Gather up the hair styling and grooming products that you have in your bedroom and bathroom as well as in your purse or gym bag.
Are there products that you dislike? Maybe the fragrance made your eyes water, or the shampoo left your hair limp. Unless these products are fairly new, and you want to ask around and see if anyone wants them, toss these items you aren’t going to use. Holding onto something you won’t use doesn’t allow you to get extra value from the item.
If you have partially-filled bottles of shampoo or other products, sort them onto a shelf so you’ll use up the items with the least amount in them first. If you have a collection of shampoos and conditioners from hotels, use them at home.
Find a place to keep your hair products together so you’ll remember what you have, and you’ll use these goods.
Susan Caplan McCarthy
I'm Susan, a writer and teacher developing a second career as a Decluttering Coach.