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Embarrassing Beauty Disasters Solved
We all have those minor or sometimes major beauty mishaps. It never fails I have most of mine at the most inopportune times. Like the pimple I spot on date night with the hubby. My 4 favorite “oh no” beauty disasters solved.
The box dye blunder
Have you taken your lovely locks on an embarrassing trip to never never land? Don’t panic, because if all else fails a professional can fix it. As soon as you realize that bombshell color is a no go, grab the dish soap and run to the shower. As hot as you can stand it, give it a good dish soap lather and wash out the color. Box Dyes wash out after time. If you can stand it let it wash itself out and get a trim. If it’s one that can’t be saved at home, head to your hairdresser and get some help.
Arm Pit Spots
Instead of running to a corner to hide, run to the bathroom. If you have little ones and happen to have wipes on hand take a few with you. First dry off your under arms. From the inside give your top a few wipes with a wipe or wet paper towel to remove some of the sweat. If the bathroom is equipped with a hand dryer give your under arms a little drying action. Look for my next posts on solving the pit disasters.
Streaking Self Tanner
Have you used a self tanner and while your out looked down and noticed a streak, missed spot or blotchy skin? First take a paper towel and warm soapy water and do a little removal. Next, grab your bronzer and do a little cover up mission. Blend in the area as much as possible. Next time you go for the self tanner make sure your have exfoliated your skin, shaves and used the less is more technique.
Don’t pop it, poke it or aggravate it. Start by wiping the area clean, if you have red eye drops handy dab a few drops on the area to help with redness. Start with a concealer to diminish the pimple. Blend in with concealer and leave it alone.
Until next time my lovelies, stay beautiful!
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