I am messy by nature. If I have a white top, you can guarantee it won’t stay that way for long. Mess is drawn to me like a magnet and if I’m eating out, you may or may not see me wearing a paper napkin as a bib. A girl has to be prepared. Whether its foundation or food, stains are annoying and they have ruined a lot of my clothes. I have been playing around and putting to the test the best stain removing products and I have finally found the secret of how to get foundation stains off clothes.
How to get foundation stains off clothes
When it comes to getting ready, the threat of mess and staining is real, especially when you opt to wear foundation with a 24hours wear time and waterproof mascara, a girl like me is playing with fire. That, paired with my awkward fashion style has me changing clothes 5 times before I ever leave the house. Basically, all 4 outfits prior to my last one are covered with the sexy streak of a foundation and by the time I get home, the fifth outfit has a food stain. I am all class.
I could be sensible and scarf my face. This is a trick I learned working in retail. Have you ever been to a clothing store and see a scarf hanging up? Same. I always thought, ‘”well… that’s not how I would decorate this space”. It seems I’m a little late to the party because those scarves are actually meant to be placed over your face when you try on clothes to avoid the cake face rubbing off on all the clothes you’re trying on. Clever idea, I know. However, nobody has time to place a scarf over their face every time they change their top.
So, here you have it. The $5 product for which saves all my clothes from foundation stains, mascara smears and from lipstick marks. So, what is this stain savior? Sard. This shit is good. Whether the stain is a minute old or a month old, this stuff has worked wonder for me on all fabrics. Rub it on, massage it in and either soak it or throw it in the machine, voila! This post has inspired my inner Martha Stewart. I have no idea if this product will work for your clothes, but it has saved me $100’s of bucks and has managed to save clothes which had no chance otherwise.
If you stain it, Sard it. Suprise surprise, this post is definitely not sponsored.