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Find Adverse Beauty Problems (And How to Fix Them) Through Beauty Professionals

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“Take a conservative approach and remove only the excess hairs. Be careful not to remove so much that your brows are too far apart.”

-Celebrity makeup artist and brow expert Ramy Gafni

Dark Circles:

“Try dabbing concealer in a triangular shape all the way from the inner corner of the eye downward and back up to the outer corner, gently patting to blend it down the cheek area.”

-Marian Rothschild, a Certified Personal Image Consultant, makeup artist, and author of “Look Good Now and Always.”


“Put simply, dandruff is the result of skin cells maturing and dying too fast, building up, and causing irritation, vinegar will get rid of the unwanted built-up skin cells that would flake off into dandruff, and it won’t clog up your pores or result in more [dandruff], an overgrowth of fungus can also cause dandruff, and vinegar acts like a fungicide. Using it is straightforward, simple, and is probably easier on your hair than some shampoos out there.”

-Grace Mahoney, owner of Blushing Brides

Ingrown Hairs:

“Aspirin can help reduce redness and inflammation, the two most common symptoms of ingrown hair. The anti-inflammatory property of aspirin reduces swelling, fights inflammation and treats mild infection, the salicylic acid present in aspirin scrubs away dead skin to loosen the offending hair.”

-Grace Mahoney, owner of Blushing Brides

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