Hello eveyone🖐this arlicle about beauty hacks i hope you like it😍

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1.Use a Lip Brush to Apply Mascara to Lower Lash
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2.Use Petroleum Jelly to Avoid Mascara Clumps
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3.Tone down super-curly hair with a flatiron. If you have curly hair and want to create softer waves, slightly break down the curl with a flat iron, bending your wrist forward and backward as you move down your strands
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4.Pin two braids together to create the look of a much more intricate braid. No need to spend a lot of time making a masterpiece. Instead, braid two low pigtails in the back of your head, secure them with hair ties, and then discreetly bobby pin them together.
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5. For a no-makeup daytime look, opt for a matte lipstick that matches your lip color; for night, choose a glossy version.
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6.Create your own glitter liner with eyelash glue and loose glitter. First, line your eyes with the eyelash glue, and then press loose glitter on top with a small brush.
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7.Tint light eyelashes with a liquid liner for a no-makeup makeup look. Using windshield wiper-like motions, hold the liner pen vertically and color your lashes from the roots to ends.
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8.Make your cat-eye symmetrical every time by marking the ends with a dot before lining. Once you've figured out where you want the dots, draw a small line from the dot inward to connect them to the liner at your lash line. No more having to guess what the angle should be or where the line should end

9.Give yourself an effortless smoky eye. First, line your eyes with a kohl liner. Next, gently rub your eyes with your fingertips to messily smudge the liner. Then, use a cotton swab coated in moisturizer, such as Lait to clean up most of the black liner residue, add a subtle sheen, and finish off the rocker-girl look

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10.For the perfect foundation application, start at the center of your face and spread the product outward to blend. If you apply a lot of foundation around your jawline or hairline, you'll look like you're wearing a mask. If you start at the center, the product will fade out around the edges for a more natural look