Hmm, when you said pale I automatically thought red lipstick with yellow or orange undertones (stay away from cool toned red lipstick). But if you want something more natural I would go with a pinky-peach or coral colour. In general I would just stay away from cool tones when it comes to lipstick (blue/purple undertones) and go for something warmer (orange/brown undertones).
Warm up a bottle of lotion in hot water for 5 minutes before applying it. It will help your skin absorb the lotion better.
Huggies Sensitive is where it’s at haha. Don’t get the Pampers kind though they aren’t nearly as good, not sure about other brands.
Before switching to baby wipes, I was constantly on the hunt for affordable and effective per-moistened makeup wipes. I found that many name brand wipes tended to be expensive (around $8-$9 for a pack of 28), and just not worth it in my opinion. Or if they were affordable, they irritated my eyes and/or just weren’t effective at removing all my makeup.
This was until it hit me to try out baby wipes instead, and I haven’t gone back since!
For one it’s much cheaper. A pack of 60 cost me around $5. They are generally bigger in size than regular make up wipes, they remove all my makeup and they are well moistened, unlike some of the makeup ones I’ve tried, (although they may dry up if not stored properly that’s whyI suggest storing them upside down).
Another big plus is that you don’t have to worry about allergic reactions or irritation to your eyes when you use them as they are formulated for babies (although I buy the sensitive kind just to be on the safe side.)
Before applying fake tan to your face, run an ice cube over your skin to tighten pores. This is beneficial because it prevent any excess tanner from seeping into pores, which will makes the tan look less natural.
Sick of chapped, flaky lips? Follow these steps:
Take a sugar cube and dip it lightly in water. Rub it all over your lips in a circular motion to exfoliate and lose the dead skin. Get rid of excess crystals and moisurise with the chapstick of your choice
You can use a hair dryer to heat your eyelash curler. The warmth of the eyelash curler will help curl your lashes more efficiently and allows the curl to last longer.
If you run out of shaving cream or gel, grab your hair conditioner or a thick body wash instead. They work great as a lubricant for shaving and will leave your legs conditioned and smelling great.
Sure, I don’t think length matters. I like the Sephora one it’s 16 dollars but you can definitely find cheaper ones on ebay