Remove wine stains using more wine
You read that right—you can remove red wine stains by using white wine! The white wine neutralizes the color of the red wine on your shirt, which allows the stain to be removed much more easily using traditional methods.
Organize your makeup stash on a magnetic board.
This super easy idea allows you to easily organize and stick your makeup all to a magnetic board on your wall either in your dorm room or bathroom. Just hot glue magnets to the back of your products, then attach them to the magnetic board for easy storage. You’ll never be stuck searching for your mascara again!
Use straws to keep necklaces from getting tangled.
There is nothing worse than picking out an outfit and realizing that the necklace you wanted to wear with it is all knotted up. Save yourself some time and frustration by pulling a straw through the chain of your necklace when you store it, so you’ll never have to untangle your jewelry again.
Remove deodorant stains with dryer sheets.
It’s so frustrating to pull on a black top, then realize you got deodorant stains on your shirt! Thankfully, there’s a solution: you can rub a dryer sheet in circular motions to absorb the deodorant stain. Bonus: your shirt will smell extra good!
Use pool noodles or rolled up magazines to stand boots upright in your closet.
It can be difficult to make use of your small closet space when your tall boots are falling all over each other! Solution: cut pool noodles and put them in your boots for support. This way, your boots can stand upright and take up less space!
Put baking soda in your shoes to disinfect and remove odor.
We all know that awful smell that comes with wearing your super cute ballet flats without any socks! The challenging of removing that smell may seem almost impossible—but trust us, it’s not. Putting just a little bit of baking soda into a little breathable baggie, then placing that baggie inside of your shoes after wearing will help remove that smell and disinfect them. You’re welcome.
Clean up your mascara wand under hot water.
Clumpy mascara just isn’t cute, and that’s what tends to happen when the bristles of your wand get tangled and squished together. Most people would just throw away their mascara at this point and buy a new one—but you don’t have to! You can put an end to clumpy mascara but running your wand under hot water, and then drying it off with a paper towel before the next use.
Hang purses in your closet with shower curtain hooks.
This allows for easy storage and maximizing what little space you do have, especially in a college dorm room. The shower hooks are small and take up so little space—and bonus, you can see all of your purses at once instead of sifting through a pile of them on the floor!
Keep your bobby pins in one place using an empty Tic Tac container.
Once you finish all of your Tic Tacs, don’t throw away the empty container! Instead, you can use it to store all of your bobby pins so that they’re all kept safely in one place instead of disappearing all over your bedroom. You can even decorate the container using a gold sharpie, like the example above, to make this DIY both convenient and cute!