Sometimes when I’m getting ready to go somewhere, I will goof up my make-up, hair, etc. I have found that the following are very useful tips, to correct various getting ready mistakes and I hope you’ll find them helpful too.
1. Eyebrow Gap
To fill a gap in your brow, brush your brow hairs in the opposite direction of the growth so the bare area becomes more visible. Use a brow pencil to cover it with light hair length strokes. brush the brow back into place.
2. Too Much Blush
Sprinkle translucent powder on a make-up sponge and blend over the blush. Blend the colour in toward the cheeks instead of out towards your ears. If your cheeks still look too dark, then go over them again with two drops of foundation on a make-up wedge.
3. Streaky Self -Tanner
To lighten colour in one spot, stroke the area with a lemon wedge or a cotton ball soaked in hydrogen peroxide. To fill in light streaks, even out colour by applying self-tanner with the edge
of a make-up wedge, or brush on matte bronzer with a small blush brush.
4. Perfume Overkill
Rub skin with an unscented baby wipe or a cotton ball soaked in rubbing alcohol. If you’ve sprayed too much perfume on your clothing, blast fabric with a hair dryer for 30 seconds.
5. Too Light Highlights
Wash your hair twice with a caramel hued colour depositing shampoo to deepen your highlights.
6. Smudged Nail Polish
Put some nail polish remover on the end of a cotton swab and gently blend away the smear. Add a coat of clear polish instead of more colour which will make the nail darker than the others.
7. Clumpy Mascara
Do this immediately as mascara dries in seconds. Wipe all the mascara off the brush with a piece of napkin or paper towel (don’t use a tissue because it could leave pieces of it on the wand). Wiggle the wand gently from side to side from the roots to the tips of the lashes. You can also purchase a dedicated de-clumping wand in the make-up brush section of the store.
8. Dirty Hair And No Time To Wash It
Blot your scalp with an oil-absorbing sheet (the kind you use for your face), then sprinkle baby powder or a dry shampoo onto your brush and comb through your roots.
9. Eyeliner That Has Gone Astray
Dip a cotton swab in an oil-free moisturizer and dab the sift tip on the back of your hand until it almost feels dry. Use it to wipe away stray marks.
10. Deodorant On Your Clothes
Simply take a clean, white sock and rub the sock over the deodorant mark in small circles. It removes the white mark without leaving behind any bits (like paper towel does) or smearing the mark into a bigger mess (like using water can do).
Hope these suggestions assist you the next time something goes wrong while getting ready.