12 Beauty Secrets

12 Beauty Secrets With Three Ingredients Or Less

1. Baking Soda + Essential Oils = DIY Bathsoak

Half a cup of baking soda and a few drops of your favorite scent go a long way. Goodbye, stress of the day.

2. Egg White + Yogurt = Nourishing Conditioner


For the softest hair you’ve ever had. Make sure to rinse it out completely with warm water.

3. Eye Shadow + Clear Topcoat = Custom Nail Polish

Eye Shadow + Clear Topcoat = Custom Nail Polish

A great way to repurpose cheap, expired, or I’m-never-going-to-wear-that-color-on-my-eyes shadow. Perfect for that one color (and there’s always one) in every eye shadow pallette that is never going to get used.

4. A Charcoal Capsule + Aloe Vera Gel = Eyeliner

You can swap aloe vera for water to create a more liquid eyeliner. Just make sure to use activated charcoal, not I’m-going-camping charcoal. Apply normally with an eyeliner brush!

5. Unscented Lip Gloss + Cinnamon Oil = Lip Plumper


For va-va-voom lips. A few drops of oil into a standard gloss tube should do it. 

6. Water + Baking Soda = No-Burn Body Scrub

Water + Baking Soda = No-Burn Body Scrub

Gets your legs ultra smooth after a long, dry winter. Mix the baking soda into water until it’s a thick paste.

7. A Beet + Honey + Olive Oil = All-Natural Cheek Stain


If you can get over putting beet on your face, the color and scent are beyond worth it.

8. Lemon Juice + Witch Hazel + Water = Facial Toner


Double bonus points? Lemon helps wake up your skin in the morning.

9. Shampoo + Baking Soda = Clarifying Shampoo

Clarifying = shinifying. Great for helping your favorite shampoo remove product buildup, so you don’t need to buy yet another product.

10. Milk + Gelatin = Pore Strips


It seems like witchcraft, but they’re just as good as the store-bought strips.

11. Gum Arabic + Water = Makeup Setting Spray

Because you want all your hard work to last! Also useful for DIY glitter eyeliner indifferent ratios.

12. Chapstick + Corn Starch + Liquid Foundation = Eyelid Primer

A cheap primer is a great way to make expensive eyeshadow last much longer.
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