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10 Beauty Tricks Australian Women Swear By

posted in Beauty
02/13/2015
  • Trick #1: Know Thy Oils
“A lot of my Aussie friends add a few drops of Eucalyptus or tee tree oil to their shampoo to hydrate their scalp,” tea tree oil is antibacterial and actually can double as a natural astringent to cure pimples. Also Almond oil—Apply it all over after taking a cold shower.
    Trick #1: Know Thy Oils
    “A lot of my Aussie friends add a few drops of Eucalyptus or tee tree oil to their shampoo to hydrate their scalp,” tea tree oil is antibacterial and actually can double as a natural astringent to cure pimples. Also Almond oil—Apply it all over after taking a cold shower.
  • Trick #2: Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse: Strands feeling stringy? Oates says she uses uses apple cider in between her shampoo and condition regimen, because “it keeps the hair shiny and also balances the pH levels of the scalp.”
    Trick #2: Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse: Strands feeling stringy? Oates says she uses uses apple cider in between her shampoo and condition regimen, because “it keeps the hair shiny and also balances the pH levels of the scalp.”
  • Trick #3: DIY Lip Stain:This is a trick we’ve never heard before: Cantelo says she slices up beetroot and applies it to her lips and cheeks for a flush of color. Something to remember next time you’re chopping a salad, no?
    Trick #3: DIY Lip Stain:This is a trick we’ve never heard before: Cantelo says she slices up beetroot and applies it to her lips and cheeks for a flush of color. Something to remember next time you’re chopping a salad, no?
  • Trick #4: Embrace the Natural (Ingredients): Australian women believe that natural ingredients can yield the best results.In Australia, we have access to a great range of native flora and fauna, which are exceptional effective wen used in natural beauty,” favoring things like kakadu plum, eucalyptus
    Trick #4: Embrace the Natural (Ingredients): Australian women believe that natural ingredients can yield the best results.In Australia, we have access to a great range of native flora and fauna, which are exceptional effective wen used in natural beauty,” favoring things like kakadu plum, eucalyptus
  • Trick #5: Treat Acne with the Unexpected:Next time you get a breakout, head towards your refrigerator. “Basil oils works well for clearing up pimples,” I learned this at they have a massive organic garden and told us to scrunch fresh basil leaves and apply it to blemishes. It works like a charm!”
    Trick #5: Treat Acne with the Unexpected:Next time you get a breakout, head towards your refrigerator. “Basil oils works well for clearing up pimples,” I learned this at they have a massive organic garden and told us to scrunch fresh basil leaves and apply it to blemishes. It works like a charm!”
  • Trick #6: Treat Your Hair…to Pantry Staples: To brighten and maintain a bright, blonde colorAustralian women will use ingredients from their kitchen—chamomile tea and lemon juice, to name two.Also, to combat a greenish tint that comes from chlorine, Australian women will wash their hair with ketchup
    Trick #6: Treat Your Hair…to Pantry Staples: To brighten and maintain a bright, blonde colorAustralian women will use ingredients from their kitchen—chamomile tea and lemon juice, to name two.Also, to combat a greenish tint that comes from chlorine, Australian women will wash their hair with ketchup
  • —yes, ketchup. Bingle, on the other hand, says mixing “bicarb soda” (or what we call baking soda) with a cleansing shampoo will get the green out of blonde hair in an instant. Whatever the method, we’re just glad we have our pantry stocked.

  • Trick #7: DIY an Exfoliating Scrub:Out (or bored) of your daily exfoliator? Try DIY-ing your own, “I combine yogurt and sea salt together to exfoliate,” “It leaves my skin so soft.” Another plus? Yogurt is full of probiotics, which can also help your acne problem.
    Trick #7: DIY an Exfoliating Scrub:Out (or bored) of your daily exfoliator? Try DIY-ing your own, “I combine yogurt and sea salt together to exfoliate,” “It leaves my skin so soft.” Another plus? Yogurt is full of probiotics, which can also help your acne problem.
  • Trick #8: Get Used to Hearing the Word "Ointment":“We’re a big fan of salves and balms to hydrate everything from chapped lips to torn cuticles, nappy rash to nursing nipples,” “Lucas Papaw Ointment ($12) is an Aussie classic, and Lanolips (a medicated form of lanolin, which comes from sheep’s wool)
    Trick #8: Get Used to Hearing the Word "Ointment":“We’re a big fan of salves and balms to hydrate everything from chapped lips to torn cuticles, nappy rash to nursing nipples,” “Lucas Papaw Ointment ($12) is an Aussie classic, and Lanolips (a medicated form of lanolin, which comes from sheep’s wool)
  • is the new cult balm in everyone’s purse.

  • Trick #9: Harness the Sea: Ever wonder how Australian women get that just-emerged-from-the-sea texture to their hair? Well, turns out it’s because they really did just emerge from the sea. “In Australia, if you want to feel good, all you have to do is swim in the ocean and let your hair dry
    Trick #9: Harness the Sea: Ever wonder how Australian women get that just-emerged-from-the-sea texture to their hair? Well, turns out it’s because they really did just emerge from the sea. “In Australia, if you want to feel good, all you have to do is swim in the ocean and let your hair dry
  • naturally and have a glass of water, and you look great,”.
    a lot of Aussies believe that salt water can cure all ills: “It’s the panacea for acne, and the absolute best for achieving tousled beach hair,” “Some girls I know pour a liter of their local ocean into a spray bottle instead of buying commercial salt spray!” West coasters, take heed (and consider gifting this to non-coast dwelling friends).

  • Trick #10: Don’t Forget Coconut Oil:Australian women love it and use it religiously still. it’s the best body moisturizer and makeup remover. Need a refresher on all the ways you can use this fragrant oil
    Trick #10: Don’t Forget Coconut Oil:Australian women love it and use it religiously still. it’s the best body moisturizer and makeup remover. Need a refresher on all the ways you can use this fragrant oil

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