21 MORE Ways to Store Your Makeup

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21 More Ways to Store Your Makeup

Here’s a little followup to last week’s 21 Ways to Store Your Makeup. Why? Because a girl’s gotta have options. :)



  1. The Brush Guard: I thought this was a pretty original way to store brushes — using mesh tube sleeves to protect the bristles from getting bent out of shape. It just makes sense!
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  3. The Aluminum Cosmetics Train Case: Like luggage for your cherished beauty goods, you can load this baby up to make travel THAT much more convenient.
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  5. DIY Makeup Organization and Storage: Save a few dollars by making your own makeup storage at home with this well done instructional video.
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  7. How to Store Your Makeup Hygienically: Some things to keep in mind if you’ve been passin’ your lipgloss around to your girlfriends…
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  9. The Dotty Folding Cosmetic Organizer: There is a bag for every purpose, and this cute bag’s purpose is clear — bargain beauty on the go!
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  11. Tackling Makeup Storage: This little lady has some awesome ideas for storing beauty supplies in — no kidding — a fishing tackle box! No, seriously.
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  13. Makeup Storage and Organization on a Budget: This video gives some great ideas for affordable organizational accessories readily available at craft stores or Wal-mart.
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  15. Easy Makeup Organizer Using Office Supplies: Now you know what to do with all those office supplies you borrowed from work, LOL! Those plastic organizers designed for paper clips and Post-Its work great for makeup, too.
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  17. Fun Cosmetic Organizer Craft Ideas: Roll up your sleeves and get creative. Have fun organizing your makeup collection, and express yourself creatively at the same time.
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  19. Imitation Department Store Makeup Storage: Take a page out of Macy’s book, and copy the design of department store makeup displays for home.
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  21. How to Make a Vanity Cosmetic Organizer: Hey, Martha Stewart! Here’s a fantastic idea for a DIY decorative makeup case.
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  23. Looking at the Basics Cosmetics Organizer: Want to try before you buy? Check out this review of the Basics Cosmetic Organizer.
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  25. How to Store Makeup: Yet more help for the hard-core beauty addict whose makeup has taken over her space.
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  27. Simplifying Your Vacation Makeup Bag: One word: streamline. Less can be more when it comes to travel makeup and airlines charging $15 for each checked bag. Squeeze everything into one suitcase with some of these space-saving storage ideas.
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  29. Choosing a Cosmetics Case: This article covers the when, where, why and how of choosing the right cosmetics case for your army of beauty supplies.
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  31. Makeup Brush Cleaning, Care and Storage: With the help of this guide, you’ll know how to properly store and clean your makeup brushes, extending their life (which means getting more bang for your buck).
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  33. More Makeup Storage Tips: Just a roundup of some great tips to care for and store your makeup.
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  35. Even MORE Makeup Storage Tips: This link gives loads of ideas for ways to store your makeup.
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  37. Get Serious About Storing Your Makeup: It’s a serious subject, after all (not really), but with the help of these ideas, you can save time when it comes to putting on your makeup.
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  39. Makeup Storage for Your MAC Collection: Obviously, these ideas would work for more than just MAC Cosmetics. Take a peek at this video for help organizing your shrine to the makeup gods!
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  41. Makeup Storage Drawers: This post features great ideas, like the 6-drawer cabinet box, to keep all your little beauty bits safe and secure.
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So last night’s SF ghost tour was a lot of fun. I learned all about SF’s checkered preternatural past, including one friendly ghost, once the headmistress of a girl’s school circa 1900 (now a beautifully restored hotel), who sometimes tucks the hotel’s guests in to sleep.

I’ll post pictures soon. Hope you’re having a nice Sunday morning. :)

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen

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  1. Yarisse says:

    Thanks for both storage ideas posts, they were so much helpful!

  2. Jessica says:

    I’m thinking about getting my boyfriend to help me just BUILD a storage!! I like keeping things in drawers not on top of counters, so something with layers and dividers would be helpful :)

    Jessica´s last blog post..MAC and Lush Haul!

    • Karen says:

      Hi Jessica,

      Aw, what a nice boyfriend! That’s cool that he has the skills to build something like that for you.

      I always wanted to take wood shop classes because I think building is cool… I guess it’s probably better that I never got around to it, as I’m terribly clumsy.

      Hope you’re having a nice weekend so far!

  3. Hey Karen! Great post! Love all the ideas – I wanted to chim in a give you one more “bag” recommendation – http://www.thekimgreeneline.com/ – these are an industry favorite and they are amazing!

    Melissa Street´s last blog post..MaqPro Paris!

    • Karen says:

      Hi Melissa,

      Awesome! I love that they are clear so you can see everything inside. :) And the pic of Christina Applegate on the home page is adorable (love her).

  4. Michele says:

    hey- Michele here chiming in. el hub is redoing outside around the pool.
    i clean my brushes with shampoo. Suave clarity is cheap and works well. Soak them, then rinse well and air dry. Go through old ones and toss.
    I stand them up in retired glasses. It gives me an excuse to buy a new set from Target.
    Enjoy the sun while it lasts.
    Michele

  5. Catherine says:

    LOL. How timely. I just wrote a blog post on how I organize my makeup! I love Daiso for cute organizers and multipurpose boxes. =)

    Catherine´s last blog post..Organized!

  6. Amanda says:

    i use a tackle box that I picked up at the sporting goods store. :-)

  7. Karen says:

    Hi Catherine,

    Oh yah! There’s one of those up here in the Bay Area. I haven’t been to it yet, though, but I’ve heard it’s super cool.

  8. Karen says:

    Hi Amanda,

    I’ve done that in the past.

    One of these days I’m gonna get my Sears Craftsman to store my stash!

  9. Marisol says:

    Loving all these storage ideas.

    Glad that you had fun in SF.

    Marisol´s last blog post..Dalai Lama’s 18 rules for living

  10. Awesome ideas! The fishing tackle box idea is just plain genius!

  11. Yarisse says:

    Hi Karen!
    Well, actually I am going to buy those wooden boxes from IKEA and also make my own brush stands combining a vase and decorative sand, both also from IKEA.
    I had another idea before so I spent almost all night searching the internet for a craftstore nearby or online but I had no luck, so IKEA is my chance to finally get my messy collection properly organized :)

  12. Didi says:

    O wow – I totally use tackle boxes for my makeup too! Or craft boxes. I really like the ones from snapware :)

  13. isah says:

    Great post! I’m becoming a more organized person so this was really timely.

    I also really like the new look of your blog.

  14. Michele says:

    Has anyone ever gone to the container store? They have some neat cheap stuff. For Jewelry, too!
    Michele

  15. Laura says:

    Ooo, number 21 is mine :) It’s sooo pretty isn’t it :)

  16. hannah says:

    The idea #13 you could use a foam block and cut holes and cover the block with fabric and it can hold lip glosses ,eyeliner, brushes

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