7 Natural Beauty Hacks With Seriously Impressive Results

by ModaMob
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Where have these 7 beauty hacks been all your life?

These very simple but brilliant natural beauty hacks, including hacks for hair, nail polish, and even laundry, are total game changers, using products you likely have at home.

So, don’t waste any time – learn these beauty hack DIY tricks now!

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Tools and materials:

  • Water
  • Bowl
  • Toothpaste
  • Baking soda
  • Tin foil
  • Glue
  • Activated charcoal
  • Concealer
  • Tweezers
  • Makeup brush
  • Cornstarch
  • Cacao powder
  • Hairbrush
  • Shaving cream
Manicured nails

1. Protect your manicure

Do you get impatient while waiting for your newly applied nail polish to dry? Have you ever left the nail salon just a little too quickly and almost immediately ruined a nail? 

After you get your nails done, dip them into a bowl of ice-cold water for a full minute (two minutes if you can handle it)! 

When you take your hands out, your nail polish is dry! No more walking around holding them up, blowing on them, and being scared of ruining your new manicure.

2.  Whiten your teeth

Our teeth are victims of the coffee and wine we drink, but there’s a simple hack to whitening them up and keeping them stain-free. 

Put a little bit of toothpaste and baking soda onto a piece of tin foil. 

Wrap the foil over your teeth and leave it in place for about 10 minutes. Then brush the toothpaste and baking soda mixture off. 


3. Refresh your eyeliner

Have you ever stabbed your eyelid with a dried-out eyeliner? 

Here’s how to soften it back up: Simply put your dried eyeliner pencil in a bowl of hot water for 15 to 30 seconds.

Activated charcoal and glue

4. Remove blackheads

A great home-remedy for blackheads is to mix some regular non-toxic school glue with activated charcoal. 

Apply the mixture to your nose (or wherever you need to remove a blackhead), let it dry, and then peel it off along with the blackheads.


5. Contour your nose

If you want to make your nose appear thinner, you can do it by dipping your tweezers into some cream concealer.

Contouring nose

Then use your tweezers to transfer the concealer down the center of your nose, creating a contour line. 

Use your fingertip to blend out the contour line.

Pouring cornstarch

6.  Use a dry-shampoo hack

If you have oily hair, but you’ve run out of dry shampoo, there’s a hack for that! 

Start by putting some cornstarch into a small bowl. 

Now, if you are a brunette, add a little cacao powder to the cornstarch for color.

Use as much as you need to match your natural color. Even if you are blonde, you might just want a touch of cacao powder.

Applying cornstarch to hair

Apply the mixture to your hair with a large, fluffy makeup brush. Then use a hairbrush to brush it out.

7. Remove makeup stains from your clothes

For a great pre-soak solution to get nasty makeup stains out of your clothes, put shaving cream directly onto the stain before you throw your clothing into the hamper. 

When you eventually wash your clothes, the stain will disappear.

7 natural beauty hacks

7 natural beauty hacks

Hopefully these 7 natural beauty hacks will be as helpful to you as they were to us!

Leave a comment to let us know which ones you tried, and what the biggest game-changer was!

For another beauty DIY, check out our post on How to DIY a Super Easy Cream Eyeshadow Stick.

Suggested materials:
  • Water
  • Bowl
  • Toothpaste
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  • Lro12501569 Lro12501569 on Aug 25, 2023

    To get a splinter out, put glue on the skin around around the splinter and over the splinter. Let it try and peel off!

    • Ron Ron on Jan 17, 2024

      Let it try... try what? Oh! You meant let it DRY!

  • Toni Kilpatrick Toni Kilpatrick on Jan 27, 2024

    You can also use baby powder if you run out of dry shampoo. I use Burt’s Bees brand. It’s truly the best. The suggestion of cocoa powder in the mix is great for brunettes. Thanks for you sharing your ideas. .