It can be tempting to douse your towels in detergent to get them extra clean, but too much detergent might actually be counterproductive.
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Some are calling Colton a ‘genius’ for this shoe-tying hack. If your child has ever had trouble tying shoelaces, then 5-year-old Colton Lillard might have the most clever shoe-tying hack you’ve ever seen. Colton’s mom Ashley posted a Facebook video of her son demoing an easy “new” way to tie shoes.
While everyone knows it’s important to throw their bath towels into the washing machine (you know this, right?), many people are most likely not laundering their towels (or tossing them into the hamper as frequently as they should. “
The humble rubber band is such an overlooked item. It does so much more than hold your hair up or keep your chip bag sealed. From french manicures to maternity jeans, here are 12 smart uses for that rubber band pile you probably have lying at home.Know any more rubber band hacks? Share them with us in the comments below or tweet them at us @YahooStyleCA.Photos via Getty/Pinterest
Beauty blogger, Habiba has released a video claiming you can get rid of acne by using everyone’s favourite fruit - a banana. In a quick google search we discovered banana skin to be a popular choice for home remedy spot relief.
Not only is it wrinkle-free, it smells new-clothes fresh and you haven’t had to play shrinkage roulette with the washing machine. Clothing manufacturing expert Lana Hogue, who teaches classes at Garment Industry 411 told Elle.com that there is more than one reason we should be doing the whole washing before wearing thing.
How many times have you reached your travel destination only to unpack your checked-in luggage to find that your foundation has leaked, or the precious serum you spent $$$ on is now all over your clothes, or that the your favourite eye shadow or blush has completely shattered. Yup, I’ve been there, makeup and heart both shattered into a million pieces. Don’t rely on that “fragile” tag on your bag, here are four packing tips so you’ll never have to find another broken beauty product.
Anyone who’s searched for a roommate knows the process can be a long, painful and almost impossible. Copywriter Alfredo Salkeld is well aware of the struggle, so he decided to take a different approach to finding a roommate for his Orlando apartment.
When it comes to our routines, there are some things that can go awry (especially when coffee has yet to kick in!). For instance, how many of us have found a pesky white streak of deodorant across our shirt after putting it on in the morning? In an attempt to help you overcome these deodorant dramas, we turned to Gwen Whiting and Lindsey Boyd, the Co-Founders of The Laundress, for their tips and tricks to getting out these stubborn stains.
Felicity Hannah Half a lemon in your fridge? Don’t let it go to waste, here are 5 unusual ways you can put it to work… Lemons are great. Good in drinks, good on fish, good squeezed out and added to several teaspoons of sugar before being drizzled over a sponge cake (anyone else salivating now?). The trouble is that you don’t need much lemon to add flavour and so most of us at some point have ended up with half a lemon going slowly wrinkly until we chuck it out.
by Chandra for Momtastic I’ve always been good at removing stains—that and parallel parking are things I would list as my best random skills. But I found a new challenge in stain removal when I dug out my older son’s baby clothes once I was expecting baby number two. My older son used to spit up terribly. A lot and everywhere.
Once you’ve gone all the usual routes to prep your skin, hair and nails to hit the beach, make sure you follow our easy beach hacks to make the most of your beauty and style the whole holiday through.