Dumbest (and Dangerous) People in TikTok Beauty Hacks Tried in 2021 – See Videos

The sexy stuff of time – aka lube – has no place on your face. I repeat: lubricant has no place on your face! In October, the creators of TikTok thought otherwise and decided to use the liquid strictly designed for intercourse as a base for makeup.

One app user, Sean Anthony, documented his experience mixing foundation with lubricant from Durex. The automated voice in Anthony’s video praised the lubricant as a makeup base, noting that “[lube] makes the glide extra soft… makes your base impeccable and fresh. Using a lubricant as a primer can help you look sexy for the camera, but Connecticut-based certified dermatologist Mona Gohara, MD says the side effects aren’t sexy at all.

“Unless the lubricant you’re using is petroleum jelly, don’t mix your sex and makeup accessories,” Gohara said. Seduce in October 2021. “Popular lubricating ingredients like nonoxynol-9, propylene glycol and perfume will, of course, slide your face straight into acne, redness or irritation in its own right.” Therefore, it is best to keep this bottle of lubricant in your bedside drawer rather than on your bathroom counter.

Hyaluron pens at home

You should never give yourself lip service or any type of cosmetic rejuvenation at home. Period. Hyaluron pens have caught the attention of TikTok users across the country for their supposed potential to inject hyaluronic acid into your lips, jaw, or nose from the comfort of your own home. You can read more about why TikTokers fell in love with the DIY filling pen by watching this video. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advice, no one should buy a hyaluron pen due to the fact that it can cause “bleeding or bruising; infection with bacteria, fungi or viruses from the filling device or without the needle. , “among several other side effects, including death. Do not try in this house. Never.

Face rollers for foundation

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We appreciate the creativity with this mix of foundations hack, but is it really necessary? Even though TikTok user @avonnasunshine said the face roller helped her achieve fuller coverage, TikTok creators Rissa and Amanda Frisch both agreed that applying your foundation with a face roller takes a long time (like, too long) to mix. According to certified dermatologist Jeannette Graf, MD, as long as you clean the roller before and after use with antibacterial soap, there’s no harm in trying this hack. Clever? Yes. Useful in everyday life? Not really.

Anti-acne spray with sea salt

We have another too good to be true acne remedy: salt spray. TikTok user @aubyrnjadeart’s acne removal success story follows the classic plot of any fairy tale. First, we have the problem: she “has tried everything to heal [her acne]. “Then a knight in shining armor, a DIY spray of sea salt and water, suddenly comes in and clears all of his acne from his face.

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