D.I.Y. beauty: the celeb approved products you can make at home
While you might expect a celebrity beauty regime to come with a hefty price tag, there are some surprisingly simple secrets behind our favourite stars flawless looks. And the best part? You probably have all the ingredients in your kitchen cupboards already!
Here are a few of the best D.I.Y beauty hacks you need to try today.
Avocado face mask
For a glowing complexion, Miley Cyrus swears by an at home avocado face mask. Renowned for its skin saving properties, avocado doesn’t just taste great chopped up in your salad! Try mushing up the super food and applying it to your face for a brilliantly hydrating mask.
Rich in Vitamin A, is a natural source of Retinol, and Vitamin E, avocado helps fight signs of ageing and helps to combats damaging free radicals.
Strawberries to whiten teeth
Strawberries are naturally acidic, and so they can help to remove surface stains from your teeth. Mash a berry and rub it onto the teeth with your tooth brush for a brilliant natural whitener. This technique is loved by celebrities like Catherine Zeta Jones – and who wouldn’t like a little of her pearly white smile!
Coffee bean scrub
Ever envied Halle berry’s incredible complexion? The secret to her smooth skin may surprise you! Simply add a little ground coffee to your usual body wash for a cellulite fighting wonder scrub. The caffeine and exfoliation added by the beans promotes healthy circulation, which fends off the dreaded orange peel.
Mayonnaise as a hair treatment
Blake Lively’s luscious locks are simply to die for! But rather than hours spent at the salon, she credits a mayonnaise treatment for her gorgeous hair. "My mom taught me this really great beauty tip. She used to put oil or mayonnaise on the bottom half of her hair before she would shower. That way, when she would shampoo, the soap wouldn't strip the bottom of the hair and dry it out, making it brittle" the star has revealed.
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