I was tired of having all of our hair rubber bands making a mess in the bathroom. To remedy this situation I found two caribbeaner clips to contain them. I separated out the small and large rubber bands, then put them onto the clips. Now we can find the right size and color when we are getting ready, without digging around and making a mess.
By coville123 from Brockville, Ontario
Between my daughter and I, we had a lot of hair accessories. I bought a small three-drawer organizer to put everything in. I put rubberbands and bobby pins in a drawer, headbands in another, and barrettes/clips in the third drawer. It makes it easy to find what we are looking for and keeps things from getting tangled together.
I don't like to leave bobby pins on the card they are sold on. I find it hard to get them off and on when I am trying to do my hair. Because of this, they tend to make quite a mess in my drawer. To solve this problem I started storing them in an empty Altoids tins. It also makes it easy to take them with me if I need to.
You can hang one of each wig on the hook a shoe hands on. I have mine organized from shortest to longest and also from lighter to darkest inside of the length arrangement. The longer curly ones are best to be left in a hair net to save on hanging onto another and to keep the curl perked up on. This can also work for hair bands, head bands, bracelets, ponies or scrunchies, and anything else you may have that would work the same way. There is less tangling and digging for the non hair items and better maintenance and quick picking for all! Source:
By Anna from Farmington, PA
Take apart a wire hanger. Bend it with pliers into the shape of a head making loops on the side for eyes. Tie the wire together with a few pieces of yarn. Now unravel some yarn. You can wrap yarn around two chairs or someones hands. Cut the yarn once you get the amount you want, then cut the yarn in half. Tie it in the middle with a piece of yarn. Braid both sides, tie end with yarn or ribbons.attach the (hair) to the wire face with pieces of yarn. Now it is ready for clips and hairbows.
By Melissa from Bessemer City, NC
I am looking for tips on organizing hair bands and accessories.
I bought one of those 3 tiered hanging vegetable baskets at the dollar store. You know the ones. There is a little one at the top, then a medium sized one in the middle, and a large one on the bottom. It works like a charm and I can put everything in it from soaps to brushes to hair ties etc. You can see what you have and everything is right there at your fingertips!