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      I watch Hum Tv's morning show every now and then, and Zubaida Tariq gives some amazing tips! I'll add them here as I find out so everyone can use them

      For a fresh and instant glow:
      Take 2 table spoons of yogurt and add 3 drops of white vinegar. Apply it to face for 10 mins and wash it off. It will make your skin glow and make it look like you just got a facial done.

      For face swelling in the morning:
      Take a small bowl of warm water and add mustard powder to it. Soak in a small towel and dab on your face. It will reduce the swelling.

      For threading/waxing dark marks:
      Apply rose water to skin atleast 3 to 4 times a day. It will make the dark marks go away and make your skin glow.

      For tan:
      Rubbing a piece of tomato for 5 mins removes tan from any part of the body. This by the way, I have tried myself and it works like magic.
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      Quite useful ...Thanks for sharing :-)!

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      JAK. Have you tried any of theses?

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      that woman is a fountain of knowledge, and how gud does she look, for somebody of her age she has kept herself very well mashallah. I wish she wrote a book with all her tips

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      i heard she will be writing one soon, tweety pie. you're right- she looks very good and knows alot, mA.

      pinks, i tried the yogurt thing today and my skin was glowing i was so happy.

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      theek hai phir, inshallah aggar mujhe yaad raha/ time milla then I'm gonna try it too

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      nice tips... can u share more?
      Majbori ka dosra naam 'Shukriya'

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      Sure, I'll just edit the first post and keep adding in there.

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      I duno bout the yogurt

      But nice tips, my mother uses malai in winters as a moisturizer

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      but my skin is oily so can i use yogurt?

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      yep- besan would work well for you too because of your oily skin.

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      For staticy, dry hair in the winter time:
      Put two drops of lemon juice in about 5-6 drops of olive oil and massage into your wet hair after shower. Do this while drying your hair naturally in the sunlight. It calms down natural frizzes and gives your hair alot of shine and moisture!

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      ^ yeah but olive oil kinda doesn't smell very nice

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      use only a small quantity.

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      Quote Originally Posted by shay9164 View Post
      For staticy, dry hair in the winter time:
      Put two drops of lemon juice in about 5-6 drops of olive oil and massage into your wet hair after shower. Do this while drying your hair naturally in the sunlight. It calms down natural frizzes and gives your hair alot of shine and moisture!
      and what if i have oily hair? they do get frizzy at times...
      !

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      i tried yogurt tip too and was very happy to see the results
      Majbori ka dosra naam 'Shukriya'

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      ^^ I'm trying it tonight!
      thats awsome!
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