Makeup Organization - Great Website


fly_eyez
on Jul 03, 2016 @ 05:13 pm

Hi friends, today I was researching some storage ideas for my makeup palettes and came upon this site. It's really interesting if you want to take a look. This gal also has some amazing ideas for eyeshadow palatte organization - wow! She's got everything covered. Anyhow, I got some organization inspo and maybe you will too :)

http://myeyeshadowconsultant.com/2013/08/16/makeup-re-organizing/

 


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Sandra Ribeiro
makeup on Jul 03, 2016 @ 06:39 pm

Great ideas!
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Yoanella
Wow on Jul 03, 2016 @ 10:17 pm

Awesome ideas to keep everything organized!
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prettyrainbow
. on Jul 03, 2016 @ 11:02 pm

She does have great ideas! I actually de-potted my single eyeshadows a while back and hot glued them to empty CD cases. Since the cases are transparent, it's so easy to know which one to grab instead of having to open up every palette.
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fly_eyez
@prettyrainbow on Jul 03, 2016 @ 11:54 pm

That is an awesome idea! Teachers often come up with some crafty stuff. My problem is how to store my new and in use palettes. Different sizes and shapes. I often repurpose items and use office supply items & go to Ikea for organization items and just random things. I got pretty, dainty flowerpots to hold items like my combs and brushes and some of my other tall items. I have a black, white, baby pink and turquoise color scheme and I found awesome items in those colors last summer. Major finds for my jewelry stuff too. And of course Michaels for jewelry stuff.
I was thinking about a graduated file holder for a desk to store my palattes but I will have to see what's out there.
Any palatte storage ideas? BTW, it's for face palettes not eyeshadow so there are huge, big and little ones.
I'm also looking for something better than my clear acrylic organizer for my eyelashes. A lot a unused in their original packaging, some are in benefit (or similar) cases to be reused and I purchased some cases online for the ardell kind that do not have a storage case - they are just packaged in plastic. I needed something to keep them sterile and keep the dust off.
Any ideas? Cost is key. I want my area to look beautiful but not for $100's :)
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