The world is transferring to wireless earphones, but most people still have the regular, wired earphones you receive when you buy a new phone.
Still, the phone manufacturers didn’t think that after the earphones are removed from the box, they get tangled, and the frustration caused just stops most people from using them. We have a solution for this as well. When not in use, simply wrap them around a clothespin, and they will stay as their suppose to until your next use.
Deodorant Marks Are Back Again
Every deodorant manufacturer has launched at least one version of deodorant that is supposed to not leave white marks on dark clothes. So they are supposed to. So what?
You are not the only one that has thrown away more than one black shirt, and you are probably not the last. And we want to put an end to this. Dryer sheets are here to save the day. Just rub gently, and your dark top will return to its original color in no time.
Condition Your Legs
The summer is here, you have a date with your bestie on the beach, and your legs are not exactly in summer shape? Out of shaving cream? No worries. You won't believe this one.
Your regular day-to-day hair conditioner, or even the baby oil that's been laying there like a paperweight, will do the same job and even better. Not only will your legs be ready for your day on the beach, but you'll nourish them and soften your skin at the same time.
French Manicure Your way
Whenever you see a delicate hand with a fresh French manicure, there is nothing you want more than Frenching your own tips. But who has the time to go and have this professionally done, and who can do this on their own?
This hack will turn you into a professional manicurist and make you think of changing a profession. Place a bandaid or any other tape on your nail (leaving a tip to be painted) and paint the top part just above the tape. Let it dry completely and remove the tape. It's a hit.
Break-in Your Shoes
If there's one thing no one can stand, it is that when you buy a new pair of shoes, it takes about two weeks before you start enjoying them. They cut, they hurt, and it takes time to break them in. Now, listen to this. For this hack, you need three things — a pair of socks, a blowdryer, and your new pair of shoes (preferably flats).
Put the socks on, slip on your new shoes, and sit there, with a blowdryer blowing at the shoes for about five minutes. You'll be able to properly wear them the next day.