It's always a hassle to put on a clasp bracelet. You know how it is: If you don't have someone there to help, you're stuck struggling, wishing you had a third hand.
If you're like us, you've tried laying your hand on a table, as if you're preparing for a procedure. When that doesn't work, you hold down the bottom half of the bracelet on your wrist and jerk your hand until the other half meets the clasp. Somehow you always manage it, but it's never easy.
Of course, there are accessories you can buy to make the process easier—like the Bracelet Buddy—but why spend the extra money? Especially now that we know there's a simpler way to put them on, thanks to a handy (see what we did there?) household item: Scotch tape!
ICYMI, take a small piece of tape, and place it on the end of the bracelet by the ring. Stick both on your wrist, and you should be able to easily bring the clasp to the circle. Easy, right? Even better, the whole process takes seconds. For a full demo, see the video below:
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.