Monday, January 25, 2010
Me? I wear no cosmetics - so I don't need a cosmetics organizer. But for all of you who do wear cosmetics, there are some interesting way to keep them under control - going beyond the basic acrylic products.
One option is to use drawer organizers sized for cosmetics. Rev-A-Shelf is one company that provides these; Ovis is one company that sells them.
Axis International also sells bathroom drawer dividers that can work for cosmetics.
But a drawer might not be the right place for you to store cosmetics. In that case, you may want to look at the various cosmetic organizers sold by sold by Lori Greiner, such as the one shown above. [Thanks to organizers Terri Stephens and Sandy Jenny for the pointer.]
Another tabletop product is Lips-n-Eyes, sold through Solutions and other retailers.
And PB Teen also sells a makeup organizer.
Another approach is to use the door of your medicine cabinet - and MagnaPods.
And for those of you who use mineral makeup, there's the Mineral Case.
Finally, there's Kristina's Custom Cosmetics Organizers, which can be made from 100% recycled materials, or from colored posterboard in the specific colors you choose, as with the one above.
Cosmetics: They Don't Last Forever