34. Replace eye makeup frequently. An enlightened woman of the 21st century would not be complete without her drawer full of makeup
magic. Unfortunately, you are just as apt to have the same tube of mascara that you used the night of your high school prom! If this describes you,
throw it away. Using the same mascara over and over again leaves you wide open for possible infection. Bacteria is alive and well and flourishing on your trusty little mascara wand. Pitch it out before it gives you trouble. Mascara should be replaced at least every 6 weeks
35. Use special eye moisturizer to keep tissue around the eyes soft and pliable. The skin around the eyes is very thin and easily damaged.
36. If you prefer not to use an eyelash curler, shop for mascara that is specially formulated to self curl
37. To obtain a smoky, sultry look, use a eyeliner pencil and liquid. Apply the penci first and gently smudge. Then apply the liner. Be
careful, a little goes a long way. You’ll love the look!
38. Powder your lashes before applying mascara. It will create a better bond for the mascara to cling to.
39. For “puffy” eyes, soak two teabags in cold water then apply to each eyelid.
40. User a hemorrhoid cream to shrink puffy eye tissue. It will reduce the swelling almost immediately.
41. Slices of raw potato placed under each eye will reduce the dark circles
42. Define and tame contrary eyebrows by using a toothbrush lightly sprayed with air spray. Gently brush into the eyebrow and ‘voila they’ll stay right where you brush them
Did you know. . .that many ancient beauty treatments are still in use today? An example is the East Indian art of painting the hands and feet with Henna. It is known in India as Mendhi and is an ancient Indian art form which has been performed for generations not only in India, but the Middle East, Pakistan and in Africa as well. Women in India traditionally painted henna on their hands and feet, insides of their arms and up their shins most often for a wedding, or other special occasion. The intricate patterns on the hands are particularly beautiful. Nothing will give away your age quicker than the condition of your hands.
Let’s take a look at some tips to try and hold off the ravages of time