Bobby pins can be found in just about any bathroom. Even if you swear you’ve never actually bought a pack before, we can almost guarantee you would be able to find a stray bobby pin floating around somewhere in your drawers. Bobby pins are essential for most hair-do needs and will keep your hair in place all day long.
What if we told you that the uses for bobby pins expand way past hair care? We’ve all heard about using a bobby pin to pick a lock, but that’s just the beginning of the plethora of ways you can use a bobby pin.
Don’t have something to keep your chip bag closed once you open it? Look no further. A bobby pin will do the trick. Just place it over the fold of the bag and boom – the perfect chip clip.
Use a bobby pin to hold a nail steady when you’re hammering it, so you keep your fingers out of the way and minimize any chance of injury.
Long gone are the days of the frustration of trying to squeeze out the last bits of toothpaste from an almost empty toothpaste tube — slip a bobby pin onto the end to get the most out of your toothpaste.
No need to spend money on a bookmark or ruin your book by dog-earing the pages, a bobby pin makes a great bookmark that will your hold your place in the book without spoiling the pages.
The end of a bobby pin makes the perfect tool for painting on your nails. You can create perfect dots by dipping the end into nail polish and making a dot on your fingernail.
Add Volume To Your Ponytail
A bobby pin has endless uses when it comes to hairdos, and adding volume to a ponytail is one of them. Add two bobby pins in a criss-cross shape at the base of your ponytail, and your ponytail will stay full of volume.
Keep your money organized by using a bobby pin as a clip. Just place a bobby pin on a thin wad of cash, and it will save you from ever losing stray cash again. You may end up with a couple small stacks of money, but we think it would help organize your $1s, $5s, and $10s anyway!