What’s the smartest beauty trick you’ve ever learned?

Talking Points

By Jess Blumberg Mayhugh - January 2014

Smart Beauty Tricks

Talking Points

By Jess Blumberg Mayhugh - January 2014

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“How to properly contour and highlight, without looking overdone.”

Kristin Lee Magro, sales and marketing coordinator, Baltimore Sun Media Group

“Heat your eyelash curler for 10 seconds prior to using. It holds curl and acts similar to your curling iron.”
Susan Paulson, stay-at-home mom

“Use a drop of Visine to take the red out of a pimple or blemish.”
Nina Kasniunas, assistant professor, Goucher College

“Ignore beauty trends and expensive crap that doesn’t work. Learn to love myself. Eat a healthy diet and drink lots of water.”
Anne Fresia, senior research subjects specialist, The Johns Hopkins University

“Using toothpaste for a breakout. Gone by the morning!”
William Grace, director of catering, Westin Annapolis Hotel


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