If you use hairpsray, and find you reapply it often, you can cut down on your hairspray use by using a fine mist of water instead of reapplying. It will "recharge" the hairspray already in your hair. Just don't go overboard and soak it; a light mist will do. Then push into place with your fingers or a comb and let dry. Your hair also won't get weighed down by too much styling product.
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1. Preserve your child's drawings & keep them from fading by coating with hairspray 2. Use hairspray to remove ink marks from walls 3. Use hairspray to remove ink stains from fabric. Spray the item before you wash it 4. Stop pantyhose from a continuous run by spraying with hairspray 5. Preserve leaves in your flower arrangements and the color in autumn leaves with a spritz of hairspray 6. Spray over chalk artwork to keep the chalk from coming off 7. Remove lipstick stains by spraying stain &
let sit for a few minutes before wiping away the lipstick 6. After polishing your shoes, spray them with hairspray to keep them shiny 7. Use hairspray to ward off an attacker. Spray attacker in the face, Surprise alone can stop the attack but hair spray in the eyes is ..... you already know.
I'm clumsy at work and often get pen ink on my clothes. The quick and easy removal is hairspray. Just spray the spot, dab with papertowel or a cloth, repeat until stain is gone then wash the clothing to get out the hairspray!
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