Apply the first coat of mascara and dash some powder using a Q-tip. Now add one more coat of mascara to make your lashes look thicker and luscious.
2. Untangling your necklaces
Add some cornstarch powder on the knots and then rub them between your fingers to make them free.
3. Using it as a dry shampoo
When your hair is greasy, or you have no time for a hair bath, sprinkle some baby powder on your scalp and massage it slightly to the scalp. Comb it well later to distribute the powder evenly onto your hair. You can skip washing daily with this method.
4. Removing oil stains
Dash a little powder on both sides of the cloth to get rid of stubborn oily stains. Dab it and let it stay for 60 minutes so that the powder can absorb the oil well. Wash normally and then let the cloth dry.
5. Removing sand from your feet or shoes
If you want to keep sticky sand away, sprinkle some powder on your feet. It will remove moisture from your skin, and the skin won’t stick to your feet. It works similarly for your footwear as well. Add cornstarch to your shoes and then shake it off to get rid of the sand. You don’t need to be stressed with sandy feet anymore!
6. Refreshing your sheets
This trick works great for hot nights. Dash some powder on the sheets for a fresh and soothing effect. The pleasant aroma will also let you sleep better.
7. Making your leather look chic again
To make your leather look spic and span, dash some powder on your leather garments and then rub using a microfiber fabric.
8. Beautifying your pet’s fur
Cornstarch can be used as a dry shampoo for your pet between his showers. Sprinkle some directly onto its coat and then massage gently. Keep it away from the nasal areas and eyes, however.
9. Enhancing your wax time
Before waxing, apply some baby powder on your skin. It will ensure that wax does not stick too tightly to the skin and makes the process less painful. It will also leave your skin smooth and shiny.
10. Neutralizing pet urine odor
Baby powder can be used effectively to get rid of pet odors from furniture or carpet/rugs. Sprinkle powder on the damp area and then vacuum it thoroughly to get rid of the odor.