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Electric Slide2 of 14
By Zoe Schaeffer
Next time you’re struck by unwanted flyaways, look no further than the laundry room, says New York makeup artist Alexa Rudolfo. “Passing dryer sheets through static electricity will calm hair in a heartbeat.”
What A Scrub3 of 14
If you want to get skin glowing without logging in time at the derm, celebrity makeup artist Troy Surratt suggests adding a tablespoon of baking soda to a bit of water for a really pure paste. “Its consistency mimics that of microdermabrasion, which instantly brightens the face.”
Kitchen Confidential4 of 14
Your dream moisturizer just might be in your pantry, of all places. Alexa says that coconut oil (yes, the kind used for cooking!) is packed with natural free-radical fighting antioxidants. Just rub it between palms, wait for it to melt and massage away.
Feeling Pouty5 of 14
For a subtle but sexy pout, try this trick from Alexa: Add a dab of black shadow to the center of the bottom lip and press. You’ll create a unique, sophisticated look that can’t be achieved with all-over color.
Blue Clue6 of 14
We've never been into being matchy-matchy and makeup is no exception. To make eyes look bigger, coat bottom lashes in blue mascara but stick with your regular black for the top, says makeup artist and creator of Mally Beauty, Mally Roncal. The color contrast makes eyes pop.
Curl & Go7 of 14
An eyelash curler is the quickest way to open up eyes, but for those who think the contraption looks too medieval, here’s another option. Grab a great curling mascara and point a blow dryer (on the cool setting) upward while lashes are still wet.
Pop Eye8 of 14
Mally says she’s tested this fool-proof trick on many a sleepless celeb: Add a bone-colored eyeliner — white is too stark — to the inner corners of eyes for instant brightness.
Lip Service9 of 14
For a natural-looking pink pout, dip a washcloth in brown sugar and rub in a circular motion on lips, says Mally. The gentle exfoliation will give a rosy tint while softening skin, making lips look kissable in a jiff.
Dropping In10 of 14
Troy says he used to bring Rohto Zi Eye Drops back from Japan. “They have a cooling effect that constricts vessels, making eyes look super bright.” Luckily, they are finally available in the U.S.
Magic Marker11 of 14
For a natural looking lash (do professional tints sound scary to you, too?) try using the end of a non-toxic Sharpie on just the tips, suggests Troy. It will last longer than any mascara and, even better, can most likely be found in any desk drawer.
Head Case12 of 14
We all feel great after getting highlights but they can make sensitive scalps itch. Anya Burton of Chris McMillan The Salon in Beverly Hills admits it’s odd, but she adds Sweet'N Low to color to soothe irritated skin. Who knew the sugar sub could be good for you?
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Root Cause13 of 14
To make blow-outs last, dust translucent powder with a makeup brush directly on roots, says Alexa. It will soak up excess oil while the sheerness won’t turn strands white unlike some dry shampoos.
Come Correct14 of 14
Summer months can rough up locks, so try this smooth move from Byron Williams of Byron and Tracey Salon in Beverly Hills: Coat just the tips of hair with a tiny bit of Vaseline. It will conceal split ends while adding subtle shine to damaged hair.