It’s safe to say that we have become somewhat obsessed with TikTok. Over lockdown, it kept our houseplants happy and made our meals more interesting. On several occasions, out of sheer boredom and curiosity, we even adhered to its hair and makeup advice. But all that did was leave us hungry for more. And that’s the story of how we discovered all these TikTok beauty hacks.
While the wonder of this woman’s skin is quite possibly due to her genetics, where’s the harm in rubbing a banana peel all over your body and hoping for the best? It’s only going to be discarded anyway! Besides, apparently it gently exfoliates and has antioxidant effects (amongst other things).
If you don’t have time for a professional pedicure, there’s always this.
With lockdown easing, smiling is set to become a lot more commonplace. This would be very pleasing if you weren’t so concerned about the state of your teeth. But – as always – TikTok might be able to help.
Please stop rubbing your wrists together after applying perfume. And don’t just drench yourself in it – be targeted.
Well, it’s worth a try if you’d rather avoid fillers.
Soap Brows might have changed your life, but maybe you’re a frugal sort of person who’d rather make their own. Here’s how you do it.
Although this woman’s skin looks luminous (and others seem to swear by it), one dermatologist in the comments states that they don’t recommend this because direct contact with an ice cube can be damaging to the skin. Maybe an iced coffee is the superior morning alarm.
Because jade is a porous material, using a jade roller is – apparently – not the best weapon against blemishes. Any bacteria you have on your face will simply be dispersed to other areas, creating more areas of acne that you certainly didn’t ask for. Rose quartz, however, is a non-porous material and, therefore, an infinitely better material for a roller.
If you enjoy blackhead removal videos, you’ll love this. And, as the holistic plastic surgeon in this TikTok attests, it’s a hack that actually works.