6 UNEXPECTED USES FOR VASELINE

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My amazingly talented cousin Claire, who’s behind all my videos, is the master-mind behind The Kitchy Kitchen.  It’s filled with wonderful recipes, lifestyle tips, beautiful photography, and now a collaboration with yours truly.  I’m so excited to be a part of her monthly beauty series and this month I share a makeup bag essential…Vaseline.  Read below or check out her blog post to see the 6 unexpected uses for Vaseline lip balm.

Even though makeup is my business, my personal arsenal is pretty streamlined.  The less I have to carry around, the better.  Vaseline lip balm is cheap and perfectly packaged, making it easy to toss in your bag or pocket.  I find it has a multitude of uses beyond moisturizing your lips, that really makes it a makeup must-have.

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Cuticles – keep your digits in tip-top shape by rubbing a dab of vaseline on your cuticles.

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Rough Elbows – Use your finger tips to rub a small amount into notorious dry areas like elbows and knuckles to keep them moisturized.

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Eyebrows – I have unruly brows and wiping just a little bit on my arches keeps those rogue ones in place.

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Fly Aways – Used sparingly, Vaseline helps keep those pesky fly away hairs from popping up all over the place.

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Highlighter – If you need a little pick-me-up in the afternoon or just want a dewier complexion, try dabbing a small amount on your cheekbones to give you some added sheen.

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Creme Shadow – Vaseline can take your favorite eyeshadow up a notch by turning it into a cream.  It will intensify the color and is perfect for a day to night look.

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