A TikTok user is going viral after sharing his "life-changing" method for cracking open hard-boiled eggs. The user, Zach Crean, originally shared the video of his hack for "egg lovers" in April, where it's since been
A social media user is earning plenty of online praise — including from dental hygienists — after sharing the "right way" to brush your teeth. The advice comes courtesy of TikTok user kassyslays90 who shared her
People have long struggled to keep their cut avocados fresh and green, but, thanks to a woman in New Zealand, those tough times are over. Cherry Gaddes recently shared her avocado-saving secret on social media, and the internet is saluting her
A 24-year-old DIY guru from Belgrade in Serbia has revealed an amazing kitchen hack that could change the way you look at an empty tin of beans. The magic involves turning a cheap tin can into a kitchen grater with only a drill and a ruler. The
Many people randomly touch their faces throughout the day — a hand on the cheek, a palm against the forehead, resting the chin on the back of the hand — but by doing so may inadvertently transfer bacteria and allergens from the fingers to the skin.ALSO SEE: 4 body parts you should be cleaning (but probably aren’t)Dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban, author of Heal Your Skin, told the Huffington Post that touching your face might not technically cause acne, but it could exacerbate or trigger it. This is because your hands contain oils that can lead to bacteria spreading to other pores, resulting in more pimples. Touching your face often can also make you more susceptible to catching a cold or a flu since your hands can come into contact with millions of germs.In addition to your face, click through the gallery for other body parts you should avoid touching.Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.
'Life hacks' are all over the internet now, and 90% of us are using them. They are designed to make life cheaper, easier, and smarter, and in many cases they make a striking difference. A new study has revealed that hacks save us an
Do you love cut flowers but wish they would last longer? Here are five tips that can help keep your blooms perfect and extend their lives. See also: Flower arranging for beginners See also: Transform your garden into a magical space 1.
Does your washing machine smell of damp? Front-loading washing machines are more prone to mildew than top-loaders, because they use a third of the water that top loading machines do. See also: Are you doing your laundry all wrong? See also:
Do you keep your ketchup in the cupboard or the fridge?Thankfully, the people at Good Housekeeping Institute have the answer! Plus, they’ve issued a guide to help you identify which condiments need to be refrigerated — and how long something can be stored once opened.Click through the gallery above to see more and let us know how you store your sauces by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
Using toothpaste to remove scuff marks from your shoes is a cheap, easy and effective way to get your shoes looking brand new! See also: Seven things you never knew you could do with toothpaste All you need is toothpaste, a washcloth and an
Japanese Twitter user @ponzuyo may well have found the perfect hack for ensuring your plaster stays in place and doesn’t end up curled up abandoned on the floor. Sharing a picture-drawn diagram of the step-by-step hack, @ponzuyo revealed what he believes to be the perfect way to apply a Band-Aid. The hack involves cutting a plaster horizontally from both ends leaving the padded part untouched, before wrapping the strips of band-aid diagonally around the finger to ensure a secure fit across the cut.
Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down - but that's not all it does. A leading dermatologist recommends adding a spoonful of sugar to your shampoo for clean hair and a perfectly exfoliated scalp. See also: Tips to prevent
This video shows how to guage if your steak is done in just a few quick steps. See also: Revealed: The secret to cooking the perfect steak See also: Recipe: How to cook steak with mustardy
Light some candles and simply relax. Vogue let us in on the secret by speaking to a certified candle expert: Alia Raza, co-founder of fragrance house Régime des Fleurs. She shared some essential tips on prolonging the life of your favourite burner, saving you some much-needed cash. Before you even burn a candle, make sure you trim the wick.
Ever wished pencils were easier to hold? Or that blinds were easier to dust? Or perhaps you've always wished you could get your laptop to support itself? Well you're in luck - we've found the perfect life hack video. See also:
Want to help your Christmas tree stay fresh and last for the whole festive season? Experts say the best thing you can do to guarantee freshness is to cut down your own tree from a local farm - but obviously that's not usually possible.
Getting a foot on the property market is no easy feat. But once you have found a place of your own, turning it into the perfect home doesn’t have to be dependent on square footage. Big doesn’t always equal beautiful - it’s about maximising the space you have and making it work for you.Click through the gallery for our tips on the smartest ways to create the illusion of more space - without compromising on style.30 delightfully alternative advent calendars Interiors edit: Modern lights to brighten up your home
The nights are drawing in, the knitwear’s coming out, it can only mean one thing – peak season for cold and flu bugs. But while there is no cure for the common cold – and short of hibernating until spring there is no way to avoid the virus – there are plenty of things you can do to toughen up your immune system and help to send it packing with the least possible damage to your health and lifestyle. Even better, the best remedies come courtesy of Mother Nature so no damage to your wallet, either.7 steps to keep your mood off during winter 15 comforting one-pot dishes to soothe you this winter
We've all been there - you've run out of batteries and don't have the right sized ones to replace them. Well, you need worry no more - because this video shows all sorts of tricks to help you make them into the ones you need.
No one likes rock hard butter - you don't need us to tell you how annoying it is when you try to spread it on bread. Some of us resort to melting it but it just ends up runny and messy. See also: How to cook meals in your dishwasher