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  • Use Baking Soda To Extend Your Blowout
    The stuff in baking soda that makes it so good for cleaning the kitchen works on your hair, too! Sprinkle a tiny bit into your favorite shampoo the next time you wash to help break down buildup from styling products (which can make strands look dirtier faster). The baking soda will help get your hair extra clean, so you can go an extra day between washes!

  • Use Baby Powder To Lengthen Your Lashes
    Skip the falsies for your next night out! To get crazy long lashes without any glue, apply one coat of your favorite mascara. Then, use a Q-tip to dust baby powder all over your lashes, and apply a second coat of mascara. The baby powder will stick to your lashes to create natural extensions!

  • Use Your School ID As A Mascara Shield
    Applying mascara to your lower lashes is tricky business—which is why we love this genius trick. Hold your school ID or a credit card underneath your lashes, then go crazy with the mascara. Your lashes will get properly coated, but any excess mascara will end up on the card, instead of your face! Pro tip: clean the card off with a makeup removing wipe before you put it anywhere near your eyes.

  • Use Elmer's Glue To Get A Perfect Mani
    Have trouble staying completely in the lines when painting your nails? Before you apply polish, paint a thin layer of non-toxic white glue around your cuticles. Peel off the dried glue off when you're done painting, and there will be no cuticle cleanup! Any excess polish that accidentally gets on the skin around your nails will peel off with the glue. This trick is especially useful for intense nail art—like the splatter technique.

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