The Top 8 Beauty TikTok Hacks That Actually Work

Find out the top that TikTok beauty hacks gathered by Cherie. Try out these fantastic and very simple beauty hacks today.
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Feb. 20
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Gone are the days when TikTok, formally known as Musically was only for goofy acts, now members of this famous short video app are giving real-life hacks that actually work. These short how-to clips are trending, and most of these DIY self-care beauty tips work flawlessly. If you are an avid member of TikTok and you never miss a chance to learn something new, you are in for some surprises, because Cherie has found out eight best TikTok beauty hacks that you should try right away! For more beauty hacks on Tiktok, you can search for the hashtag #beautyhacks, and you will be bombarded with over a thousand beauty hacks. Well, we have not tried all of them, but the ones that genuinely work, we have listed them here. The list will include skin, hair, and make-up related how-to short clips.1. The best way to get flawless eyeshadow creaseWho doesn’t want to have that polished eye look, right! Try out this fantastic beauty hack by @jayiziahbeauty. All you need to do is take out the fake eyelashes. Cut the plastic cover, and put the concealer on it. Stamp it on your eyes. Use a brush to blend in the eye shadow. Use eyeliner and finally put the fake eyelashes for the oomph factor! You now have your perfect shadow crease.
TikTok ID: @jayiziahbeauty
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TikTok ID: @jayiziahbeauty https://www.tiktok.com/@jayiziahbeauty/video/6728818822565858565
2. How to depuff your eyes and look freshIn this short clip, you can see Claire following three simple steps. The first step is to put a cold spoon underneath your eye; the second is to apply some depuff eye gel with caffeine, and for the final step and finishing your depuffing eye routine, use cucumber eye patches just for ten minutes, and you are all set. 24.4k people have liked this video.
TikTok ID: @beautyinfo
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TikTok ID: @beautyinfo https://www.tiktok.com/@beautyinfo/video/6778833796700589318
3. Curling your hair using a heating poleThis one is quite hilarious but is also fascinating at the same time. Who would have thought that you can curl your hair without using a curling iron? Let’s say you are away from home and you forgot to carry your curling iron, the radiator pole could be the perfect solution! Just check out her frizz-free curl, and there you have a real-life example!
TikTok ID: @szbdorinka
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TikTok ID: @szbdorinka https://www.tiktok.com/@szbdorinka/video/6765910818501479685
4. Want to get a red-carpet-ready hairstyle, here’s how!What Miana did in this short video tutorial is she put her hair in a high ponytail. For the entire process, she uses a small hairband, few bobby pins, and hair spray. She starts by tying a high ponytail with the tiny hairband. She creates an elegant side bang and uses a bobby pin to keep her bangs steady. Then comes a small piece of hair that she uses to wrap around the hairband to hide it completely. And she ends her routine by spraying some hairspray to let the hairstyle stay.
TikTok ID: @mianalauren
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TikTok ID: @mianalauren https://www.tiktok.com/@mianalauren/video/6778297038363692293
5. It’s time to make your lips look bigger and fullerCherie highly recommends this one. The process is extremely simple and will make your lips look plumper in no time. Kylie Jenner, you better watch out! Now, not everyone is born billionaire, and those who would like to have fuller lips, there are always these life-saving hacks. You don’t need to break the bank account to get lips like Kylie. So, to start with, you need to overline the cupid’s bow, as well as the center of the bottom lip. Once done, evenly line the rest of your lips, including the inner corners. Now apply lipstick and add a lighter shade on the bottom lip’s center and voila! You are ready for the perfect pout.
TikTok ID: @kerifay
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TikTok ID: @kerifay https://www.tiktok.com/@kerifay/video/6764042132471680261
6. Making your own DIY tonerLadies, you know that you need a toner, and whenever you run out of it, you start to panic. But guess what, now you will never have to worry because you can create your own DIY toner at home using some simple ingredients. Go to the kitchen and look for apple cider vinegar and lavender oil. You need to mix three tablespoons of ACV, three tablespoons of water, and finally just two drops of lavender oil. Put it in a small container, and apply it all over your face to get glowing and clear skin!
TikTok ID: @arremsdaytoday 
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TikTok ID: @arremsdaytoday https://www.tiktok.com/@arremsdaytoday/video/6768132524565712133
7. One ingredient hair maskNot that you should never go to a hair salon to make your hair feel silky smooth, but sometimes when you are in a hurry, you can try this simple at-home alternative to hydrate your hair. We loved how simple the whole process is, and it surely is effective. Buy a bottle of extra virgin coconut oil. Apply it all over your hair, rub it gently and give your hair a gentle massage and leave it on for an hour. Now, shampoo twice and repeat the whole process twice a month.
TikTok ID: @endometriosisjourney
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TikTok ID: @endometriosisjourney https://www.tiktok.com/@endometriosisjourney/video/6769761308251294982
8. Make your own lip gloss at home Are you someone who never steps out of her home without wearing her lip gloss? Then how about making your very own signature lip gloss? Learn from @diy._.thingsssssz and make your own lip gloss right at home. What you will need is some petroleum jelly and eyeshadow. Scope some petroleum jelly in a dish and take out some eyeshadow color. Mix both ingredients well and voila you have your sparkling lip gloss ready. Use a good amount of the brand-new lip gloss and smile for the camera.
TikTok ID: @diy._.thingsssssz
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TikTok ID: @diy._.thingsssssz https://www.tiktok.com/@diy._.thingsssssz/video/6754798937242144005
So, these are the best beauty hacks that Cherie found for you on Tiktok. Do try some of the hacks, we bet you will love trying them out!
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No-Heat Style
No-Heat Style
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Let’s talk about sunscreen ☀️ What’s a good sunscreen to wear? One that is: * Broad-spectrum protection (protects against UVA and UVB rays) * SPF 30 or higher * Water resistant This will help protect your skin from early skin aging, sunburn, and skin cancer. What is the difference between chemical and physical sunscreens? Chemical sunscreens work like a sponge, absorbing the sun’s rays. They contain one or more of the following ingredients: oxybenzone, avobenzone, octisalate, octocrylene, homosalate, and octinoxate. These are often easier to rub into the skin without a white cast. Physical sunscreens (aka mineral sunscreens) act like a shield, sitting on the surface of your skin and deflecting the sun’s rays. These can come on white. They have the active ingredients zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide Reapply every 2 hours when outside in the sun ☀️ Some of my favorites: Tinted: Cerave tinted, la roche posay tinted, alastin CeraVe - Face Sheer Tint Hydrating Sunscreen SPF 30 LA ROCHE-POSAY - Anthelios 50 Mineral Ultra Light Sunscreen Fluid SPF 50 ALASTIN SKINCARE - HydraTint Pro Mineral Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 36 Not tinted: colorescience, drunk elephant colorescience - Sunforgettable Total Protection Face Shield SPF 50 Sunscreen DRUNK ELEPHANT - Umbra Sheer Physical Daily Defense Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 30 What’s your favorite sunscreen?
Glass skin? Uhm YES!
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Why pH of skincare products is important?
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