When Her Strapless Bra Kept Falling, She Comes Up With A Brilliant Trick I'd Never Heard Of!
LifeAspire Staff 6/1/2016
When it comes to style and fashion sometimes it is the little things that get in the way of looking gorgeous and put together. If saggy strapless bras have ever cramped your style or if sweaty armpits are ruining your beautiful silk blouses, read on for some tricks using everyday objects to keep you looking spiffy and effortless!
Use Paperclip To Tie A Bracelet
Just like having an extra set of hands, a simple paperclip can help you hook your bracelet without any slippage or fuss. Learn exactly how by watching a short clip here.
If you think it is necessary to keep a spare pair of "fat jeans" for those bloated days, think again. By using a simple hair tie around the button and the loop, mom365 shows how simple it is to increase the waist size by a few inches. Also a great tip for pregnant ladies in their first or second trimesters.
Sweaters can look old after just a few wear thanks to the fuzz balls. Use an inexpensive facial razor to literally shave those pesky things away to keep your favorite sweaters looking new no matter how often you wear them.
This quintessential baby product also does wonders by removing all the muck from inside and out of your favorite pair of heels or shoes. Take it from lollipuff who uses baby wipes even on her most expensive brand name heels to keep them looking amazing.
Whether on a first date, an interview, or just transversing through the city on a hot day, the best way to keep sweat stains at bay and protect your pricey blouses is by pasting a panty liner on the inside of your shirt armpits. No one will even know it's there!
Next to replacing them, this is perhaps the best way to clean your favorite pair of sneakers in the areas that are white. Use toothpaste and an old toothbrush to gently spread and scrub the dirty surface and then wipe away with a clean cloth.
If your gym shoes are getting particularly fragrant, then slide a dryer sheet in each shoe and leave it overnight. For stronger smells, do what thehomemadeexperiment did and make small bundles of baking soda using coffee filters and see them work like magic.
Going to the jewelry store is no longer necessary to make your silver, gold, and even diamonds shine. Rub ketchup on silver jewelry and beer on gold jewelry to make them sparkle instantly. For diamond Jewelry soak in a mixture of heated mineral water and lemon drops and then scrub using a toothbrush and dish soap.
If your favorite bra has the underwire poking out, don't toss it. Use this clever trick from onegoodthingbyjillee and find some super soft moleskin adhesive sold in the foot care aisle to cover the area.
Is there anything worse than putting on a new shirt or a dress just to find that your deodorant got all over it? The easy fix without having to find a whole new outfit is to rub a used dryer sheet on the stained area and watch them disappear.
It's amazing how everyday objects can be repurposed to keep you looking good. So next time before you walk out the door, take a look in the mirror and see if you are in need of any of these tricks. Then follow these fashion hacks and never get caught with a fashion faux pas.