Beauty Tips On A Budget

There is no doubting the benefits that come from using high quality body scrubs. Applied in the right way they can make your skin look amazing. However, they are certainly not cheap, with your average jar costing around twenty pounds on the high street, if not a bit more. Fortunately, there is a cheap way to get around this. It is possible to create a budget cocktail using only a cup of good olive oil combined with around three teaspoons of regular sugar. Instant smoothness on a very tight budget, leaving you with more money to actually spend on partying your nights away.

Another good tip to help you in those beauty spots is to take advantage of old lipstick tubes. Once they are nearly empty, scrape off the remnants of the color that remains, and place them into a microwaveable contained with some Vaseline.

Heat them up in thirty second intervals, and you will soon find that you have created a very cheap form of lip gloss, at virtually no cost. This is a great tip, as lip gloss can be a very expensive investment when bought in high street shops, and this technique can provide the same levels of quality.

Olive oil comes up fairly often when it comes to beauty spot treatments, and this next one is also effective, offering as it does a great way to take care of your hair, especially if you are someone who regularly dyes it. Using half a cup of the oil combined with small drops of essential oil can make an ideal scalp treatment if left to stand for a day or two. Needless to say you should avoid just splashing the oil straight on, and try to moderate the application. A little will go a long way, and you will not end up looking too greasy.

The final tip we have is for those who suffer from oily breakouts (we have all been there) on their skin.

It will not always be possible to take advantage of the made-for-purpose blotting sheets that you can purchase from the high street, but there is a good substitute available in many public restrooms, ideal for the emergency situations. Namely, the toilet protector sheets that you will find in the dispenser nearby. Whilst this idea might not seem appealing, that material is virtually the same as the expensive blotting paper that you would purchase from a high street chain. Why spend the extra money? Grab those protector sheets and stick them in your handbag, and you will have a beauty spot wherever you go.

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