Today’s Parent editors Mandy and Tiffany are at it again, testing out quick beauty hacks for tired moms to see which ones actually work. On this episode, we try trendy ice rollers and even attempt to make our own face masks. Maybe all you need is a quick eyebrow stencil to look more awake. What could possibly go wrong? Watch to find out. So, what are your favourite quick beauty hacks? Leave them in the comments below!

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Want more quick beauty hacks? Watch part 1 here:

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Here are links to the products we tested in this video (prices fluctuate from region to region, we did our best to be accurate):

Anself Ice Skin Roller:

Eyebrow shaping stencils:

Covergirl Easy Breezy Brow powder kit:

Patchology Illuminate 5 Minute FlashMasque facial sheets:

Grace & Stella under eye masks:

Pixi by Petra multibalm:

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DIY face mask recipe:

– 1 tbsp vegetable glycerin:

– 1 tbsp face oil (we used sweet almond oil):

– A few drops of your favourite serum—here’s a good one:

Cut a face shape (mouth, nose and eyes) out of a piece of cotton or coffee filter.
Add ingredients to a small bowl and mix together with a spoon or whisk.
Coat one side of your sheet mask with the mixture, wait for it to soften up and become fully saturated.
Apply to your face and let sit for 5-10 minutes.
Remove sheet mask and rub any remaining mixture into your skin, no need to rinse.

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Tiffany always shows up to work looking flawless! Here are her top 5 beauty products:
1. Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation:
2. Kat Von D Lock-It Concealer Crème:
3. Too Faced Born This Way Ethereal Setting Powder:
4. L’Oreal Telescopic Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner:
5. Nyx Micro Brow Pencil:

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Did you know we publish an Easy(ish) video every Friday? Watch more here:

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This is Easy(ish), a new how-to & DIY series from Today’s Parent that shows you how to hack your way through life with kids. From cleaning and organizing to helpful DIY projects and fun crafts, Mandy’s got you covered.

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