Handling Prom Emergencies
Handling Prom Emergencies
Even with all of our efforts and pains, things don't always work out as planned. Even before the date is revealed, everyone begins to get ready for prom. All girls work hard to achieve their goal of looking stunning on this night, but sometimes mistakes happen. You shouldn't freak out or begin to worry about it. Instead, because anything can happen, be ready. Once your dress, shoes, jewelry, and other essentials are ready, it's time to discuss how to handle prom emergencies. Let's get going!
Listed below are some special situations and solutions to help you through embarrassing situations.
Pimples: If there was a zit or pimple on your face a day before or even on a similar day, then it is not the time to panic. What you can do is take two aspirin tablets, crush them into a fine powder, and add a few drops of water to it. Now, apply this mixture to your pimple and let it sit for 20 minutes. It will be gone soon!
Puffy Eyes: Another thing that can happen is that you wake up with puffy eyes. You don’t have to be worried again as the quick and easy fix is to put two metal tablespoons in the freezer for 10 minutes and put them on your eyes. Do this again and again until you don’t see any puffiness.
Gum Grossness: If you sat on chewing gum accidentally while you were wearing your dress, then don’t be worried because we also have a solution for that. For this, take a plastic cover and add ice cubes to it. Now rub the ice on the chewing gum. The chewing gum will become hard and it will come off easily.
Zipper Woes: Stuck zipper? Carefully avoiding the prom dress fabric, smooth graphite from a pencil, candle wax, or soap over the problem area. Also, you can unstick the most stubborn zippers by soaking the fabric surrounding the zipper with Windex, but be sure to spot-test the fabric first on a hidden, inner layer to ensure that there will be no discoloration.
Heels: If your heels are giving you trouble, then don’t worry, we have a solution for that too. For this, take some band-aids and stick them to the back of your heels so that they don’t hurt you anymore. You can walk freely now without any pain in your heels.
Prom Spills and Stains: Juice or Soda Spills. When you're out on the dance floor, you can almost always count on seeing someone having a good time while holding a drink in their hand. Don't worry if juice or soda gets on your prom suit or dress. Just use a clean cloth to wipe up the spill as much as you can. It's crucial to get rid of all the sugar from the stained area. The fabric will become yellow if not. With plain water dampened, lightly brush outward from the stain's center using a sponge or cloth. Before using an absorbent dry cloth or paper towel to treat the area until the stain is entirely removed, flush the area with water if at all possible. Thick or Oily Stains. Use a flat, blunt item like a butter knife or credit card to delicately remove the residue off if the prom spill is thick or oily (like that sneaky, bothersome gravy). By doing this, you can prevent spreading the spill into your prom dress' fabric. After that, take a napkin, paper towel, or piece of clothing and carefully blot as much of the stain away as you can. To absorb more of the liquid from the fabric, if available, sprinkle more cornstarch, baby powder, or salt on the stain. After a minute, let it on and then quickly brush it off. You can now use a stain removal pen or wipes for even better results if you packed them, or if not, just use club soda or water. Use a fresh paper towel to wipe the surface repeatedly until the stain is removed.
Transportation Emergencies: Depending on where you reside, proms are typically held in the spring, which could result in a variety of weather conditions. You should hire a competent driver for prom regardless of what the weather has in store for you. Nothing compares to the sensation of having a mature adult drive so that you can unwind and enjoy the journey. Ideally, the weather will be ideal on the night of your prom, but even if the prediction is for sweltering heat, bitter cold, snow, or rain on your special night, it is still feasible to weatherproof your outfit. If you plan carefully, it's simple to stride out in style while being optimistic in the face of mother nature, from the haircut you select to the accessories you wear.
What To Do If Someone Is Wearing The Same Outfit As You? There’s no need to panic if someone is wearing the same outfit as you. The best thing to do is to simply embrace it as a coincidence and move on. If you’re feeling confident, you can even strike up a conversation with the person about your shared taste in fashion. However, if you’re not feeling so confident, simply avoid the person and act like nothing is out of the ordinary. Either way, there’s no need to make a big deal out of it.
Prom night is so anticipated that even a minor difficulty can seem to spell the end of the world. But don't worry! Believe it or not, there are usually straightforward solutions to practically every problem on prom night. With these simple solutions for typical prom night issues, you may avoid the stress and drama and maintain your cheerful attitude.