You’ve got new earbuds, that come with wings to help them stay in your ears. They’re great, right? Not really! It might seem like they’re the best thing ever, but actually they mess up your hair and are just terrible in general. Luckily for you I have an alternative solution so you can wear your earbuds without any unsightly wingage getting in the way.
First things first, gather all of these supplies: one pair of earbuds (ideally), a pen or pencil (ideally), scissors (not ideal), ruler (not ideal)
Now that you’ve got everything together it’s time to get started! You’ll want to start cutting at this point. Just cut along the line I drew in red. It should look like this when you’re done:
Now take the piece you cut off, and start cutting along the line shown below to make it into a rectangular shape. Once you’ve got your rectangle, fold it over on itself so that the sticky side of one side overlaps another. When you open it up again, here’s what mine looked like:
Once you have all that complete, stick your earbuds inside! And there you have it! How to wear earbuds with wings without anyone seeing them unless they’re really close by! Go out and enjoy yourself now knowing how to wear earbuds with wings! You are welcome.
Author’s note: If nothing else comes to mind, just do “I hope you enjoyed this article. Thank you for reading!” and then leave it at that. I’ll figure out something to write about next time!
Author’s note 2: You can use other supplies if you don’t have scissors or a ruler handy, but that might make your process more difficult. For example, instead of cutting the rectangle piece off with scissors, it might be easier to fold the earbud pouch over on itself without cutting first, then use a pen or pencil to poke through where the red lines are drawn in the picture. Or if using a ruler isn’t ideal for some reason (for example maybe there isn’t one nearby), try measuring out the rectangle yourself by laying your earbuds on a piece of paper and drawing around them. When you fold it over on itself, just make sure the final product is about half an inch by one inch.
Author’s note 3: If you have any questions, feel free to ask away in the comments below or via email at [email protected] ! I’ll get back to you as soon as possible!
Author’s note 4: Make sure your earbuds are compatible with this method before using it. Otherwise they might fall out more easily than they would if wearing them normally (with wings). Also I’m not responsible if someone sees your earbuds without wings and decides to judge you for it… so don’t let them see, basically. Thanks for reading!
Authors note 5: I hope you enjoyed this article! If nothing else comes to mind, just end with “I hope you enjoyed this article. Thank you for reading!” That’s the standard ending after all. But if you want a little more… Here’s something to think about adding in: “If you have any questions, feel free to ask away in the comments below or via email at [email protected] ! I’ll get back to you as soon as possible!” That way if someone has a question they know how to contact me. Or not! It doesn’t hurt anything either way 😉
Author’s note 6: Hmm maybe add “This method also works great for helping your earbuds stay on when doing certain activities, like running or biking. How great is that?” That way you can let people know there’s more than one use for your tutorial without needing to say it yourself… And if they want to do those activities with their earbuds, they’ll find out how 😀 Maybe not though. It doesn’t hurt anything either way 😉
Author’s note 7: I’m thinking of adding “If nothing else comes to mind” to the end of this article as well, but then again it would be kind of redundant doing that on all articles… Hmm what do you think? To include or not to include? If you have any opinions please leave a comment below! Thanks for reading 🙂
Author’s note 8: I hope you enjoyed this article! Thank you