If you're on a shoestring budget, the best way to step up your sneaker game is to try creative lacing.
You just need a little creativity.
No need to get all strung out just because the drawstring has come out of your favorite hoodie.
The key to great bangs is picking the right style for you.
Anyone who has spent too much time standing in front of the mirror trying on eight different necklaces knows that it's a pain in the neck.
Have a broken or split nail? Here's why a tea bag will be your best friend.
The way you fold sweaters, shirts and pants in your dresser is no way to stash them in your luggage!
Marie Claire senior fashion editor Zanna Roberts Rassi shares four cool new ways to keep warm with a scarf this winter.
Try this sweater-hanging method that won't ruin your go-to cozy cable-knit.
From a paper-free wrapping method to a trick that'll make odd-shaped gifts look beautiful, we have you covered.
It's reusable, cost effective and so much easier than you think.
Don't get thrown for a loop! It's easy to set sweater threads back in their tracks with this easy trick.
How do you clean suede without ruining it with water? Simply use bread. Yes, really.
It's that simple!
Take out the guesswork!
Before you gift the miniature version to your 9-year-old niece, read this.
Avoid your next meltdown with this easy way to keep your cords untangled.
Isn't it always that last quick glance in the mirror before you step out when you realize your shirt is beyond wrinkled?
Struggling to zip up your favorite pair of jeans that fit just yesterday?
Here's how to find the best hairstyles for your face shape — whether it's round, oval, heart-shaped or diamond-shaped.
We found a fool-proof way that debuts a lacing method that's doubly coaxed into place with a little help from a surprising item you already have at home.
There's a domino effect that's triggered when your wrinkled clothes cause you to run late. These clever fixes will help you iron twice as fast, and they actually...
Tin foil is the secret to ironing a shirt quickly and easily -- here's why!
The leather patches on backpacks were originally designed for hikers, but they still serve a purpose.
Here's how to loosen necklace knots quicker and get ready in a snap.
One common household item will take care of those pesky knots in your necklaces!
Did you know that facial cleansers, shampoos, and other bathing basics have a shelf life - and it's a lot less than what you think!
Some beauty products last for over a year, while others need to be tossed after six months. Here's what you need to know.
This old-school, hair-curling technique that uses aluminum foil and a flat iron actually works better than a curling wand.
Here's how to find the right brush for your hair type.
Much like repositioning fussy clothing, constantly sliding sunglasses back up your nose can grow frustrating throughout the course of the da
Always tugging to reposition your off-shoulder top? Try this trick.
From deodorant stains to stretching out sandals to fixing faulty zippers and smelly shoes, use these fashion tricks.
Have you ever noticed the loop on the back of button-down shirts? It has a purpose — or at least it used to.
What if we told you that product's next stop shouldn't be the waste basket, but rather you may be able to give it new life?
Before you wear those new shoes, try this blister-averting trick.
It turns out that the small pocket on the top right side of your jeans was originally created for, wait for it...
There is a way to reconstruct broken pressed powders, blushes, bronzers, and eye shadows with a solution you already have at home!
This easy hack is a save for anyone who has dropped their favorite powder makeup.
It's a sad, but true fact of wearing heels: Scuff marks and tears are inevitable on a favorite, well-worn pair.
All it takes is flocking powder to repair your scuffed high heels.
Most sneakers come pre-laced, but depending on your feet, you may not want to wear them right out of the box.