What’s In Your Beauty Toolbox?
What’s in Your Beauty Toolbox?
5 Beauty Tools for Everyday Use
Eyelash curler: Yes, the eyelash curler can at first look like a torture item, but especially for lashes as thin and straight as mine, this tool is my best friend. It’s important to find a good curler and replace it as necessary. I usually curl my lashes at the base and then curl again at the tips before applying mascara.
Tweezers: Nice eyebrows really can frame a face well and nothing is worse than stray ones that start to merge into a uni-brow! Be careful of over tweezing as this can look just as bad. A good pair of tweezers will easily pull individual stray hairs out.
Cotton balls: I have these on hand all the time to use for removing nail polish, cleaning away excess makeup and to apply toner (when I remember to do that). They are good to have in a pinch because they are sturdier than just using a facial tissue and convenient to throw in a makeup bag.
Dental Floss: Nothing ruins a beautifully made up face more than a piece of food stuck between teeth that can’t be removed. I always carry dental floss in an effort to escape embarrassing mishaps.
Pocket mirror: In a beauty bag I received the perfect compact mirror that is small enough to fit anywhere and perfect to take a quick look at makeup and/or hair when on the go.
These are only a few of the items tucked away in my beauty supply collection, but I find them necessary for everyday use. What beauty “tool” is your must have?
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