your skin to kingdom come.
rose petals (they can be droopy) in a cups worth of water and leave to simmer
for an hour. Strain out the petals and store in the fridge.
See, now you can recycle the now-drooping roses that your other half got you!
Beware of pesticides though, I would stick to organic roses. Luckily, we have
roses growing in our garden.
felt the frustration of getting a big, greasy blob on the centre of our fave
tee. But now getting rid of it is easier than ever! Simply spray hairspray on the
stain, leave for a couple of hours and then wash the garment. Stain gone! Quite
disturbing that we put this grease-absorbing super concoction onto our hair…
little perfume-soaked paper tabs and pop them in your underwear drawer. The
result? Undies that smell better than the inside of a shower gel tube. Note to
your boyfriend: you’re welcome!
will majorly increase your storage space. Meaning you can buy more clothes-
yay! Plus: you can see which shirt is which really easily, which beats flipping
through a trillion folded tees to find that one shirt that will go with your
skirt. Folding is so noughties, girl!
embarrassment of their shorts riding up while they’re walking. I found this tip
after trawling through google, oh, why do my shorts like to roll so high?
Simply sew a strip of felt on the inside of the shorts on the seam that creases
and rides up, this makes them more sturdy and less likely to scrunch up into
surface over time. Before you throw out that dress, why not try shaving it?
Simply lightly run a razor along the surface of the fabric to eliminate those
pesky little bobbles.