We have all heard that going to sleep with wet hair can damage the hair. And we all know that blowdrying your hair can result in over-dried hair, which we all want to avoid. We don’t all know that drying your hair with a towel might damage it just as much.
So, instead of using a heavy towel after you come out of the shower, simply pat it dry with a soft T-shirt. Your hair will thank you for life.
Don't Let Your Buttons Loose
Buttons have a duration. If you're lucky, they will stay on your top or pants through the whole season, but usually, they become loose after a few washes.
To stop this from happening and assure you won't have to worry about buttons anymore, here's another use to the clear nail polish you have in your closet. Apply a small dab on the button, and it will last much, much longer.
Tic Tac for Your Bobby Pins
Next time you finish your Tic Tac box, don't through it away. We have come across this amazing hack that will tidy up your drawer and make you go out for more Tic Tacs, as we believe that what we are about to reveal will be in hand for all the small items you have.
Use your Tic Tac box to keep your bobby pins. We can assure you; they are not going to disappear anymore.
Tuck In Those Skinny Jeans
Your skinny jeans are in the wash, you just have to put on your favorite boots today, and all you have in your closet are old bell-bottoms. What do you do? exactly this:
Fold the bottom of the pants up. Wrap that part around your shin and put on high socks (they don't have to be as high as your knee, but they have to cover the folded part of the pants. Now you can slide into those favorite boots of yours and smile with your new pair of skinny jeans.
About Keys and Nails
So you've had your manicure done, and the next thing on your to-do list is going to pick up a duplicate key. Now comes the part where you have to add the new key to the keyring. How are you supposed to do that without ruining the manicure you just paid a fortune for? Easy.
You know the old staple remover you never use? Well, now it will be handy. Use the claws of the staple remover to keep the ring apart and slip in your new key. Thankfully, key-ring adjustments are not something we do every day.