Lemon juice, coconut oil, and your credit card can do real wonders for your face and hair. But not just these: almost everything in your fridge (which, I sincerely believe, is full of healthy food) could be a surprisingly effective beauty tool.
Beauty industry plays the same role in our health as the food industry: products you put on your skin are just as important as the food you put into your mouth. In the era of seismic impact of the Internet, we all are witnesses of the revolutionization of various industries, from art to culture, fashion, and politics, as well as the democratization of the beauty industry. From glossiness and luxury it is turning to simplicity and sophistication, the so-called ingenuity. Of course, it would be unfair to cast the “high” beauty industry with all its makeup artistry and tons of non-toxic beauty products aside, but we also cannot ignore the frenzy of forum and blogs that are popping up all over. And in this complex world created by YouTube gurus such burning questions as “How to draw the eyeliner on straight?” or “What do I do to make my hair shiny and silky?” rise. That is just the tip of the iceberg. Who knows, maybe one day you will come around and find a smashed avocado in your hair.
Here are a few of the chic-est versions of some of the popular DIY tips that beauty bloggers offer to try. And perhaps some of these concoctions seem a little eccentric, at least but their results will make you love them.