Make up is an amazing thing, but sometimes keeping it organised can be a pain in the butt or just not look very neat, even if it’s in designated storage. I’ve found five of the cutest and neatest ways to keep your beauty products in order and just looking amazing when not in use.
These gorgeous upcycled jars painted in a stunning rose gold are perfect to organise your brushes on your dresser and look pretty darn cute, too.
This gorgeous cream make up caddy is great to store bits n bobs of make up, perfumes, brushes and even jewellery! Pretty much anything small that clutters your dresser or make up space can be kept in here and look much more presentable.
Available from Lakeland for £16
This nail polish rack organiser is a great way to store your nail polishes and put them proudly on display. I personally think it also doubles as some quirky art that just shows off your love for nails!
These bags are perfect for any gal or guy on the move that needs to take their make up! There are four different designs and are extremely affordable!
This is perfect for any drawer. I know that mine are very cluttered so this is perfect to put the right items in the right section. The great thing about this is that it’s expandable and fits many drawers!
Available from The Holding Company for £15.95
What products do you think are most useful? What do you use for storing your make up?
Jazz is a Disney, tea and pop culture enthusiast with a passion for blogging. Also a proud introvert.
A great post. I’m always looking for good storage choices to put all of my products in. I have one of those nail polish racks, I love how neat it makes everything look x
Some lovely products here. I wear makeup, but Imy makeup bag is pretty basic x
I love reading posts about storage hacks and those jars are gorgeous. My makeup is all stored in a box under our bed at the moment
I love the gold mason jars, very cute!
The drawer tray is a great idea and I love the rose gold pots!
They’re so beautiful aren’t they?
They are and they’re something I’d have a go at DIY-ing myself