Genius ways of space saving hacks for packing your suitcase for your weekend
No wrinkle, mesh no jewelry, leave no beauty product behind, and still have room to spare.
To avoid your jewelry from touching around and twisting inside your bag set your jewelry between the pieces of plastic wrap.
Use pill case partitions or an old lip balm vessel to establish and keep track of your reduced jewelry, like rings and earrings.
String the ends of a dainty chain through straws to avoid the chain from knotting and tangling.
Keep track of small stud earrings by closure the set through buttonholes before sliding them into your jewelry container.
When packing clothes that wrinkle easily, lay the clothing smooth inside a dry-cleaning bag, and then fold as normal. The plastic will prevent creases from setting in.
Roll your clothes instead of folding them. You’ll be amazed by how much more you can fit this way.
Help your undergarment maintain their shape while also saving space by assembling your bras on top of each other, folding them in half, and tucking your underwear inside. This will avoid the cups from folding inward and help extend the life of your bras beyond your trip.
Keep the dirty soles of your shoes away from your clothes into a shower cap.
Material socks and products that won’t burst inside your shoes if you’re low on packing space.
Fold your underwear instead of just wadding it up and stuffing it in your bag, which can take up a lot of space.
Protect your elusive from the rest of the items in your bag by inserting them inside the slight cloth bag that comes with a new pair of shoes or a new handbag.
Safeguard breakables such as glass fragrance bottles by slipping them into socks before packing them.
Store your hairpins and clips inside an old tic tac container to easily keep track of them.
Instead of packing big, bulky makeup bottles for a short weekend trip, pour a little bit of the product into a clean contact lenses case for easy travel.
Cut a small square of plastic wrap, remove the product’s lid, set the plastic wrap on top, and screw the lid back on, To avoid liquid products from bursting inside your bag. This way if the lid pops open, no product can spill out.
Safeguard powder makeup products from betrayal. While traveling by sticking a cotton pad or cotton ball inside the compact before putting it in your makeup bag.
If your razor doesn’t have a protective cap, use a large file clip to cover the sharp blades. So, you don’t accidentally cut your finger when digging around your makeup bag.
Use an old medicine bottle to store cotton wipes, sponges, or other disposable makeup applicators.
Coat the ends of a few cotton swabs in your favorite eyeshadow shades. Then, put them in a plastic bag when traveling to save packing space.
Store your makeup brushes or other small beauty products in a slim sunglasses case.