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Emergency Kit For Girls

So we have all had that moment where the zipper on your jeans break, or the back of your earring falls, off but of course you have nothing to fix this problem, so what do you do? I have created my very own emergency kit that covers all of the things I could think of that I would need!



Here is the little bag I fit it all in...


Safety Pins in case a strap breaks
Earring Backs in case you lose one
Small Hairbands/Rubber Bands
Bobby Pins



I pack them like this in this little bag for easy access


An extra contact in case one falls out or rips (If applicable)
Oil Blotting Sheets



Once again, easy access



A few dollers



Ibuprofen, Tylenol, Advil, any legal over the counter pain reliever 


Band-aids for cuts and Blisters



A pad or tampon in case of a "surprise"


Chapstick or Lipgloss


A nail file and a small bottle of clear fingernail polish for a quick fix on cuts or nails




Hair-bows



...and finally, a mirror




Put this little bag in your purse or backpack so you will always have it if you need anything in it!
:)

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