Photo: ThinkstockFind the Right Shade of Blush
Take a very brisk walk to the drugstore or department store. When you get there, look for a blush that matches your natural flush, says makeup artist Molly Stern. Here's where to start:
If your skin is fair, pastels (like baby pinks and peaches) work best.
If you have an olive complexion, try fuchsia and orangey tones.
If your skin is dark, choose a coppery or golden shade.
Photo: ThinkstockGet Rid of That Ponytail Crease
You know the bend that's left in your hair when you take a ponytail out of its elastic? Here's a trick for getting rid of it, from Tommy Buckett, a stylist at New York City's Marie Robinson Salon. Lightly dab a little water on the bend. Part your hair down the middle from front to back and separate each section in half. Then, with the nozzle of your blow-dryer directed down over a flat brush, run the brush through each section from roots to ends. (If you have curly hair, letRead More »from 4 Game-Changing Beauty Shortcuts