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  3. What happens when you combine technology with productivity? Productivity becomes a breeze. You could easily double or even triple your productivity using the right tools. The problem is, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of apps to check out everything from laptop and mobile apps to browser extensions. How can you cut through the noise and know the best few to choose from? Frankly, it’s hard. That’s why I created this post. I’m sharing the best apps I’ve tested over the past year. Are you ready to tackle these apps? Trello Do you have a team and want to get everyone in sync to move your project along more quickly? Check out Trello ASAP. Your team will know which tasks to tackle first and who’s working on what so that two team members don’t do the same task. Plus, you’ll know what’s done so that you can celebrate it at the end of the week or the end of the project. The free plan is more than enough when you’re starting out, but the company does offer different plans. Asana. Want to create a simple to-do list with detailed sub-tasks, and make it easy to know what to tackle next? Asana is your go-to tool. It can also function the same way as Trello for synchronizing team members together. You can test it and find out what’s right for you. Google Keep. Want to create notes and have a way to sync them on all your devices? Check out, Google Keep. What I like about this tool is its simplicity. Just open the app, take notes, and you’re done. You can color code them, too. And the best part is that it’s available on all platforms. Pocket. Do you find a lot of great articles in the middle of your work? You don’t want to miss the great info in the articles, but you want to stay focused on your work, right? Then Pocket will help you accomplish this. Again, it’s available on all platforms, and with a click of a button, your article is saved so you can read it later in the day or on the weekend. Fantastical 2. Fantastical is a great calendar app that’s built for the iOS platform. I’ve been testing it on my Mac for more than a month now, and I’m in love with it. Want a simple and flexible calendar app? This is the app you’ve been searching for. Evernote. One of the most popular productivity apps is Evernote. It’s great for taking notes, organizing them and finding what you want in a matter of seconds. I like the scanning feature. It’s definitely a tool you need to check out. Slack. This is another great app to manage your team and increase your efficiency. The best part about Slack is its integration capability and its search functions – and its generous free plan. RescueTime. Want to know where are you’re spending your time on your laptop and make sure that you’re not wasting it? Then you need to install RescueTime and wait for your first report. After using it for three months, I noticed that I spend a lot of time on YouTube, so I blocked that site out for the entire workday. The next month, I got twice as much done. Site Block. Remember how I said that I blocked YouTube to get more done without working more? Site Block is the tool I use. The best part is that it shows you how many times you tried to access the site while it was blocked. It confirmed to me that I was right about blocking YouTube. Buffer. Updating all your profiles to keep them active and to keep your followers engaged is a time-consuming process. Enter Buffer. With a click of a button, you can schedule posts on different social media platforms. The best part? You can schedule to share posts from within the post itself with the Chrome extension. Definitely, check it out. WriteRoom. Writing is a task that I need to do more often. What if you could just focus and write more without any distraction? WriteRoom helps you do just that. 1password. Do you waste time trying to remember your password for Twitter or keep writing down the password to your Facebook account? You don’t need to do that anymore. With 1password, you only need to remember the master password of 1password, and with a click of a button, you can sign into any of your accounts on any site. Don’t waste any more time trying to remember passwords. IFTTT. What if you could automate a lot of stuff so you wouldn’t have to do it manually? What if you could send an email to yourself with book sales on Apple book every week? Want to turn lights in your room on at specific times? Need to sync Instagram photos with Pinterest without doing anything? Sounds like some kind of sci-fi dream, right? It can be a reality with IFTTT, which is an acronym for “If This, Then That.” You can’t imagine what you can automate until you try this tool. Sleepyti.me. Are you tired of waking up tired one day and refreshed the next day even though you slept less? Are you aware that there is science behind how much to sleep and when to wake up, but you don’t want to dive deep into this stuff? Then simply use the Sleepyti.me app. It’s a website where you plug in when you want to wake up and it shows you the different times you should go to bed. Don’t wake up tired again. Forest App. I saved the best for last. You know about the Pomodoro technique, right? What about an engaging way to help you apply this technique? That’s what this app is all about. As you start and go through your session, a plant is planted, and it starts to grow as you progress through your session. When you’re done, you have a tree in front of you. As you go through more sessions, you’ll be growing more and more trees. So do it.
  4. You know 7 steps to becoming a millionaire: Develop a written financial plan Save, save, save Live below your means Lay off the credit Make your money work for you Start your own business Get professional advice But The important 10 Steps 1. Follow the money. In today’s economic environment you cannot save your way to millionaire status. The first step is to focus on increasing your income in increments and repeating that. . Start following the money and it will force you to control revenue and see opportunities. 2. Don’t show off -- show up! they didn’t buy their first luxury watch or car until their businesses and investments were producing multiple secure flows of income. They were still driving a Toyota Camry when they have become a millionaire. Be known for your work ethic, not the trinkets that you buy. 3. Save to invest, don’t save to save. The only reason to save money is to invest it. Put your saved money into secured, sacred (untouchable) accounts. Never use these accounts for anything, not even an emergency. This will force you to continue to follow step one (increase income). To this day, at least twice a year, 4. Avoid debt that doesn’t pay you. Make it a rule that you never use debt that won’t make you money. they borrowed money for a car only because they knew it could increase their income. Rich people use debt to leverage investments and grow cash flows. Poor people use debt to buy things that make rich people richer. 5. Treat money like a jealous lover. Millions wish for financial freedom, but only those that make it a priority have millions. To get rich and stay rich you will have to make it a priority. Money is like a jealous lover. Ignore it and it will ignore you, or worse, it will leave you for someone who makes it a priority. 6. Money doesn’t sleep. Money doesn’t know about clocks, schedules or holidays, and you shouldn’t either. Money loves people that have a great work ethic. The store closes at 7 p.m. Most times you could find them there at 11 p.m. making an extra sale. Never try to be the smartest or luckiest person -- just make sure you outwork everyone. 7. Poor makes no sense. I have been poor, and it sucks. I have had just enough and that sucks almost as bad. Eliminate any and all ideas that being poor is somehow OK. Bill Gates has said, "If you’re born poor, it’s not your mistake. But if you die poor, it is your mistake." 8. Get a millionaire mentor. Most of us were brought up middle class or poor and then hold ourselves to the limits and ideas of that group. I have been studying millionaires to duplicate what they did. Get your own personal millionaire mentor and study them. Most rich people are extremely generous with their knowledge and their resources. 9. Get your money to do the heavy lifting. Investing is the Holy Grail in becoming a millionaire and you should make more money off your investments than your work. If you don’t have surplus money you won’t make investments. The second company they started required a $50,000 investment. That company has paid them back that $50,000 every month for the last 10 years. Their third investment was in real estate, where they started with $350,000, a large part of my net worth at the time. they still own that property today and it continues to provide them with income. Investing is the only reason to do the other steps, and your money must work for you and do your heavy lifting. 10. Shoot for $10 million, not $1 million. The single biggest financial mistake I’ve made was not thinking big enough. I encourage you to go for more than a million. There is no shortage of money on this planet, only a shortage of people thinking big enough. Apply these 10 steps and they will make you rich. Steer clear of people that suggest your financial dreams are born of greed. Avoid get-rich-quick schemes, be ethical, never give up, and once you make it, be willing to help others get there too.
  5. In long race of professional journey, we intend to measure our performance and desire to get best outcomes. The focus is on results and we put our best efforts to achieve the same, however It is equally important to keep a consistent pace on up-skill activity. It is like keeping your tools pointed so that leverage upon the hard work you do can be taken for your performance. Up skills refers to add on the current skills which keep us moving with assertiveness and aggressiveness. The question is - How should we up-skill ourselves? Sharing with you the four steps which we all must take care of and practice them with utmost sincerity. 1 External training / certifications / education - This can be self-nominated or it can be also provided by the organization you work for. Whatever be the case is, the important point is to make most of it and don't ever just do it for just sake of doing it. Give time and prepare for such training - Do the elementary homework before appearing in such trainings such that you are on the same tuning the very first minute of the opportunity provided to you. Consistent Reading - The more you read the better you will be. It is the food that your brain needs - Reading newspapers, journals, magazines keeps you upfront with the latest innovations, practices in your industry. With consistent readings, the results can do wonders and one can start feeling a change in his/ her confidence within a month or so. In short consistent reading gives you the content. Ask others - We all are surrounded by our friends and colleagues - Share / Express & Discuss the better ways of doing the same thing. Everyone will be free to give 10 seconds to you and it’s up to you how can you make most of it. Remember to help others too. This can be done with colleagues in your office, your friends, online communities, networks. Reflect - Reflection is the key - Whatever you learn in above three steps - apply it. Try to bring them in practice. It can be in verbal communications, or it can be in your analysis activity. You can even write a blog of what you learnt today. This will give you chance to interact with others having similar interest. Without reflection, the learning are sure to fade. We are always sincere for the task we are given in office. On the other hand we have no other option else we might be fired, but when it comes to us, we seems to be lazy as we are the boss of our own and so no one will fire us. So the discipline in all above four steps with only come once you show same dedication as you show for the official task which you are paid for. In short it’s all about Self-management. Wish you long tern success in your professional journey!
  6. Most college students are living on a budget. If not, they’re likely students getting themselves into a cycle of debt.While neither is fun or easy, you can become smarter about the way you spend your money. Keep in mind that the key to financial success is being aware of how you’re spending your money. Also, know that there’s a difference between being cheap and having spending savvy. There’s nothing wrong with living within your means, rather than beyond. Stretch your dollar further with the following money-saving tips: Buy or rent used textbooks and sell last semester’s books back. Don’t make impulse purchases. Never go grocery shopping when you’re hungry. Limit the number of times you eat out monthly. Cut out vices – smoking and binge drinking are terrible for you and expensive. Always pay bills on time to avoid late fees. If you have a credit card, pay it off as quickly as possible. (It’s good to establish credit, but a bad credit score follows you everywhere.) Walk, use public transportation or ride a bike instead of having a car. Live with others so you can split rent and utilities. Cut out expensive cable packages you don’t need. Consider more basic phone packages or plans that include unlimited texting with free incoming calls Don’t buy the most expensive college meal plans. Figure out what you actually consume and get the correlating package. Shop where they offer student discounts. There are so many places that offer discounts to students with a school ID. Look into a campus gym versus a gym in town. Many colleges offer memberships for free or at a reduced rate for students. When planning meals, make dinner with friends and split the cost of groceries. Often times, you’ll be cooking too much for one person anyway! Sell what you no longer use or need. There are plenty of stores and web sites, like Poshmark and Craigslist, where you can sell your used clothing, furniture or tech items. Don’t buy unnecessary school supplies. Why buy cumbersome notebooks when you can type on your laptop? It’s better for the earth anyway! Don’t buy books you will only need for a short period of time – check them out from the library instead. Take advantage of what your campus has to offer in terms of activities, rather than spending money on going out. Many campuses have an array of museums, offer movie nights and other social events for cheaper or, sometimes, for free. Skip expensive spring break and summer trips – look into alternatives, like volunteering, instead. Wait to get a pet until after college – a pet can become very expensive. Not only do you have another mouth to feed, but veterinary bills are costly. If you love animals, there are plenty of shelters that need volunteers. Go to class. You’re paying for it and skipping is like throwing money out the window! Drink water. It’s free and better for you, anyway. Make your own coffee. While coffee shops are convenient, they charge hefty prices that really add up over time. Open a savings account that earns interest. Credit unions have fewer fees and are great for students. Use a free tool, like FinAid’s Student Budget Calculator or the one offered by Mint.com, to keep track of your finances. It’s harder to be frivolous when you see where your money is going. Never take out a loan for anything that’s unrelated to your education. Don’t buy music. Use the free services like Spotify or Pandora offer. Look into class requirements and the options for testing out of classes. Why pay for a class you could easily test out of? Consider becoming a resident advisor. Many get free room and board. Avoid buying name brand items. Purchase generic items whenever possible. They are exactly the same item, at a highly reduced price. You can even check the ingredients to make sure!
  7. 1. Staying in a comfortable job It's easy to get comfortable in a job you enjoy, or even seek out a position that aligns with your interests. For example, Osborn and Morris write in their book, a ski instructor who loves to ski or a bartender who loves to meet new people and be social. "All of these individuals are getting some subset of their needs met," they write. "But is it enough?" Osborn and Morris encourage you to use your learned skills to find interests outside of your comfort zone. "Building wealth is a contact sport. It requires movement, action, and impact. Be purposeful and build a network that takes you closer to your goals," they write. 2. Avoiding risk Fear is a universal feeling. Once you realize you're not alone in that feeling, "ask yourself, 'What is truly at risk?'" Osborn and Morris write. Remember, if it's a worthwhile endeavor, there will almost certainly be some sort of risk involved. "We're not going to sugarcoat this — building wealth involves taking risks," they write. "But it's overinflated compared to the risk of doing nothing. The biggest risk in life is not taking one." 3. Viewing wealth negatively We're all brought up around different attitudes about money, whether that's the idea that wealth is glamourous and unattainable, or that it's a sign of greed and corruption. Your ability to build wealth effectively hinges on these beliefs, Osborn and Morris said. "Celebrate your pursuit of wealth and look at it as a pathway to freedom. And, steer clear from those who think money is a dirty word," they write. 4. Giving up As with any challenge in life, you'll experience ups and downs in your pursuit of wealth. Those people who make it to the top are the ones who never quit. Osborn and Morris explain: "When you face a setback, you have a choice: You can jump ship by focusing on the sting of the loss or stay the course and reap the value of the lesson. "Just remember: You had courage before the loss, and now you have the power of more experience and information as you move forward." 5. Holding on to toxic friendships "How many people are best friends with their kindergarten buddies? Not many. Yet how many folks have a friend they won't cut loose, even though they are a negative influence?" Osborn and Morris ask these questions to emphasize that you have total control over who you surround yourself with. Ultimately, they say, don't get trapped in a "weak social circle." If you do find yourself there, be sensible enough to walk away. 6. Victimizing yourself Bad things happen every day and at times it may even feel like you're taking more hits than others. Did you lose money on your investment? Run your new business into the ground? That's going to be difficult to get through, but it's no excuse to victimize yourself, Osborn and Morris explain. "Victimhood leads to blame, apathy, and general malaise. It's hard to move forward with a positive vision when you are locked into an event from the past. Negativity tends to lead to inertia and despondence. Don't let a bad occurrence hold you back," they write. 7. Thinking you know it all Osborn and Morris quote Stephen Hawking to illustrate this point: "The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it's the illusion of knowledge." Thus, thinking you know all there is to know — the "expert syndrome," as they call it — hinders teachability and growth. In other words: We all, always, have something to learn.
  8. How to be elegant

    Elegance is not a word we often hear. Worse yet, it’s not one we often aspire to embody. We’re just trying to get the kids to school, run businesses, get to the office on time, clean the house, pay the bills, and put dinner on the table. Living elegantly? Refinement? Luxuriously? Who has time for that? Darling, I get it. Being a single mom and running a company definitely leaves me running around without makeup and my hair unkempt . . . on days. Yet, I know when I’m dressed my best, I am living my best. I miss the days when women sauntered down the streets, dressed simply and beautifully; when tables were set with a home cooked meal, candles, and ready for a 7:00 dinner spent with the entire family; when cultural refinement was not an option and resulted from time spent embarking on intellectual pursuits. Unfortunately . . . Elegance has become a lost art.And, for many, it’s an art form that many of us never learned. Like most women, I’ve had to learn the art of elegance. And, whether your eight or eighty, it’s always beautiful to be elegant. Absolutely! In fact, I’m going to challenge you that through elegance, your body, business and life will improve in quality. Why? Because . . .Elegance is a state of mind. As Dianne Vreeland said, “The only real elegance is in the mind; if you’ve got that, the rest really comes from it.” Regardless of your busy schedule, crammed wardrobe, or life circumstances, here are 50 ways to bring more elegance into your life starting right now: Start your day off with ease and intention. An elegant woman has a radiating inner peace. In other words, mental grooming is as important as the physical. Maintain good posture. Shoulders back and head held high. Keep a simple wardrobe with beautiful statement pieces. Have a signature meal that you can prepare at any given minute. Dine, don’t feed. Slow down and savor your meal. Do not smack gum in public — be limited in your use. (Sorry, this is a huge pet peeve of mine.) Put the cell phone/ electronics away while you’re sitting at the table. When you are in someone’s presence, really be with them. Even if it’s only for a minute, look them in the eyes and offer them grace and attentiveness. Learn the basics of proper wine service. Keep your nails manicured. Don’t complain. Be kind with your words about others. If you’re going to talk about someone behind their back, say something good. Accept compliments gracefully. Do more of what comes naturally to you. Where there’s ease, there’s elegance. Tip generously. Give creative and thoughtful gifts. They need not be expensive. Keep a secret garden. It’s not necessary to share your entire life story with a complete stranger. Discretion is elegant. Use your manners and be polite– don’t forget your please’s and thank you’s. Remember that silence can be stunning. Eat beautiful foods in moderation. Don’t stuff yourself. Use subtle makeup. Enhance your natural beauty, don’t try to hide it. Choose an elegant icon. Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly and among my favorite elegant ladies. Now, we have the lovely Kate Middleton as a role model for our younger ladies. Have a signature scent that expresses your feminine essence. Speak eloquently and thoughtfully. There’s nothing elegant about the loud, obnoxious tourist. And, don’t be that lady who swears every other word. Save those expressions for when they are truly warranted. Don’t lose your cool in public. Remember: breathe. Scream later in private, if you need. Move gracefully through life… in heels and without. Learn to adore yourself. Elegance and self-loathing don’t mix. Keep a sense of humor. Never take yourself or life too seriously. Tidy up. Keep your spaces (work, home, car, … ) neat and tidy. Have dreams and live passionately. Have boundaries. Gracefully stand against people who don’t offer you the respect you deserve. Keep fresh flowers in the home. They are nature’s Chanel. Saunter, not speed walk, throughout your day. Life is not a race (unless you’re at the gym). Send thank you notes. Everyone likes getting them. Study the arts. Bring intelligent and refined conversation to the table. Learn some French. If possible, learn from the French. Wear scarves. This video will show you 25 ways to do so. Simplify. Simplify. Simplify. Listen to elegant music. Here’s a playlist for you. Dress for your destiny … even if you’re merely taking a trip to the grocery store. Sip your drink, don’t guzzle it down like it’s the last you’ll ever have. Be responsible for your own happiness. It’s too much pressure to put on others. Have a heart of gratitude, especially when you think that there’s nothing to appreciate. There always is. Apologize sincerely. If you’re going to say “I’m sorry,” make sure it’s warranted. Wear your tennis shoes to work out. Choose great shoes for every other occasion. Remember: you don’t have to have money to be elegant. It’s a mindset, not a shopping budget. Choose quality over quantity. Travel. It does wonders for your personal enrichment. Know who you are, what you love and what you don’t. This doesn’t happen overnight, but you can start in this moment creating an intimate relationship with yourself. Comment below and share your elegant tips!
  9. Investing, as with anything in life, benefits from an early start. The earlier you begin planning for retirement, the greater your potential return on investment. This holds true for both civilians and military members. By taking advantage of your youth, you can get a head start on saving for your future. However, if you’re not sure about the benefits of early investing, here are five reasons why it’s best to start sooner than later. 1. Time allows you to take risks Typically, when it comes to investing, ventures that are more volatile yield the highest return on investment. Investors, who have the time to recover if something were to go wrong, have the opportunity to make riskier moves. Those who begin to invest late in life are often inherently more cautious with how they invest their money. 2. Compound interest really makes a difference Essentially, compound interest is the interest earned on interest. By continuously reinvesting your earnings, you are exponentially increasing your return on investment. Savvy investors understand the benefits of investing early and taking advantage of the potential gains from compound interest. To help you understand how time and compound interest are related, here’s an example: Twenty-five year old Madison invests $2,000 annually over 10 years in her company’s 401(k), with an average growth of 10 percent. When she retires, at the age of 65, her investment would have grown to $556,197. On the other hand consider Cooper, age 34, who invests $2,000 annually over 30 years into his 401(k). At age 65, Cooper who has invested three times as much as Madison, will have $328,988 in his retirement account. In this example, Madison, who began investing early and gave her money time to earn compound interest has $225,000 more than Cooper to spend during her retirement. 3. Your spending habits will improve Investing early allows you to develop disciplined spending habits by focusing on your budget and cutting expenses when needed. The goal here is to earn money by saving money. This is impossible with poor spending habits and a life full of impulse buying. Through early investment, the lessons learned will pay off in the long run, especially, when you have even more capital to work with and restraint is needed. 4. Be a step ahead of everyone else The early bird gets the worm is an idiom worth adhering to. The earlier you begin investing, the better your personal financial situation will be down the line. Compared to your counterparts, who may have chosen to invest later in life, over time you will be able to afford things that others can’t. Additionally, at some point your finances may become unstable, but by investing early you’ll be prepared to face such hardships. 5. Your quality of life will improve Military members who invest in retirement plans such as a Thrift Savings Plan, 401(k) or Roth IRA are taking steps toward an improved quality of life. Early investment will reduce the risk that you’ll be forced to make reckless choices to secure a stable retirement.
  10. A very simple but confusing puzzle. A lady buys goods worth rs.200 from a shop. (shopkeeper selling the goods with zero profit). The lady gives him 1000 rs note. The shopkeeper gets the change from the next shop and keeps 200 for himself and returns rs.800 to d lady. Later the shopkeeper of the next shop comes with the 1000 Rs note saying "duplicate" and takes his money back. "How much LOSS did the shopkeeper face ?" A. 200 B. 800 C. 1200 D. 1800 E. 2000 F. 1600 G. 1000 Simple yet confusing n challenging.⁠⁠⁠⁠
  11. Before 3 weeks ago Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a new digital payment app named BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) Design & Developed by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), BHIM is an aggregator for all type of UPI-based services offered by banks. As of now this App is available for android smartphone user only. UPI (Unified Payment Interface) is a payment system that allow a money transfer between any of two bank accounts with the help of Smartphone. Unified Payment Interface (UPI) System allow a customer to pay directly from one bank account to other different merchant bank account, it provide both way either online or offline, without the bother of typing credit card details, IFSC code, Net banking or else wallet password. BHIM App is very easiest app to do digital payment but many of people are don’t know about it or even don’t know how to use it. How to Use the BHIM App for Digital Payment: Here is a step by step guidance on how to use BHIM app for digital payments. 1. Android smartphone user can download the app from google Play Store by searching for ‘BHIM’. 2. Now Install the app and choose your language. After that app will prompt you to verify your phone number using an SMS. Now click on next and wait till the verification process to be completed. 3. Once the verification process is done, insert a four digit pass code. 4. After pass code is set, the application will ask you to select your bank. Once the bank is selected the app automatically take your details using your phone number. Select your primary bank account that will used for all your bank transaction. 5. The application displays three options send, request and scan & pay. Transactions are possible only between verified phone numbers (Bank in registered phone number). 6. To transfer money to someone, type amount to be transferred. The application will show you to input your MPIN, generally a four or six digit code that authenticates a mobile transaction. 7. Likewise, you can request money from someone, using their contact number. 8. The last third option, scan & pay, allows app users to transfer money using a QR code, a two dimensional black and white barcode which can be decrypted by a smartphone or a tablet. Each phone number is allocated a QR code which can be opened under profile on the home screen.
  12. Every woman wants to look gorgeous and always get confidence by looking beautiful. It is the time to enjoy and we want to make sure we are at our best. So one of the most important thing is choosing the right dress, shoes and accessories and then comes the party make-up. But if your makeup is not done properly then this can turn out to be the greatest disaster. Your look is based on the right amount and usage of makeup. Makeup can make or break your pretty look. The best look can be getting only with the best understanding of yourself and the use of products at hand. So here a few makeup tips to make sure you don’t have to rush to the salon for a party makeup. Make tips: How to Look Gorgeous! Here are some useful makeup tips that will help you to look pretty and gorgeous. First choose your dress, your footwear and related your accessories. After that all the elements are together can you decide how much to go on the make-up part. Choose the Right Colors: It is one of the most important makeup tips to make you look prettier and gorgeous. The right colors for your skin tone and for your eye color are all the important things that you're going to want to take into consideration. Therefore choosing the right colors is very important thing! Don’t Plaster Foundation: Whenever you are putting on your foundation, the most important step that you're going to have to remember is not to plaster on the foundation. There is a big difference between concealing and actually caking your foundation on. Remember that just a thin layer can work wonders, girls! Balm before Lipstick: This is also one makeup tip to make you look beautiful that I actually love! Putting on a touch of balm before you swipe on your lipstick will leave your lips feeling absolutely beautiful and will leave them silky soft! No Thick Eyeliner: Thick eyeliner can be great in some instances, but if you are heading to the office, you don't need a huge line of thick eyeliner. Just a thin line can do wonders for your beautiful eyes and really draw them out! So girls, ditch the thick lines and go with something a bit subtler. Brush Lashes before Mascara: This makeup tip to make you look more gorgeous! Just a quick swipe of an eyebrow brush through your lashes will make them separate and will make them appear longer and thicker! Powder to Set: Finally the last makeup tip to make you look beautiful that we're going to talk about is using powder! Just a little translucent powder can work wonders for your skin and can make it appear completely flawless. It also helps set the rest of your makeup so it lasts all day. Makeup was never meant to be caked and plastered on girls. It's supposed to enhance your own beauty. So, what other makeup tips do you use to make yourself look prettier and gorgeous? Comment your tips to below comment box…
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