Do you need to refresh your bathroom?
When’s the last time you looked – I mean REALLY looked – at what was in your bathroom? Sure, you are in there every day, and use the top layer of items in your drawers and cabinets. But what about the back of the bottom drawer? What about the tippy-top shelf of the cabinet? What is lurking in those often untouched corners? Want more ideas to refresh your style, your self, and your life? Come follow me on Pinterest here.
Be realistic about what you actually use: from free samples to hotel bottles to products suggested by others that don’t work for you, it’s easy to end up with mountains of bottles, tubes, and jars in your bathroom. Unused samples can often be donated to homeless or women’s shelters.
Purge what you don’t need: give it away or throw it away -especially if you can’t remember how old it is. A big culprit- old nail polish remover. It tends to lose its potency over time. Replace it with this one and you’ll have a gentle AND effective option at your fingertips.
Buy products in sizes that make sense: only use it occasionally? Then a small tube or container is great. Daily staple? Then go for the warehouse club size. Here are some of my favorite small sizes.
Ditch the traditional polish and try Color Street: Do you have bottles of nail polish in your drawer or cabinet that are years old? Colors you are tired of, or maybe you’re just tired of having to wait for the polish to dry. Color Street is the brand name of globally patented 100% Nail Polish Strips.
These nail polish strips can be applied to fingers and toes in just a few minutes. Color Street Nail Polish Strips go with every outfit, fit users of all sizes and make it easy to have beautiful nails! And nail polish, unlike any other beauty product is something YOU can enjoy the whole time you are wearing it – not just when you get a peek in a mirror.
Want to try a sample first? There’s a link to do that here.
So, are you ready to refresh your bathroom? Comment below with your successes!
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