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    ANYONE who applies liquid highlighter as part of their make-up routine will no doubt have been doing it in the same way since the very beginning.  But now a make-up expert has slammed the trusted technique of applying it directly onto the skin with the brush, before revealing her alternative guide to nailing the look.  4A beauty fan and make-up expert has revealed the right way to applying highlighter - and it's not how you've been doing itCredit: tiktok/@amelia0livia When beauty fan Amelia Olivia, who is known by @amelia0livia on TikTok, was asked by one of her 698,000 followers why her liquid highlighter doesn’t blend properly, Amelia was on hand to clear up the common make-up problem. She posted a video response of herself dabbing the make-up on her skin using the brush it comes with. Then she said: “Please stop applying liquid highlighter like this.  “People always ask why their liquid highlighter doesn’t work for them, why it goes flaky, cakey and patchy - and it’s because you are applying it directly to your base look.” Read More in...
    A MUM has shared her top tip for helping her baby to poop, admitting she's been using a special position since her daughter was born. Tayeba took to TikTok with her gorgeous daughter to reveal the hack, and pretended to speak in a baby's voice as she said: "Hi everyone, my mum is going to show everyone how she helps me poop the right way. 3A mum has explained that she's been putting her baby daughter in this position to help her poop since birthCredit: Tik Tok/ tayebatv 3Within seconds of being in the position, the tot had filled her nappyCredit: Tik Tok/ tayebatv @itsmedinasworld Always Works A Charm ???? #fyp #xyzbca #babytok #parenttok #blowthisup #TayebaTV #ItsMedinasWorld ???? ♬ As It Was - Harry Styles "We’ve been doing it since birth. Let’s go." Tayeba then told her daughter that she wanted "squatties please", at which point the baby bent her knees and squatted down. "So the knees should be at a 90 degrees angle, and wait for the magic to happen," the mum explained. Within seconds,...
    DO you ever find changing duvet covers a struggle? An interiors expert from M&S has revealed the “quick way” to put a double cover on - and it may be a game-changer. 1A M&S interiors expert has revealed a savvy way to roll your duvet so it easily goes inside the new coverCredit: Getty Lydia Lloyd, who posts under @marksandspencer_lydia on Instagram, uploaded a video showing the process. She said: Here’s a quick way to put your duvet cover on.” The first thing you need to do is lay out your duvet cover inside out on top of the bed. Next, you need to lie the duvet on top of the inside out cover. More on life hacksPOWER CLEAN Cleaning expert's cheat spring clean will have your home sparkling in two hoursSPACE INVADERS I’ve got 12 kids and squeeze everyone into a four-bed house, here’s how Then, you need to roll the sheet and the duvet down towards the bottom of the bed so you are left with a sausage shape. She added: “Find the duvet cover opening, and feed...
    THE thin plastic "collars" that ring soda cans in a six-pack can seem like a big hassle, which is why many people remove the packaging before putting soda away. But it seems that the "normal" way of storing soda is actually the wrong method – there's a clever design feature in the plastic rings that makes storing soda cans so easy. 4Sam Howell demonstrated the method he discovered for storing cans in the fridgeCredit: Tiktok/Sam Howell 4By 'folding' the six-pack, he can slide the drinks into the fridge effortlesslyCredit: Tiktok/Sam Howell In a video that shocked thousands of viewers, Sam Howell showed the method he uses to restock his mini-fridge with drinks. "I learned a thing!" he said at the beginning of the clip. "I was gonna put my six-pack in my fridge, like I do all the time," Howell began, showing off canned drinks held together by plastic rings. Then, instead of removing the plastic to put away the beverages, he simply tilted the cans toward each other, folding the row of plastic rings in half. READ MORE ABOUT...
    PUTTING your duvet cover on can be a right faff, especially if you're doing it alone. It can take ages to sort the corners out to make sure the duvet doesn't end up scrunched into one side of the cover. 3Influencer Jackie Aina shared how she quickly changes her bed sheetCredit: TikTok / @jackieaina 3She first rolls the duvet and cover like a 'burritto'Credit: TikTok / @jackieaina Thankfully, lifestyle and makeup influencer, Jackie Aina shared a clever trick to change your duvet cover in seconds. Sharing the hack on TikTok, Jackie's video went viral with over 17k 'likes'. She captioned the video: "How to put on a duvet cover QUICKLY! For the undomesticated." First, lie the duvet insert on top of your fresh covered and begin to tightly roll them together, 'like a burrito' says Jackie. READ MORE LIFE HACKSPUT IT TO BED Expert reveals the duvet mistake we’re all making that's ruining our sleep Once you get to the end, take the opening of the duvet cover and tuck each corner inside out. When doing this, make sure to...
    A CLEANING fan has revealed the correct way to use a toilet rim block, and you have definitely been doing it wrong. TikTok user Maca_Official shared the tip with his followers, captioning the video “I was today 22 years old when I found this.” 2TikTok user Maca has revealed how you should be using your toilet rim blockCredit: tiktok/_Maca_Offical In the clip, Maca takes the plastic toilet freshener and doesn’t use the plastic hook to hang it over the top of the toilet as you would expect to. Instead, he pushes the hook up and under the rim of the bowl, which secures it in place without having the hook on show and meaning that the toilet seat can rest snuggly on top. The video has since gone viral, receiving over 5.4 million views and thousands of comments from viewers thanking Maca for the tip. Commenting, one wrote: “I’m leaving work right now to go and change the things in my toilet.” Another added: “I ALWAYS THOUGHT THAT IT WAS ODD, I KNEW I WAS DOING IT WRONG. "THANK YOU...
    YOU MIGHT think that you’ve got your makeup routine nailed…but it turns out that we’ve been putting your foundation on wrong. If you’re wondering why your foundation looks cakey or isn’t giving you as much coverage as it should be, you’ve come to the right place.  2Megan Lavallie shares her top tip for getting dewy foundation to provide full coverage, without looking cakeyCredit: tiktok/@meganlavallie Megan Lavallie has gained a following on TikTok thanks to her makeup tip videos. And she is back with one of her latest tips about how to correctly apply foundation in order to get full coverage, without it looking too thick. Megan has over 416k followers on TikTok and uploaded the tip with the caption ‘It depends on the product you're using but I wait about 1.5 minutes.’ She explained: “Something I really like to do when I’m using a dewier foundation… I place with my fingers where I want the most coverage to be and I let it dry down a little bit. “That way I’ll get the most coverage in this area and then...
    HOW many times have you put your hair up in a ponytail and it ends up looking boring and sloppy? Well, a hair expert has revealed how to make your ponytail look sleek but super voluminous in just two steps. 4A woman shared how she gets her super voluminous ponytailCredit: TikTok 4She splits her hair in half and ties it up before doing the same with the bottom pieceCredit: TikTok Hairstylist Amber-Rose Peake showed the amazing trick that gives her an elevated look each time in a TikTok video. She first split her long hair in half and tied it up to create a half-up look. Once that half was secured with a hair tie, she then grabbed the loose bottom part of her hair and split it in half again. Using both pieces, she lifted them up to wrap around her half-updo and tied them on top as well. The hairstylist spread the top part so it would cover the bottom one, and voila! She was left with a stunning high ponytail with plenty of volume....
    A charity has warned Apple AirTags could be used by controlling partners to track victims of domestic abuse, after a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model revealed how a stranger used the device to track her to her home.  UK-based Women's Aid told FEMAIL the tracking device, which costs as little as £29 and is designed to help people locate items like their keys, phone and pets, could be easily concealed on a car by a stalker or perpetrator of domestic abuse.  It comes as women called for the product to be recalled, saying it puts their safety at risk.  Isabelle Younane, head of policy, campaigns and public affairs, said: 'Domestic abuse is not always physical. Stalking and tech abuse are very real and dangerous forms of abuse – with survivors who are being stalked by their ex-partner often at risk of greatest harm. 'During the COVID-19 pandemic, some perpetrators utilised lockdown measures as an opportunity to monitor survivors more closely and escalate abuse– including putting tracking devices on cars. Women’s fears about being tracked by new technology must be heard and taken...
    IT'S a pretty well-known fact that primer is the first thing to apply when it comes to doing your makeup. But if you want a flawless finish, there's a specific order in which to use the rest of your cosmetics too. 1Do you do your eyebrows after your eye makeup? Read on for the best order of things to get a flawless finishCredit: Getty As the name suggests, primer should be your first port of call - and should be used on the eyes and lips as well as the face. “Primer makes foundation glide on more easily and helps control issues like redness and pore size, so that foundation doesn’t have to work as hard," Issada Cosmetics CEO Fiona Neale told Vogue Australia. While you might reach for the concealer next, foundation should be applied first, Fiona explained. "Concealing work is inevitably going to be disturbed when foundation is applied over the top - otherwise you waste product," she added. Once you have a good base, you can start covering up your blemishes and areas you...
    WHO KNEW owning a home could be so tedious? Not only are you in charge of things if they break, but you actually have to clean every single spot imaginable if you want to avoid any pests and messes. 4You've been forgetting to clean next to your stoveCredit: TikTok 4Tons of food and grease accumulates in that spotCredit: TikTok In fact, it seems like even the unimaginable spots need to be cleaned – including the spot between the stove and the counter. Michigan resident Alyssa, who owns a cleaning company, revealed there's a spot everyone misses, even during a deep clean. In her video, she showed how she pulled out the stove from its spot and revealed grease smeared into the side of the stove and the countertop. The floor was also covered in grime. After uncovering the spot, she used a vacuum cleaner to clean up the bits of food on the floor and a grease-fighting detergent for the smears. Additionally, she used a scraping tool to remove the grease, which had also coated the side...
    WE should all have a first aid kit at home, just in case an accident happens. But do you know the best way to use everything inside? 7Cut up your plastersCredit: lifehacksa/Tiktok 7Braid it like a plaitCredit: lifehacksa/Tiktok In a TikTok video shared by @lifehacksa, which has 1.1million views, they show how to make a plaster fit your finger so that it protects your injury for much longer. Before you apply the plaster, grab some scissors to cut a vertical line down the middle of both ends of the plaster. Remove the protective plastic backing to expose the sticky part of the bandage. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Put your finger on the sticky bit with the plaster laying down horizontally. Now the tricky bit, fold down the newly cut flaps in a criss-cross motion to secure the plaster around your entire finger. This method will keep even the cheapest plaster on your finger securely, keeping your cut covered and allowing you to heal without having to worry about changing your plaster every few minutes. This...
    AFTER dragging ourselves out of bed, putting the kettle on and checking our phones, the next thing we do every morning is chuck on any old bra. But in our sleep-deprived state, we've never stopped to consider if we were putting them on the "correct" way - until now. 1Have YOU been putting your bra on 'wrong'?Credit: Getty Although it's incredibly fiddly to secure the clasp of your bra while it's already on your back, the experts at lingerie store Upbra urged customers to follow this approach. Warning people of the "wrong" way to put on your bra, they said: "Please don't hook in the band at the front of your torso and spin it around." And if you're anything like us, you might have been unknowingly doing your underwear a LOT of damage. Whoops. They added: "You should always hook the bra in at your back so you are not having to twist and deform your bra." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Well if you struggle to do up your bra this way,...
    MAKEUP can be a saving grace. And if you know how to apply it properly, you can transform your features to your liking. 3A woman who goes by @meganlavallie on TikTok often shares helpful makeup hacks for her followersCredit: TikTok/Megan Lavallie 3She said many people make the mistake of contouring the bottom side of their jawCredit: TikTok/Megan Lavallie A woman named Megan Lavallie has gained a following on TikTok thanks to her videos that offer makeup tips. She recently posted a clip that taught her followers how to properly contour their jaws— and there’s a good chance that you’re doing it wrong. First, Megan showed the top of her jaw dotted with contour makeup. “If you put it on top of your jaw like this it’s going to minimize your jaw,” she began. This means your face won’t look as chiseled. “If you want a more pronounced looking jaw, you’re going to go underneath instead,” she said. Most read in LifestyleCOVID FEARS Queen's Xmas party STILL happening as she doesn't want to spend it aloneALL OVER? Meghan & Harry could...
    A MAKE-UP artist has shared the easy way you can stop your peach fuzz from looking as noticeable. Although plans with friends and family may have started to get cancelled, we all want to look and feel our best during the festive season. 2She showed users how to apply foundation for an airbrushed effectCredit: makeupmafiaxx And one make-up artist on TikTok, makeupmafiaxx, has revealed how to look our best for those Christmas selfies. Makeupmafiaxx taught users how to apply their foundation correctly in a video that has already been viewed over 800k times. In the video, the makeup artist, known as makeupmafia online said: "You are putting on your foundation wrong and let me tell you why. The woman who is from America but now lives in Canada said that blending your foundation into your skin using circular motions is actually just moving the product around, as well as disturbing any peach fuzz you have. She added: "Therefore, it is going to look all bumpy. "If you want more of an airbrushed look, take your foundation brush and press down...
    THE HUMBLE omelette can take years to master, often times it can end up looking just like scrambled eggs. But a new dawn is upon us, and it turns out we've been making omelettes wrong all this time. 3The secret to this omelette is to put the cheese in the pan firstCredit: @feelgoodfoodie/Tiktok 3Yumna recommends eating it with a side of avocado and tomatoesCredit: @feelgoodfoodie/Tiktok Yumna started Feel Good Foodie eight years ago when she herself was learning to cook herself. Now, Feel Good Foodie has it's own TikTok account with over 1.5 million followers. Recently, Yumna shared a recipe for a crispy, inside out omelette, and the delicious hack will make you want one every morning. In the caption, Yumna wrote: Crispy inside out omelette! Such a great low carb breakfast and you can top with any ant veggies!" To begin, add a thin, even layer of cheese to a skillet or non-stick pan and let it heat up. Then whisk your eggs and once the cheese begins to bubble, pour the eggs on top. You can season the...
    HOW many times have you spent HOURS applying your false eyelashes flawlessly only to have them ping up within minutes of you entering the club? Well, we have the solution. 4Applying the perfect pressure is crucial as you want secure lashes that last all night longCredit: Getty Measure and trim your false eyelashes We all know we need to trim our lashes before we apply them. Simply place the lashes against your lash line and trim the edges so that they lineup better with your natural lid. Another way to measure is to get a piece of string, hold it against your lash line, then mark the ends with a pen. Cut where the marks are on the string and you will have a measurement of the length of your lash line. Hold this against your false eyelashes and trim accordingly so that you get the best fitted lashes ever. Use a make up brush to hold your lashes Just before applying them, place your strip lashes on a make up brush or small tube you are not using....
    SORRY to break it to you but you've been inserting trash bags into the bins all wrong. The proper way will prevent it from ripping when you finally decide to take it out. 3A woman revealed you've been putting trash bags in all wrongCredit: TikTok 3You're meant to put it on like a hat and then push inCredit: TikTok Taking to TikTok, a woman questioned how she had been replacing the bags inside her trash cans after taking it out. She revealed that, actually, bags are "backward" so opening it up and shaking it up to then place it inside the bin isn't the right way. Instead, you're supposed to "put it on like a little hat" meaning that instead of pushing the bag in, you simply rest it on the top. And then, you push it into the bin. You know you've done it right when the seam of the bag is inside the bin and not outside. Most read in LifestyleMEG-A PRESSURE Meg says palace put her & Harry 'under pressure' to deal with father ThomasWEIGHT WATCHER...
    WE know how important it is to look after our bodies, so why aren’t we doing the same with our hair? Many of us throw our hair up into a ponytail every day, without thinking of the impact this is having on our hair. 2You've been putting your hair up all wrong and it's going to cause some serious damage to your locksCredit: Tik Tok And it’s safe to say, it’s not pretty. If you’re someone who regularly puts their hair in a high ponytail, then you might want to rethink your signature style, as hair and beauty fans have revealed this hairstyle is causing serious damage. One woman, Anne Li took to TikTok to reveal the damage a high ponytail is causing to your hair. Anne regularly shares hair and beauty tips to her TikTok and posted this particular video to her account ‘anneli.bv’. In the video, we see Anne putting her hair up in a high ponytail, with a standard hairband. Anne explains why this hairstyle is “the most damaging hairstyle”. Most read in LifestyleLive BlogHIGH PRESSURE Idris...
    IT'S likely you never knew there was a recommended way to put on sun cream. And it's even more likely you had no clue it involves two steps before you even leave home. 2If you don't put sun cream on correctly you stand a good chance of getting burntCredit: Getty - Contributor Most Brits would imagine putting sun cream on is quite simple, a thorough covering of exposed skin when you're in the sunshine. However, the NHS website has some more thorough guidance to keep you as protected as possible from the sun's rays. It says most people don't apply enough sunscream, suggesting that adults should use around two teaspoons for your head, arms and neck. But around two tablespoons if you are slathering your entire body in the stuff, while wearing a swimsuit. And if you are going to be out in the sun long enough to risk burning sun cream actually needs to be applied twice before you leave the house. The first step is done 30 minutes before you plan to head out, and the second application...
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