Cooking Spray Giving yourself a manicure? Grab a can of cooking spray from the kitchen after you’re done, and spray your nails from about six inches away. This helps dry the polish, and it keeps cuticles hydrated.   Read more: http://stylecaster.com/beauty/beauty-uses-for-household-items/#ixzz4Av3Xm7To

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Toothpaste We’ve all heard the one about toothpaste getting rid of zits, but did you know it also can be used to whiten yellowing nails? It works! Add in a few drops of lemon juice—a natural bleaching agent—for extra effects.   Read more: http://stylecaster.com/beauty/beauty-uses-for-household-items/#ixzz4Av3SmCoV

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BEER For fine hair, beer is an easy solution to obtaining thicker strands. After shampooing, rinse hair with a can of flat beer. The yeast plumps up the hair shaft, resulting with a more voluminous style. Just be sure to rinse well with plenty of water and conditioner after! http://www.aol.com/article/2015/07/29/skin-food-which-beauty-products-are-hiding-your-kitchen/20504925/

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APPLE JUICE This kiddie favorite can act as a natural toner and astringent. Apply to the face with cotton balls to tighten pores and restore your skin’s pH balance, restoring moisture to your skin where it needs it. http://www.aol.com/article/2015/07/29/skin-food-which-beauty-products-are-hiding-your-kitchen/20504925/  

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Peppermint Oil Found in every health food store, dab peppermint oil on lips—it’s the main ingredient in most pricey lip plumpers. If it’s too tingly for you, cut it with a little coconut oil or lip balm. Read more: http://stylecaster.com/beauty/beauty-uses-for-household-items/#ixzz4Av3e6u6J

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