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12 Things Every Woman Should Have In Her Bag

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Hand bags are every woman's best friend, well, I in particular cannot move or go anywhere without a handbag or clutch bag, you would be surprised to find so many strange items in a lady's bag. Apart from a wallet, keys and cell phone, there are more items that should be carried around in the bags. 

1. Sanitizers: every girl should have this item in her bag so as to reduce germs when come in contact with one.  

2. Pads: well, most ladies should have these stuffed in a secret section of the bag when its about that time of the month, no one should be caught walking around in a stained dress.

3. Handkerchief: is a valuable item for those who sweat a lot or want to get rid of spilled drinks on clothes.

4. Wipes: this item can come in handy if you want to use the bathroom, be it at the work place or a public place, might also come in handy if you want a make up re_do.

5. Small Perfume: this should be kept in the bag at all times as it will always come in handy.

6. Make Up Bag: this little bag should be loaded with a mirror, compact powder, lip gloss, lipstick and eyeliner. 

7. Pen and Notebook: you obviously need these to always keep notes, your battery might fail you when you need to use it make notes.

8. Comb/Brush: to tidy up hair this should come handy.

9. Hair Band: you wouldn't like your hair or braids covering your face and distracting you while you work.

10. Earphones : if you are a music lover like me then you will definitely move around with your earphone, no one like being bored. 

11. Gum/Mints: bad breath can be a turn off if you haven't eaten for a long time, your breath might smell bad, so a pack of gum or tic tac is needed for fresh breath, also after a meal you wouldn't want your friends to know you just had fish.

12.  Moisturizer:  most times you find out your hands are dry or you notice ashy legs, well, that is where your moisturizer comes in.

I hope this article was helpful........ :) you can drop your contributions on what other items you feel should be carried about in the bag too..... thanx! 

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