My heart always sinks when I get to the end of one of my fav scented candles, which right now is my Costes candle I purchased from Black Caviar , the classic Diptyque candles and of course Jo Malone – knowing that not only do I have to go buy another $70 candle, but I also have to throw out it’s pretty jar. Well now I no longer have to and neither do you, by recycling the candle jar and using them as make-up brush holders which can also house your tweezers, eyelash curlers and other beauty tools, while making your bathroom or dressing table look a bit more classy and elegant.

This can be achieved in just three easy steps…

  • After there is little to no wax left in the candle, wait for the jar to cool down and simply use a pair of tweezers to remove the wick. If there happens to be a bit of left over wax, heat up the jar by placing it in warm water to melt the wax.

  • Using warm water and dish detergent, wash out the candle jar to remove all the soot. Be extremely cautious if there is a sticker on the outside of the jar if you want to keep it. If it gets wet, it may fall off.
  • Dry the jar and arrange the items as you wish! SO EASY!

Have you ever turned a candle jar into a make-up brush holder? Let me know in the comments section…

XO,

S

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So Sasha is a balanced lifestyle blog which covers Sasha's daily musings and let's her share her tips, tricks and everything that inspires her in fashion, beauty, fitness, food, art, design, health and wellness with other women. With her love and passion for fashion, coupled with consistent inquiries from both friends and strangers about how she stays fit, where she shops, eats, and travels to, Sasha finally decided to create So Sasha in October 2012. Apart from being a self-proclaimed fashion fanatic with a penchant for mixing luxe labels with budget finds, she is also a foodie (who loves organic, clean eating) and considers herself a "well-heeled" traveler...pun intended. Having lived in cities around the world, Sasha currently calls Toronto home and lives with her Yorkie/Bichon mix Brooklyn.

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