Beauty problems are…problems. We all have beauty problems every now and then that pop up in different areas of our bodies. By now, you know we’re always looking for the best solutions to help you with your beauty problems and struggles. That being said, we thought we would break down a few of the common hair to toe beauty problems, and help give you some solutions so you’re prepared moving forward. Yep, we’re talking hair to toe beauty problems solved…
Whatever length or style you get for your bangs hair style, there are times where your bangs may just not be working with you. Perhaps you cut your bangs yourself, or got a less than amazing bang trim, whatever the reason no need to get into panic mode – there are solutions! Some experts suggest simply styling your hair with a bobby pin by bringing your bangs into a braid or twisting it back to completely avoid the look of the bangs. If your bangs turned out to be a bit too short, another option is to add a hair styling cream to your bangs, it’s said to add weight to the hair and have them appearing longer than they were before. Just be sure you don’t add TOO much product.
Skin Irritation After Getting a Wax
No matter what area of your body you get waxed, if you’re a regular waxer, you’ve likely experienced a time where your skin became irritated after the waxing treatment. Our skin can become inflamed and irritated after being waxed, what many experts suggest is applying a soothing product to the skin shortly after you’ve had your waxing treatment done. Something like a calming cream, or even aloe vera can help reduce redness and help your skin to reduce inflammation so you’re not feeling uncomfortable for long after your wax.
Whether its your finger nails or toe nails, smudged nails are a struggle we’ve all faced and it never gets any less frustrating. Experts suggest that the earlier you can get to your smudged nail, the better. In fact, some experts suggest that all you need to do is get a finger on your other hand a bit wet (you can even just lick your finger a tad) and begin to gently move the polish upwards towards the tip of your nail to help even out the smudge.
Self Tanning Streak
So many women have had less than amazing self tanning experiences, ending up with streaks and color that’s not even all over their skin. If you find yourself with some streaky looking tan color, we’ve got you covered. Experts suggest all you need to do is use lemon juice or baby shampoo on a cotton ball/pad and gently rub it over the streaks on your skin. It’s said to help even out the color and get rid of any harsh streaks you may have.