23 July 2014


My Makeup Storage. Finally, my makeup organization plan is coming together. I ordered some acrylic storage units from Hautelook (invite link) several weeks ago, and they only just came in today. After work, I made a point to get my crap together, because it was overtaking my entire desk, which is 4.5 ft. x 2.2 ft. I already had one unit that I purchased from Hautelook a while back, and when they came back on offer, I figured I'd give myself a couple more units for my birthday. These units in particular retail for $38 depending on where you buy them. Hautelook sells them for $15-$18, depending on the supplier. Considering they come with 3 drawers and a top unit that holds 12 lipsticks with extra room to store other items as well, I figured $15 is a pretty good deal. 

Now that I have 3 units, I stacked and secured all the drawers to create one large unit and placed the attachments around the edge of my desk to open up the center. Also, I store my smaller eyeshadow palettes in another acrylic box, but since I'm not quite satisfied with that, I'll have to figure out what to do with it sooner or later... hopefully sooner!
I think these drawers are a great alternative to some of the more expensive acrylic containers, especially since they are built using a pretty thick acrylic, and I love that the handles are decorative and the edges are beveled, which adds a feminine touch.

How do you store your makeup? Do you have any recommendations to store palettes other than magazine/letter holders? I already have a few of those in mind ;).

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