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DEO BELIEVE IT 

Three surprising ways you can use deodorant… that don’t involve your armpits

There are other uses for deodorant – and none of them have anything to do with smell
WE all know it’s wise to apply deodorant before heading out into the big wide world.
But did you know that there are other uses for deodorant – and none of them have anything to do with smell?
There are other uses for deodorant – and none of them have anything to do with smell
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There are other uses for deodorant – and none of them have anything to do with smell
Here are three surprising uses for your antiperspirant that don’t involve your pits.

De-shine your face

If you suffer from oily patches on your face, use your fingers to apply a small amount of deodorant on to your cheeks, nose, forehead and any other places you’re prone to shine.
The same formula that helps to keep your pits nice and dry will also aid in controlling midday shine.
A bit of deodorant applied to your inner thighs can work wonders for chaffing
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A bit of deodorant applied to your inner thighs can work wonders for chaffing

Say ‘goodbye’ to thigh chaffing.

We’ve all been there – but a little deodorant can work wonders when it comes to preventing a painful chafe.
The next time you’re wearing as pencil skirt or form-fitting dress, try applying a small amount of your deodorant to your inner thighs – even Amy Schumer is a fan of the technique.


Blister prevention


Rub deodorant on the back of your heels (or anywhere else prone to rubbing) to prevent the dreaded new-shoe blister.
The deodorant act as a barrier, controlling friction and preventing sore spots. Genius.
Why not try this other quick and easy beauty hacks.

Three surprising ways you can use deodorant… that don’t involve your armpits

DEO BELIEVE IT 

Three surprising ways you can use deodorant… that don’t involve your armpits

There are other uses for deodorant – and none of them have anything to do with smell
WE all know it’s wise to apply deodorant before heading out into the big wide world.
But did you know that there are other uses for deodorant – and none of them have anything to do with smell?
There are other uses for deodorant – and none of them have anything to do with smell
ALAMY
2
There are other uses for deodorant – and none of them have anything to do with smell
Here are three surprising uses for your antiperspirant that don’t involve your pits.

De-shine your face

If you suffer from oily patches on your face, use your fingers to apply a small amount of deodorant on to your cheeks, nose, forehead and any other places you’re prone to shine.
The same formula that helps to keep your pits nice and dry will also aid in controlling midday shine.
A bit of deodorant applied to your inner thighs can work wonders for chaffing
ALAMY
2
A bit of deodorant applied to your inner thighs can work wonders for chaffing

Say ‘goodbye’ to thigh chaffing.

We’ve all been there – but a little deodorant can work wonders when it comes to preventing a painful chafe.
The next time you’re wearing as pencil skirt or form-fitting dress, try applying a small amount of your deodorant to your inner thighs – even Amy Schumer is a fan of the technique.


Blister prevention


Rub deodorant on the back of your heels (or anywhere else prone to rubbing) to prevent the dreaded new-shoe blister.
The deodorant act as a barrier, controlling friction and preventing sore spots. Genius.
Why not try this other quick and easy beauty hacks.

CREAM OF THE CROP 

Aldi’s anti-ageing skincare costs £220 less than its rival… but is it REALLY as good? The answer will surprise you, says skincare expert

The Lacura Vitacell range starts at £4.99, with an anti-ageing moisturiser just £6.99
MANY women aren’t interested in having cosmetic surgery, but that doesn’t mean they’re totally happy with the ageing process.
That’s where anti-ageing skincare comes in, but the problem is the products can be pricey.
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Aldi’s Lacura Vitacell range starts at just £4.99 for an eye cream
Budget supermarket Aldi has once again stepped up with its premium skincare range called Lacura Vitacell, which launches in store and online today.
There’s a moisturiser, eye cream and serum, and even better prices start at £4.99. So for less than a fiver you can nab the eye cream, or if you’re feeling like a big spender splash out £6.99 on the other two products.
The range is being touted as touted as an alternative for the MUCH more expensive La Prairie Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal range.
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It also includes a serum, seen here, which is just £6.99
The luxe beauty brand’s collection includes the Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Cream, which is £228 for 50ml – the same pot size as the Aldi product. There’s also an eye cream (£172) and serum (£228) making up the range.
So can something which is over £220 cheaper really do a similar job? We spoke to Georgios Tzenichristos, a cosmetic formulator who specialises in anti-ageing ingredients, to find out.
Georgios looked at the ingredients lists of each moisturiser to see how they compared.
He explained: “All in all I would say that in terms of both actives, emollients and functionals La Prairie is better, but not hugely.
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The Aldi line is being pitched as an alternative to La Prairie Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Cream, which is £228
“For the price point I would expect the ultimate face cream with the absolutely most expensive ingredients, costing £2,000 and £3,000.”
The expert, of LipoTherapeia, explained that the ingredients used in the Aldi cream aren’t “second class”, and the company could probably charge as much as £30 for its offering if it wanted to.

La Prairie has a much longer ingredients list, and it was pointed out that it does have more things to target anti-ageing.
But a lot of each brand’s makeup is actually very similar.
Georgios said: “Both creams contain emollients to moisturise the skin, functional actives for an immediate softness/plumping, and anti-ageing ingredients for long term results.
“La Prairie comes on top in the last two categories, but not by a huge margin.”
And so to the million dollar question – are the two creams really that similar?
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According to a skincare expert, the La Prairie cream does have better ingredients but is still very expensive
The expert said: “La Prairie is clearly a better cream, but the type of ingredients used in the concentrations used do not nearly justify the price.
“Buying this product is equivalent to buying a £10,000 Gucci bag: it’s great, but you do not pay £10k for a good bag, you buy into the branding. Nothing wrong with that of course…
“I would say that overall La Prairie is clearly better, but definitely not [over] 30 times better.”
The Sun Online has reached out to La Prairie for comment.
Also see: 

3 Easy Ways To Style Bangs, Fringes and Side Bangs


Aldi’s anti-ageing skincare costs £220 less than its rival

CREAM OF THE CROP 

Aldi’s anti-ageing skincare costs £220 less than its rival… but is it REALLY as good? The answer will surprise you, says skincare expert

The Lacura Vitacell range starts at £4.99, with an anti-ageing moisturiser just £6.99
MANY women aren’t interested in having cosmetic surgery, but that doesn’t mean they’re totally happy with the ageing process.
That’s where anti-ageing skincare comes in, but the problem is the products can be pricey.
aldis-anti-ageing-skincare-la-prairie
ALDI
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Aldi’s Lacura Vitacell range starts at just £4.99 for an eye cream
Budget supermarket Aldi has once again stepped up with its premium skincare range called Lacura Vitacell, which launches in store and online today.
There’s a moisturiser, eye cream and serum, and even better prices start at £4.99. So for less than a fiver you can nab the eye cream, or if you’re feeling like a big spender splash out £6.99 on the other two products.
The range is being touted as touted as an alternative for the MUCH more expensive La Prairie Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal range.
aldis-anti-ageing-skincare-la-prairie
ALDI
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It also includes a serum, seen here, which is just £6.99
The luxe beauty brand’s collection includes the Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Cream, which is £228 for 50ml – the same pot size as the Aldi product. There’s also an eye cream (£172) and serum (£228) making up the range.
So can something which is over £220 cheaper really do a similar job? We spoke to Georgios Tzenichristos, a cosmetic formulator who specialises in anti-ageing ingredients, to find out.
Georgios looked at the ingredients lists of each moisturiser to see how they compared.
He explained: “All in all I would say that in terms of both actives, emollients and functionals La Prairie is better, but not hugely.
aldis-anti-ageing-skincare-la-prairie
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The Aldi line is being pitched as an alternative to La Prairie Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Cream, which is £228
“For the price point I would expect the ultimate face cream with the absolutely most expensive ingredients, costing £2,000 and £3,000.”
The expert, of LipoTherapeia, explained that the ingredients used in the Aldi cream aren’t “second class”, and the company could probably charge as much as £30 for its offering if it wanted to.

La Prairie has a much longer ingredients list, and it was pointed out that it does have more things to target anti-ageing.
But a lot of each brand’s makeup is actually very similar.
Georgios said: “Both creams contain emollients to moisturise the skin, functional actives for an immediate softness/plumping, and anti-ageing ingredients for long term results.
“La Prairie comes on top in the last two categories, but not by a huge margin.”
And so to the million dollar question – are the two creams really that similar?
aldis-anti-ageing-skincare-la-prairie
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According to a skincare expert, the La Prairie cream does have better ingredients but is still very expensive
The expert said: “La Prairie is clearly a better cream, but the type of ingredients used in the concentrations used do not nearly justify the price.
“Buying this product is equivalent to buying a £10,000 Gucci bag: it’s great, but you do not pay £10k for a good bag, you buy into the branding. Nothing wrong with that of course…
“I would say that overall La Prairie is clearly better, but definitely not [over] 30 times better.”
The Sun Online has reached out to La Prairie for comment.
Also see: 

3 Easy Ways To Style Bangs, Fringes and Side Bangs



'THINK ABOUT HOW MULTI-PURPOSE IT IS' 

Beauty blogger Chloe Morello uses a vibrator to apply her makeup… with surprising results

Bloggers Chloe Morello and Laura Lee used £24 sex toys to see if would help to apply their foundation
MOST women will try anything in order to achieve flawless skin with their make-up.
From brushes, special sponges to even pieces of silicone, they have all been touted as they best way to apply foundation.
 
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Beauty bloggers test applying their make up using a vibrator and love the results
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Beauty bloggers Chloe Morello and Laura Lee, who decided to test out applying their foundation with vibrators
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Chloe admitted that she bought the £24 vibrators from a sex shop and wanted to use them to apply make up
But one beauty blogger has found another item to use to put on her foundation - a vibrator.
Australian-based Chloe Morello has uploaded a video on her YouTube channel of her applying her make-up using a $40 (£24) vibrator she picked up in a sex shop.
Along with friend Laura Lee, the pair smear their foundation over their faces before using the sex toy to blend it out.
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The pair then smeared some of their foundation across their faces before using the vibrator to blend it out
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At first, both make-up gurus were apprehensive about the type of finish the vibrator would give
At the beginning of the video, Chloe admits she was inspired to use the vibrator after seeing similar vibrating make-up applicators.
Both bloggers then test out the vibrators on their faces to see how strong they would be.

And Laura, an American beauty blogger remarked: "This feels so good, it's like massaging my head."
The pair then grab their bottles of foundation and smear it over their faces, before using the sex toys to blend it into their skin.
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At first Laura admitted her reservations about using the unusual tool to blend out her make-up
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From the start Chloe said she loved the look of her make-up, saying "look how good my skin looks"
At first Laura admits her reservations about using the vibrator saying: "Wow, it is dragging product, it looks super interesting.'
But Chloe seems delighted with the result adding: "Mine looks good, look how good my skin looks!"
And as the two make-up gurus finish blending out the product, both seem surprised by the results.
Chloe said: "My skin feels like real skin! I have nothing bad to say." And Laura added: "I like it, I really do."
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But by the end of their test, both beauty bloggers agreed using a vibrator to apply foundation gave great results
Also see: 

Learn How to Lighten Dark Lips With These 5 Home Remedies



Beauty blogger Chloe Morello uses a vibrator to apply her makeup… with surprising results

'THINK ABOUT HOW MULTI-PURPOSE IT IS' 

Beauty blogger Chloe Morello uses a vibrator to apply her makeup… with surprising results

Bloggers Chloe Morello and Laura Lee used £24 sex toys to see if would help to apply their foundation
MOST women will try anything in order to achieve flawless skin with their make-up.
From brushes, special sponges to even pieces of silicone, they have all been touted as they best way to apply foundation.
 
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Beauty bloggers test applying their make up using a vibrator and love the results
beauty-blogger-chloe-morello-uses-a-vibrator-to-apply-her-makeup-with-surprising-results
YOUTUBE: CHLOE MORELLO
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Beauty bloggers Chloe Morello and Laura Lee, who decided to test out applying their foundation with vibrators
beauty-blogger-chloe-morello-uses-a-vibrator-to-apply-her-makeup-with-surprising-results
YOUTUBE: CHLOE MORELLO
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Chloe admitted that she bought the £24 vibrators from a sex shop and wanted to use them to apply make up
But one beauty blogger has found another item to use to put on her foundation - a vibrator.
Australian-based Chloe Morello has uploaded a video on her YouTube channel of her applying her make-up using a $40 (£24) vibrator she picked up in a sex shop.
Along with friend Laura Lee, the pair smear their foundation over their faces before using the sex toy to blend it out.
beauty-blogger-chloe-morello-uses-a-vibrator-to-apply-her-makeup-with-surprising-results
YOUTUBE: CHLOE MORELLO
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The pair then smeared some of their foundation across their faces before using the vibrator to blend it out
beauty-blogger-chloe-morello-uses-a-vibrator-to-apply-her-makeup-with-surprising-results
YOUTUBE: CHLOE MORELLO
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At first, both make-up gurus were apprehensive about the type of finish the vibrator would give
At the beginning of the video, Chloe admits she was inspired to use the vibrator after seeing similar vibrating make-up applicators.
Both bloggers then test out the vibrators on their faces to see how strong they would be.

And Laura, an American beauty blogger remarked: "This feels so good, it's like massaging my head."
The pair then grab their bottles of foundation and smear it over their faces, before using the sex toys to blend it into their skin.
beauty-blogger-chloe-morello-uses-a-vibrator-to-apply-her-makeup-with-surprising-results
YOUTUBE: CHLOE MORELLO
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At first Laura admitted her reservations about using the unusual tool to blend out her make-up
beauty-blogger-chloe-morello-uses-a-vibrator-to-apply-her-makeup-with-surprising-results
YOUTUBE: CHLOE MORELLO
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From the start Chloe said she loved the look of her make-up, saying "look how good my skin looks"
At first Laura admits her reservations about using the vibrator saying: "Wow, it is dragging product, it looks super interesting.'
But Chloe seems delighted with the result adding: "Mine looks good, look how good my skin looks!"
And as the two make-up gurus finish blending out the product, both seem surprised by the results.
Chloe said: "My skin feels like real skin! I have nothing bad to say." And Laura added: "I like it, I really do."
beauty-blogger-chloe-morello-uses-a-vibrator-to-apply-her-makeup-with-surprising-results
YOUTUBE: CHLOE MORELLO
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But by the end of their test, both beauty bloggers agreed using a vibrator to apply foundation gave great results
Also see: 

Learn How to Lighten Dark Lips With These 5 Home Remedies





TIME TO DITCH THAT SLAP? 

You can keep lipstick for two years but mascara only lasts FOUR MONTHS… Here is the definitive list of make-up shelf lives

Have you been harbouring your foundation, lip gloss and mascara for too long?

Plenty of women are self-confessed beauty hoarders, but now experts have warned that not ditching your old makeup can be bad for you – as out of date products may cause irritation and infection.

Experts have revealed how long your makeup really lasts and it might surprise you
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Experts have revealed how long your makeup really lasts and it might surprise you

The symbol to look out for on the product is the outline of an open jar.
This includes the letter ‘m’, which means month, and a number before it, which stands for the amount of months you can keep it once opened.
Joanne Dodds from Hairtrade.com said: “I’m sure most of us will admit to not checking regularly and having much loved items lurking in your makeup bag for years.
“Whilst it doesn’t harm you to use some out-of-date makeup products, some provide moisture which bacteria thrives on, and mascara and eyeliner can cause eye irritations or infections.”

Here’s when you should be ditching your favourite products, according to Joanne:

Makeup sponges: 1 month

Wash them after you use them and then give them the chuck after one month.

Mascara: 4 to 6 months

Most mascara tubes are labelled to have a shelf life of between four and six months.
But, as it comes into contact with your eyes, it’s important to throw away mascara once it’s been open for three months to prevent bacteria causing irritation and infection.
To make your product last longer, don’t pump it, never add water and definitely chuck it if it’s dried out.

You should only keep your make up sponges one month before you chuck them
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You should only keep your make up sponges one month before you chuck them

Cream blush/eye shadow: 6 months

Products that are creamy only last about six months as they have more moisture for bacteria to thrive on – so keep an eye out for mould, smell or separation and give them the boot if they start to look a bit odd.

Eyeliner: 6 months – 1 year

Liquid eyeliner keeps for up to six months, as it’s susceptible to bacteria.
However, pencil liners will keep for up to two years if the cap is kept on firmly – but if you’ve suffered an eye infection, you should always throw away the eyeliners you’ve been using.

Eyeshadow will last up to two years, according to experts
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Eyeshadow will last up to two years, according to experts
Also see: 

Learn How to Lighten Dark Lips With These 5 Home Remedies



Foundation: 1 year

Liquid and cream foundations only last between six to 12 months as they are made up of oils, water and other hydrating agents that increase bacteria.
But your powder foundation will last up to two years.

Lip Gloss: 1 year

Don’t pump the wand and get well rid if it’s discoloured, starts to smell or has got thicker.

Experts say you should chuck your lipgloss after one year
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Experts say you should chuck your lipgloss after one year

Nail Polish: 1 year

Nail polish goes out of date as air causes the liquid to evaporate, thicken and separate.
So, while it may be tempting tohoarde your favourite shades, they just don’t last.

Concealer: 12 – 18 months

If it’s dried out, changed texture or becomes clumpy and smelly, chuck it.

Liquid foundation will last up to six months, while powders will last longer
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Liquid foundation will last up to six months, while powders will last longer

Powder/ Blush/ Bronzer/ Eye Shadow: 18 months – 2 years

Although they’ve got a shelf life, powders will probably be fine even after they’ve expired – they might just be a little trickier to use if they harden.

Lipstick: 18 months – 2 years

Look after them and they’ll last – just give them a clean with a wipe occasionally to remove bacteria.

Fragrances: 8 – 10 years

In fact, they can last even longer if you store them away from strong lights and keep the lid on between uses.

you can keep lipstick for two years but mascara only lasts four months


TIME TO DITCH THAT SLAP? 

You can keep lipstick for two years but mascara only lasts FOUR MONTHS… Here is the definitive list of make-up shelf lives

Have you been harbouring your foundation, lip gloss and mascara for too long?

Plenty of women are self-confessed beauty hoarders, but now experts have warned that not ditching your old makeup can be bad for you – as out of date products may cause irritation and infection.

Experts have revealed how long your makeup really lasts and it might surprise you
GETTY IMAGES
5
Experts have revealed how long your makeup really lasts and it might surprise you

The symbol to look out for on the product is the outline of an open jar.
This includes the letter ‘m’, which means month, and a number before it, which stands for the amount of months you can keep it once opened.
Joanne Dodds from Hairtrade.com said: “I’m sure most of us will admit to not checking regularly and having much loved items lurking in your makeup bag for years.
“Whilst it doesn’t harm you to use some out-of-date makeup products, some provide moisture which bacteria thrives on, and mascara and eyeliner can cause eye irritations or infections.”

Here’s when you should be ditching your favourite products, according to Joanne:

Makeup sponges: 1 month

Wash them after you use them and then give them the chuck after one month.

Mascara: 4 to 6 months

Most mascara tubes are labelled to have a shelf life of between four and six months.
But, as it comes into contact with your eyes, it’s important to throw away mascara once it’s been open for three months to prevent bacteria causing irritation and infection.
To make your product last longer, don’t pump it, never add water and definitely chuck it if it’s dried out.

You should only keep your make up sponges one month before you chuck them
GETTY IMAGES
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You should only keep your make up sponges one month before you chuck them

Cream blush/eye shadow: 6 months

Products that are creamy only last about six months as they have more moisture for bacteria to thrive on – so keep an eye out for mould, smell or separation and give them the boot if they start to look a bit odd.

Eyeliner: 6 months – 1 year

Liquid eyeliner keeps for up to six months, as it’s susceptible to bacteria.
However, pencil liners will keep for up to two years if the cap is kept on firmly – but if you’ve suffered an eye infection, you should always throw away the eyeliners you’ve been using.

Eyeshadow will last up to two years, according to experts
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Eyeshadow will last up to two years, according to experts
Also see: 

Learn How to Lighten Dark Lips With These 5 Home Remedies



Foundation: 1 year

Liquid and cream foundations only last between six to 12 months as they are made up of oils, water and other hydrating agents that increase bacteria.
But your powder foundation will last up to two years.

Lip Gloss: 1 year

Don’t pump the wand and get well rid if it’s discoloured, starts to smell or has got thicker.

Experts say you should chuck your lipgloss after one year
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Experts say you should chuck your lipgloss after one year

Nail Polish: 1 year

Nail polish goes out of date as air causes the liquid to evaporate, thicken and separate.
So, while it may be tempting tohoarde your favourite shades, they just don’t last.

Concealer: 12 – 18 months

If it’s dried out, changed texture or becomes clumpy and smelly, chuck it.

Liquid foundation will last up to six months, while powders will last longer
GETTY IMAGES
5
Liquid foundation will last up to six months, while powders will last longer

Powder/ Blush/ Bronzer/ Eye Shadow: 18 months – 2 years

Although they’ve got a shelf life, powders will probably be fine even after they’ve expired – they might just be a little trickier to use if they harden.

Lipstick: 18 months – 2 years

Look after them and they’ll last – just give them a clean with a wipe occasionally to remove bacteria.

Fragrances: 8 – 10 years

In fact, they can last even longer if you store them away from strong lights and keep the lid on between uses.

IS THAT A PUCKERSO? 

Make-up artist creates incredible lip art scenes from your favourite films

Australian Jazmina Daniel's pouty designs of Jaws, Titanic and Finding Nemo take up to four hours to paint
FOR most of us, a slash of gloss is the extent of our lip art skills.
But not so Jazmina Daniel – who recreates famous movies on her mouth and shares her incredible creations with her million-plus Instagram followers.
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Paint Pott… a wizard conjuring of specsy movie favourite Harry Potter
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Made Up… these colourful balloons from the hit animation are Pixar perfect
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Bite sized… this Jaws design would be sure to give the dentist a bit of a start
The 25-year-old artist from Sydney paints scenes from films as well as art and nature on her pout and then explains how to do it via YouTube tutorials.

She’s painted scenes from Jaws, Harry Potter, Finding Nemo and Up, and even celebrated Beyonce‘s recent baby news with a delicately-drawn tribute.
Jazmina began the project while ill with a brain tumour, which she later had cut out.
She said: “I’d spend my days inside creating different designs on my face, and then my lips”.
Her creations can take up to four hours to paint, and often asks her huge social media following to choose what designs they want to see next.
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Joker in the peck… you’d not want a kiss from Heath Ledger’s character
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Looking sharp… Johnny Depp gets a bite part in Edward Scissorhands remake
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Pop art… when Beyonce posed with her baby bump, Jazmina paid tribute

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Fish ‘n’ lips… but no jokes about trout pouts, please – Nemo’s a clownfish

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Cub pout… this Lion King masterpiece captures all the magic of the Disney movie

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Hallow there… golly goth, it’s the spooky Nightmare Before Christmas
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Lip liner… Titanic star Kate Winslet might suit this look
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Two faced… this intricate design shows both sides of Disney’s Mulan
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Painted lady… Audrey Hepburn would have loved this Breakfast at Tiffany’s inspired look
Also see: 

Learn How to Lighten Dark Lips With These 5 Home Remedies




Make-up artist creates incredible lip art scenes from your favourite films

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Make-up artist creates incredible lip art scenes from your favourite films

Australian Jazmina Daniel's pouty designs of Jaws, Titanic and Finding Nemo take up to four hours to paint
FOR most of us, a slash of gloss is the extent of our lip art skills.
But not so Jazmina Daniel – who recreates famous movies on her mouth and shares her incredible creations with her million-plus Instagram followers.
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Paint Pott… a wizard conjuring of specsy movie favourite Harry Potter
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Made Up… these colourful balloons from the hit animation are Pixar perfect
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Bite sized… this Jaws design would be sure to give the dentist a bit of a start
The 25-year-old artist from Sydney paints scenes from films as well as art and nature on her pout and then explains how to do it via YouTube tutorials.

She’s painted scenes from Jaws, Harry Potter, Finding Nemo and Up, and even celebrated Beyonce‘s recent baby news with a delicately-drawn tribute.
Jazmina began the project while ill with a brain tumour, which she later had cut out.
She said: “I’d spend my days inside creating different designs on my face, and then my lips”.
Her creations can take up to four hours to paint, and often asks her huge social media following to choose what designs they want to see next.
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Joker in the peck… you’d not want a kiss from Heath Ledger’s character
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Looking sharp… Johnny Depp gets a bite part in Edward Scissorhands remake
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Pop art… when Beyonce posed with her baby bump, Jazmina paid tribute

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Fish ‘n’ lips… but no jokes about trout pouts, please – Nemo’s a clownfish

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Cub pout… this Lion King masterpiece captures all the magic of the Disney movie

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Hallow there… golly goth, it’s the spooky Nightmare Before Christmas
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Lip liner… Titanic star Kate Winslet might suit this look
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Two faced… this intricate design shows both sides of Disney’s Mulan
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Painted lady… Audrey Hepburn would have loved this Breakfast at Tiffany’s inspired look
Also see: 

Learn How to Lighten Dark Lips With These 5 Home Remedies





MISSED OUT THE FIRST TIME? 

Zara is launching a new version of last year’s sell-out blue coat… and this time it’s in red

The £69.99 frayed jacket is back on the rails, but it has been given a red makeover



And now that Zara coat is back in stores but this time it has been given a red makeover.
A £69.99 Zara coat that sent shoppers into a frenzy last year has been relaunched and this time it is in red
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A £69.99 Zara coat that sent shoppers into a frenzy last year has been relaunched and this time it is in red
The £69.99 jacket, called the ‘frayed printed coat’ is back on the rails of the high street chain after it caused a frenzy last year.
But shoppers are being warned they will have to be quick if they want to snap it up, as it is predicted to fly off the shelves.
It is believed that Zara decided to bring back the coat for the spring after seeing how popular it was last year.
Last year, the coat was in blue and was spotted on women all over London
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Last year, the coat was in blue and was spotted on women all over London
The item went viral after Londoner Alice Francis first spotted a woman wearing it at the Chelsea Flower Show.
And after her first encounter with the coat, Alice began noticing it absolutely everywhere.

On her blog, she explained that she’d observed: “A blue and white printed coat worn by women all over London. It’s as though they are in a secret club.
“And once you know you’ll start seeing it – sitting next to you on the tube, buying a Pret sandwich, sitting in the pew next to you at the wedding…”
Alice then started posting snaps of the Zara jacket on Instagram and dozens of other social media users have submitted their sightings of the popular clothing item.
Using the hashtag #thecoat fashion fans have been sharing snaps of women they’ve spotted sporting the cult item.
But it is not the only high street garment that has sparked a frenzy. It has been revealed that Topshop has a £36 item that they sell every 10 seconds.
While a £4 Beauty and the Beast Chip purse has sold out at Primark stores.

Zara is launching a new version of last year’s sell-out blue coat

MISSED OUT THE FIRST TIME? 

Zara is launching a new version of last year’s sell-out blue coat… and this time it’s in red

The £69.99 frayed jacket is back on the rails, but it has been given a red makeover



And now that Zara coat is back in stores but this time it has been given a red makeover.
A £69.99 Zara coat that sent shoppers into a frenzy last year has been relaunched and this time it is in red
ZARA
2
A £69.99 Zara coat that sent shoppers into a frenzy last year has been relaunched and this time it is in red
The £69.99 jacket, called the ‘frayed printed coat’ is back on the rails of the high street chain after it caused a frenzy last year.
But shoppers are being warned they will have to be quick if they want to snap it up, as it is predicted to fly off the shelves.
It is believed that Zara decided to bring back the coat for the spring after seeing how popular it was last year.
Last year, the coat was in blue and was spotted on women all over London
ZARA
2
Last year, the coat was in blue and was spotted on women all over London
The item went viral after Londoner Alice Francis first spotted a woman wearing it at the Chelsea Flower Show.
And after her first encounter with the coat, Alice began noticing it absolutely everywhere.

On her blog, she explained that she’d observed: “A blue and white printed coat worn by women all over London. It’s as though they are in a secret club.
“And once you know you’ll start seeing it – sitting next to you on the tube, buying a Pret sandwich, sitting in the pew next to you at the wedding…”
Alice then started posting snaps of the Zara jacket on Instagram and dozens of other social media users have submitted their sightings of the popular clothing item.
Using the hashtag #thecoat fashion fans have been sharing snaps of women they’ve spotted sporting the cult item.
But it is not the only high street garment that has sparked a frenzy. It has been revealed that Topshop has a £36 item that they sell every 10 seconds.
While a £4 Beauty and the Beast Chip purse has sold out at Primark stores.