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Before you spend a lot of money on treating your broken toenails or drooping ear lobes, find out what The Doctors suggest doing that will cost you far less!
Senior investigative producer Leslie Marcus reveals she has gotten filler to address her sagging earlobes and even considered surgery to fix the droop, but she found a fix that costs less than a meal. And with warmer weather approaching, you will likely be showing off your new open-toes shoes, but how are your toenails looking? If they are cracked, Leslie has an inexpensive beauty hack that can help.
For your ears, she suggests using ear lobe support patches, which are small adhesive patches applied to the back of the ear, and the earring is pushed through it, which stabilizes the weight of the jewelry.
And if you have cracked toenails, Leslie suggests using adhesive fake toenails, which do need to be glued on as they come with a silicone sticker and can stay on for weeks.
Find out even more beauty and fashion home hacks from Leslie including a tip for how to wear layered necklaces without your jewelry turning into a tangled mess and a new way to use red light therapy.