BN Beauty Contributor Neni Stone has tried and tested a couple of beauty solutions to your everyday problems. From how how to soothe a dry nose to teeth whitening solutions, here are some solutions Neni has suggested.
When it comes to makeup, skin hair or any other beauty problem, chances are you need a solution fast, and discovering beauty solutions has become a bit of a hobby of mine.
So, I’ve collected my favorites below to help you the next time you’re in need of a quick beauty fix.
Just be sure not to stick the tube up your nose and then use it on your lips (because that’s just gross!).
Extra tip: A clean toothbrush can also be one of the best tools for de-clumping mascara.
There you have it, 10 beauty remedies that can help you out on a daily basis. Ever tried any beauty solutions? Be sure to share your experiences with us.
DISCLAIMER: The content provided was solely created and tested by Neni Stone.
Neni Stone runs a natural beauty and wellness blog. Using herself as a guinea pig, she has been compiling recipes and remedies since she was fifteen years old. Today, she has compiled almost a thousand recipes and has no intentions of stopping any time soon! Visit her blog “Neni’s Naija“
At left: "The prettiest quilted silk coat, in a happy-go-flower print. Shaped, belted, and perfect over every little thing you wear for evening. Originala. About $395" (about $2,273 in today's dollar.) Mr. John hat, Graff watch, Golo boots worn over striped stockings.
At right: "The print is paisley, and it's got you covered. Black, red, pink silk with trumpet sleeves and a wide belt - Jacques Tiffeau's small evening dress. Abraham fabric. About $325" (that's $1,870 in today's dollar.) Wig by Halston, bracelets by Oscar de la Renta.
Photo by Gianni Penati for Vogue magazine, 1971.
Fashion editor, Diana Vreeland.
Harvey Berin is one of my favorite vintage labels. This stunning dress was sold by Bergdorf Goodman and featured in a full page ad in December of 1956.
"Out of the Blue by Harvey Berin $175
As fragile-looking as a snowflake drifting through the night. Our short evening dress of imported white French point d'esprit appliqued with pale blue French silk Chantilly lace embroidered with rhinestones. Heavenly dressing after dark for sizes 8 to 16. Ready-to-Wear Evening Gowns, Fourth Floor."
Point d'esprit is white lace netting with little polka dots woven into it. The blue Chantilly lace appliques were individually cut and appliqued onto the white point d'esprit base and the whole thing sparkles with rhinestones. Maybe someday I'll see this dress in person. For now, I have to dream about it.
$175 in 1956 is equal to about $1,502 in today's dollar!
Photo by Sharland for Bergdorf Goodman full page ad appearing in Harper's Bazaar, 1956.