11 Genius Makeup Tricks That Are Going to Save You So Much Time and Money

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With the influence of Instagram and YouTube beauty gurus growing by the day, it’s safe to say that we are pretty much living in a new age of glamor. If you follow these social media darlings, you know they are always testing different makeup applications in ways that we could have never thought upourselves!

Because delivering all of the best tips and tricks to you is kind of our M.O., we’ve gathered the 11 absolute best buzzworthy makeup hacks that we could find. Some of these may SOUND a bit weird, but we promise that each and every one will save you time and, in many cases, a whole lot of dough! For full tutorials, be sure to follow the links below.

  1. Earn your wings

    Just because winged liner is the bee’s knees doesn’t mean it’s easy to apply—unless you have this office supply on your side! Simply tape off the shape you’d like to create and fill in the blank space with your favorite liquid eyeliner. Super simple retro glam!

  2. Get squeaky clean brushes without an extra cleanser

    Who needs a pricey makeup brush cleanser when you can get your beauty tools squeaky clean with an ordinary bar of soap? Just wet, swish, and rinse until the water is clear!

  3. Use a spoon for a perfect “everything”

    When we were first told to include a spoon in our makeup kit, we balked at the idea. Why would we need a utensil in there? Well, as it turns out, a common teaspoon works as the perfect contouring tool, lash curler, and cat eye stencil. Who knew?!

  4. Exfoliate your pout with a mascara brush

    Get a silky smooth set of lips by dipping a clean mascara brush into either a DIY or store-bought lip scrub. A clean palette makes for super simple lipstick application!

  5. Don’t settle for smudge-y mascara

    There’s nothing more powerful than long lashes, but they sure can be hard to achieve without the help of cotton swabs and makeup remover! To fix this problem, slip a thin tissue between your lower lash line and under eye area before swiping on the mascara. Simple, yet effective!

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