8 Fashion Hacks every Woman Should Know

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8 Fashion Hacks every Woman Should Know

Women have their very unique needs when it comes to fashion, and especially true when confronted with fashion flops. Wardrobe malfunctions can happen anywhere, anytime and this is the time you wish you knew a few life saving hacks.

Scuffed shoes and loose buttons happen to everyone, and you don’t have the right tools to fix those little problems when they arise.

To help you ladies hold your composure and fix the problem when you need it most, here are some fashion hacks you’ll want to learn and lock into your memory bank.

1. Ugly Armpit satins

Armpit stains

via Harper’s Bazaar

No matter how beautiful your outfit and how gorgeous you look in it; armpit satins will put damp in that almost perfect picture.

How do you get ride of those stubborn, ugly yellow stains?

Quite simple, either use lemon juice or baking soda.

  • Mix lemon juice with equal amounts of water and rub it on the stain.
  • Or mix baking soda in a quarter cup of lukewarm water and make a paste. Smear paste on the stain, let it sit for a few minutes, then scrub and rinse it off before throwing it in the wash.

2. Pantyhose Run

Pantyhose Run

via diply

As soon as you notice a small hole or run to stop it with hairspray and clear nail polish. This is an easy fix.

3. Fix Foundation Stains

Fix Foundation Stains

via diply

If you accidentally smudge your makeup on the collar, just wipe a dollop of shaving cream on the spot to pre-treat it before tossing it on the wash.

4. Stretch your tight shoes

Stretch your tight shoes

via Agape Love

Tight shoes horrible, but what is a girl to do if she just loves those shoes? There is something you can do. Stretch out tight shoes by placing a sandwich bag of water half full in each shoe and leave them in the freezer overnight. Next day, pull out the shoes and wear them pain free.

5. Fix Loose buttons

Fix Loose buttons

Kathleen Kamphausen

Paint clear nail polish over a loose button thread to temporarily stop it from unravelling. No need to learn how to sew on a button just yet.

6. Dishwashing Liquid lifts off grease stains

Dishwashing Liquid lifts off grease stains

Kathleen Kamphausen

Dishwashing liquid is great to lift any grease stains, including tomato stains from your pasta dishes. Dishwashing liquid is gentle enough to be used on clothes.

7. Remove shoe scuffs from your leather shoes with toothpaste

Remove shoe scuffs from your leather shoes with toothpaste

Kathleen Kamphausen

Toothpaste works wonders for scuffs on leather, but if that doesn’t work, as all shoes are different, try petroleum jelly. Petroleum jelly will fix your shoes and also give them a nice shine.

8. Fix stuck zipper

Fix stuck zipper

Kathleen Kamphausen

Use soap, lip balm or petroleum to lubricate your stuck zipper. It should slide easily again.

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