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Beauty Hackers

Got life-changing beauty hacks to share? Then, tell us here what products you are loving right now and why.
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Krissie
04/11-19:16
Vichy mineral 89 is one of the best hydrating serums I’ve come across. It plumps those sunken areas of my face and hydrates them and sets me up for the day. The cooling and refreshing sensation wakes up my skin and I love applying it!
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Tracy
04/11-14:45
Absolutely loving Tresemme Day 2 curl boosting foam! It’s fabulous. The only negative is that I used a quarter of a bottle so perhaps if they made a spray I’d use less of it 🖤 My hair has a just done look and feel, there was no stickiness and smells great🖤 I’d highly recommend if you have curls 🖤
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Priscilla
04/11-14:45
One of my favourite eyeshadow palettes is this one from Revolution pro called Renegation Legendary. It had really nice burgundy and rose tones than complement my skin, perfect for a fresh spring look. Does anybody else have a fave Spring Eyeshadow go to palette?
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mariam
04/11-13:12
Mascara you say? Ive trialled so many so id say im quite the expert. I find so so so many mascaras clumpy it sticks the lashes together and makes it look horrifically spidery. The only one that I have absolutely loved os the lancome ranges. formula is important and their formula is so neat and natural that it doesnt clump. I would highly recommend hypnose. For 5 years i havent waivered from this brand even after trying so many!
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K30
04/11-13:01
My fav blue skincare 💙 💙@vichylaboratoires 💙@praibeauty 💙@qmsmedicosmetics 💙@lancomeofficial 💙@no7uk
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Tsitsino
04/11-10:46
I absolutely love Sassy Siennas eyeshadow palette. It is one of the best palette . 🧡 It is perfect colors and fantastic pigmentation.🍑I would recommend . 🧡
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gemma
04/11-09:49
Essential for the hols
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Lucy
04/10-19:17 (edited)
Hey guys! I'm new here. Been into skincare for a while but my first appearance on this space. I thought I'd share something that has genuinely made my life so much easier, and that's to use sunscreen that is marketed towards babies around your eye area if you struggle with stinging like myself. I'm able to use more affordable £10 or less sunscreens on the rest of my face now. I've saved so much money now that I'm not testing out so many mineral fragrance-free ones that would still sting. Perhaps I have ocular rosacea? I'll save that topic for something else. I've found that the Pipette one, Coppertone pure & simple and Banana Boat kids mineral work amazingly around my eyes. Usually, sunscreens marketed as "tear-free" will work. I'd like to know if anyone else struggled with this as badly as I did and if you knew about this hack. I hope this helps somebody.
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