Nipple covers will give you a smooth look when you can’t wear a bra with a costume. Avoid the awkward nip-bumps in photos.— Glamour Magazine
Make lip color last: put on a layer of foundation, then a layer of lipstick, then dust your lips with translucent powder. Then put on a second layer of your lipstick. It will stay for a long time to make up for the long process!— Glamour Magazine
Break your heels (or any cosplay shoes) in at home: put on thick socks and wear them around the house to stretch them out while you do chores.— Allure Magazine
Lotion & soap
•The ones in hotels are just fine to use.
•Count out what you need for the trip, plus a few extra in case of travel delays, and put them in a bag or a pillbox.
Ready-made travel kits
• They usually don’t have what you actually end up needing on the trip.
• Every hotel ever has a blowdryer in the bathroom or closet for you to use these days, and it will just add weight to your baggage.
Put sunscreen on before you get dressed, in case your clothing (or costume) shifts.—
Going to a chilly convention in a revealing outfit? Put a stick-on hot pad on the small of your back. It’ll keep you a little warmer when you’re promenading.— Cosplay Lovely
Increased levels of the hormone cortisol, a result of chronic worry, lead to excess stomach fat. De-stress to weigh less!— SELF Magazine
Eating right can help you shine at work: Half of employees who had balanced diets boasted high energy compared with 5 percent of unhealthy eaters in one survey.— SELF Magazine
Focusing too much on the scale can make you work out less. Track your activity, not pounds, to keep moving!— SELF Magazine