Mrs Hinch Shares Handy Christmas Hack To Make Your Tree Look Perfect

Mrs Hinch has shared a helpful Christmas hack to make sure your tree is looking tip top this festive season.

The Instagram sensation showed her social media followers how to hide the strings on your baubles to make your tree look that little bit neater.

Speaking to her Hinchers, the hairdresser said: "These little parts where you can see where the baubles are attached, I just put a bit of snow over it."

Mrs Hinch explained how she doesn't like the strings on the baubles to be visible. (Credit: Instagram/Mrs Hinch)
Mrs Hinch explained how she doesn't like the strings on the baubles to be visible. (Credit: Instagram/Mrs Hinch)

So not only does it make your tree look neater, but it will also add an extra festive finish, which is always a bonus.

Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, revealed that she was putting her tree up early this year.

She wrote: "Hello my Hinchers. Our Hinchmas Tree is up a little earlier than normal for us however we are off on our honeymoon this week so I wanted to make sure it was up before we go!

To neaten the tree up Mrs Hinch sprays the bauble strings with fake snow. (Credit: Instagram/Mrs Hinch)
To neaten the tree up Mrs Hinch sprays the bauble strings with fake snow. (Credit: Instagram/Mrs Hinch)

"I really hope you like it! Feel free to watch my story to see how it was done!

"Putting your tree up should be nothing but smiles .. so make it as simple and easy as you can!

"Remember everyone's tree is to their own taste therefore to me every Xmas tree is special!

Mrs Hinch has put her tree up early as she goes on honeymoon next week. (Credit: Instagram/Mrs Hinch)
Mrs Hinch has put her tree up early as she goes on honeymoon next week. (Credit: Instagram/Mrs Hinch)

"What may suit one person may not suit the next .. but that's what makes Christmas so fun!"

Earlier this month Mrs Hinch also shared a quick hack to get your house sparkling ready for the big day.

Taking to her Instagram story she shared her tips for removing stubborn marks with cleaning products you probably already have in your home.

Firstly, the Essex-based hairdresser filled up a tub of warm water mixed with one cap of fabric softener.

Sophie then quickly gave the area a dust-down using her feather duster- Dave.

Using her Minky - the £2.49 anti-bacterial cleaning pad - Mrs Hinch wiped the walls clean with the warm, diluted fabric softener.

And the small spot of dirt left by her dog Henry vanished.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Mrs Hinch/ITV/This Morning

Bethany Gleave

Bethany Gleave is a Freelance Journalist at PRETTY52 and joined the team in 2018. She is a Multimedia Journalism graduate from the University of Salford, and started her career at a national press agency, writing breaking and trending news for the national newspapers.

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