Those random tips that you've heard along the way and whether they actually work or not, well here's are some that do actually work for you.
You hairline is starting to look a bit greasy? Get a fluffy make up brush, dip it into loose powder or use baby powder. Remove the excess by tapping it once and then dust it over your roots. It soaks up the oil and blends into your strands.
Spray a light shot fragrance into the bristles of your brush and run it through the strands of your hair and it will smell amazing throughout the day.
Soften Calluses by applying vaseline/petroleum jelly on your feet and put socks on, leaving them on overnight.
Avocado is a natural moisturiser, take a ripe avocado, remove the pit and skin and mash it up in a bowl. Smooth it over your body and let it sit for 20 minutes and then rinse off.
Wild Eyebrows? Tame the with an eye cream to keep them in place, hydrate them and banish icky white specks. Or you can spray hair spray onto an eyebrow brush to control them.
Trying to get your streaky tan off? Put some baking soda on to a pair of loofah exfoliating gloves and scrub away.
Comb vaseline lightly through the tips of your eyelashes to get a sexy, subtle sparkle with having to cake on the mascara.
Ran out of shaving cream? Do double duty by coating your stems with a thick hair conditioner. It softens the hair so it’s easier to shave off and makes legs feel amazingly silky.
If your underarms start to look dry and flaky, an easy trick is to exfoliate them with a gentle face scrub to keep that skin pretty when going sleeveless.
Make an Egg White Mask
To revive tired, dull skin without hitting the spa table, try this: Crack open an egg in a bowl, separate the yolk, and use the egg whites to make a face mask. The proteins help to heal and restore skin’s moisture. Leave it on for five minutes, and rinse off.