Have you dared to take on the daunting task of tweezing your frontal, spent forever plucking strands of hair only to end up with a jacked up hair line or worse bald spot?! Well I fret no more! I have secrets that industry celebrity hairstylist aren’t sharing with us regular girls!

For those of you who may not realize it, disinfecting your makeup is a necessary process to prevent the transmission of bacteria, viruses, fungi and other disease-causing microorganisms.

Knowing this, many makeup artists/users use rubbing alcohol to disinfect their makeup. There is a super complex and “sciencey” (yes I made that up) explanation regarding the “better” concentration of rubbing alcohol to disinfect makeup. However, I’ve decided to spare you the details and just give it to you straight! If you’re interested in the science behind my suggestion, leave a comment down below and I will be more than happy to make a blog post about it.

Reader: “Crissy, why does my eyeshadow crease? Whenever I do it, I get these lines in my eyeshadow.”

There is nothing more annoying than spending a ridiculous amount of time on your eyeshadow only to find that it begins to crease within a few minutes of you completing it. Has this ever happened to you? Well, if you want to know how to prevent this from happening, keep reading.