4 temporary fixes for your problems

Here are quick, temporary solutions for 4 of your problems that tend to drive you mad when are in a hurry.

Camouflage unwanted hair

You’ve got an evening out program and no time to get your face bleached to camouflage that tiny hair growth on your face. Don’t worry! Cut a thin slice of lemon; rub it gently over the area where you have hair, i.e. upper lip, forehead, jaw line and sideburns. The lemon will lighten the hair color and make it less visible.

Tame unruly eyebrows

When you have no time to attend to your highly unmanageable, unruly eyebrows, spritz a little hairspray on a cotton ball. Then wipe on for maximum control.

You are to give a speech and your nervous system is already revved up. Your palms have already started sweating profusely in anticipation of confronting a crowd. You obviously want to conceal your panic and put on a brave front, especially, as you haantiperspirantve to shake hands with too many people before the event. Not to worry. Try this solution. Apply an antiperspirant on your palms before any big moment which almost sucks the life out of you. The aluminium chloride in antiperspirant thickens the sweat pouring out of the sweat ducts and plugs them up with thousands of gooey corks; it’s a temporary fix, though.

Avoid dragon breath

You are savoring scrumptious and spicy dishes with plenty of garlic for lunch totally unmindful of the aftermath. You suddenly remember that you have to attend an important meeting within no time and here you are saddled with a vampire breath – all of your own doing. What to do? Just dip a lemon quarter in a pinch of salt and chew on it. The lemon oil and salt will help break down the odor causing compounds in garlic.

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  1. Anonymous9:38 PM

    Some great tips here - I would never have thought of correcting unruly eyebrows by spritzing hair-spray. :)

  2. Anonymous3:33 PM

    You suggested a great tip to avoid vampire breath instantly. Great advice here!!


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