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Organization fans know that there are endless ways to arrange a bathroom vanity. You can store things in bins, place them on lazy Susans, line them up in rainbow order — the list goes on and on. The problem is, if you’re working with hundreds of items, even the tidiest of systems might make it difficult to find the products you need at the end of a night. Fortunately for beauty fanatics, Lucy Hale just posted a genius solution to those dealing with that conundrum. Her skin care organization idea? It involves a label maker — but probably not the way you’d expect.

While you’re likely used to seeing The Home Edit team slap labels on cute baskets and clear boxes, Hale’s storage hack is a bit different. Instead of going the traditional route, the actor used a portable label maker to make stickers for the products themselves, thereby taking any guesswork out of your daily routines.

In an Instagram story on Jan. 18, the 31-year-old shared her idea, showing off a picture of a Biologique Recherche serum with her homemade labels. The bottle featured two stickers — one that said “final step” and another that read “am or pm.” “We’ve reached this step of adulthood *labeling*” Hale joked in the post.

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Known for her role as Aria Montgomery in Pretty Little Liars, Lucy Hale subscribes to a strict skincare and beauty regime. It’s obviously working for her because the 31-year-old actress has never looked better.

Part of her daily routine involves taking care of her luscious dark eyebrows. Not only does she never let anyone touch them, but she has a whole system down to make sure she looks her best before stepping foot out of the house.

Lucy Hale attends a movie premiere

Lucy Hale’s skincare and beauty regime

Hale recently explained her daily skincare and beauty regime for VogueShe gave a 25-step video tutorial on her everyday makeup and beauty secrets.

Hale is admittedly obsessed with keeping her skin clean. Every morning she uses a vitamin C wash and splashes her face with cold water, which helps to shrink pores and also wake her up. Hale said she struggled with severe cystic acne in her 20s, so now she likes to exfoliate regularly to keep it under control.

Some of the things she uses to keep her skin clear are LED therapy, a growth stem cell serum, and facial sheet masks. Hale says her friends laugh at her, but she swears by lip balm, saying that she is “100 percent a lip balm hoarder.”

When it comes to makeup, she uses a foundation that matches her skin tone and says that her staples consist of concealer, mascara, and brow gel. She likes to apply makeup every day.

Her favorite products are light pink colored eyeshadow to help her eyes pop, blush, highlighter, and lip liner. She likes to double up on liner on the bottom lip, with a thinner line on the top lip, to get a pouty look that works for her personality.

For her hair, she washes it the night before and then uses a dry shampoo in oily spots as part of her daily styling ritual. Hair products that Hale likes to keep on hand include a texture spray and water-based pomade.

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