5 DIY beauty gadgets you didn't know you needed

Author: FRILLER   Date Posted:5 January 2017 

5 DIY beauty gadgets you didn't know you needed 5 DIY beauty gadgets you didn't know you needed

While it's nice to go to the salon and pamper yourself, sometimes a girls' night, in the comfort of your own home, is necessary. It can also be a lot more budget savvy. 

Here are five beauty gadgets you can use at home to help you look and feel more fabulous than you already are:

1. Threading DIY hair removal tool 

Looking for professionally shaped eyebrows? Don't want to damage your skin? Pressed for time? Then this is the tool for you. 

How do you use them?

You hold them like a pair of scissors, exercise the same motion, and let it do all the work for effortless, salon quality results.

2. Blackhead removal

Sometimes you can use blackhead removal products and, while the results are an improvement, there's still those few stubborn blackheads that just won't go. Fear not! Blackhead removers look like something a dentist might use, and while that might sound a bit frightening, your finally clear skin will be deeply satisfying.

3. Portable blow drying cap

There's nothing quite like getting your hair done; it doesn't matter how hard you try, it always feels and looks nicer when someone else does it. Until now. This product is much like a shower cap with an extension. You simply place the cap over your rollers, insert your blow dryer into the extension and voila! Red carpet hair styles at your fingertips. 

4. Gel nail UV lamp

You're rushing to get ready for the evening, you're pressed for time and it's so tricky to get your manicure done because then you can't touch anything... 

So, what do you do?

Get a UV lamp for your nails. The whole process will take about five minutes with 30 second dry times between coats. Totally worth it, if you ask us!

5. Eyeliner guide stencil

We've all been in the situation where we need to keep adjusting one eye to match the other, turn into a racoon, just to end up washing it all off to start again. 

Now, there's a tool for that:

It's like a ruler for your eyelid and will help you create the perfect smoky eye, every time.

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