Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Acrylic Makeup Brush & Pencil Storage





Acrylic Tube Organiser* - £14.99

When you own a lot of beauty products it always pays to be organised. I like to give everything it's own special home so I know exactly where to find the things I'm looking for. Eye & lip pencils especially tend to get lost within my drawers & look a bit messy all jumbled up together. I've been looking for a nice storage solution for a while and I thought that this lovely acrylic tube organiser from Qwerkity would be perfect for them. Most people store their pencils in a single pot but I like this one because of all the separate tubes. It makes it much easier to organise the pencils by colour or type. When you group your products together like this it's clear to see what you have & what you don't actually need. I can't even begin to tell you how many black eyeliners I have. I always get loads of them from gift with purchase offers. It's definitely time for a beauty cull!




These tube organisers are also great for storing makeup brushes. I recently bought these ones from eBay as so many people have been raving about them lately. I've had bad experiences with buying cheap eBay brushes before where they've had a horrible smell, felt rough or shed like crazy. These are surprisingly good quality and I got all 10 for just £17. The price varies quite a lot on this same listing. Looking at it now, they're currently only £13! My other brush pots were getting a little too full so it's good to have another place to keep all these new ones. Although I personally consider Real Techniques to be a budget brush brand, it can get quite expensive if you buy every single one. If you're looking for something even cheaper but of a similar quality then I'd highly recommend buying these ones from eBay. They feel really soft & blend like a dream. The large kabuki brushes are brilliant for foundation. The flat kabuki is just like the wonderful Sigma F80 brush & the tapered kabuki reminds me of the Louise Young Super Foundation brush. The smaller ones are great for concealing, blending eye shadow or precision contouring. They're a must-have for anyone lacking in the brush department.


twitter / tumblr / youtube / instagram / bloglovin'

13 comments:

  1. I think I might invest in this storage for my brushes seeing as my brush obsession is currently a little bit out of the hand! Definitely going to check out the make up brushes too!

    itsclolow.blogspot.co.uk

    X

    ReplyDelete
  2. I always want better ways to store my makeup as it's actually all in the spare room at the minute! Need to devise a perfect dresser/makeup place!

    xx

    www.erinjaine.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  3. This is such a good idea :)

    Claudia xxx
    www.claudiakitten.blogspot.co.uk

    ReplyDelete
  4. I'm always on the lookout for new acrylic makeup storage! This looks great as do them ebay brushes :)

    Zandra // AZTEC DOLL Fashion & Beauty Blog

    ReplyDelete
  5. These are so cute! If I had them I'd be constantly organizing and reorganizing them!

    ReplyDelete
  6. the brushes sound fab, might just have to invest! Also love the idea of storing pencils in different tubes, looks great :)

    http://ciarapocket.blogspot.ie x

    ReplyDelete
  7. Ooh these look really good! I could definitely do with something like this for my insane collection of eyeliners. My make-up brushes are currently stored in one of those freeb Coca Cola glasses from McDonald's hahah ;)

    ReplyDelete
  8. I love buying storage items, one of the best things I've got off ebay is an acrylic lipstick organiser for about 99p including shipping, it's so useful! Also pretty surprising that the brushes are such good quality, you never know with ebay! xx

    ☾ www.liquoricepearls.com ☾

    ReplyDelete
  9. Ahh I love the look of this! I'm a sucker for acrylic storage!

    Jennie xo | sailorjennie.com

    ReplyDelete
  10. Only recently bought Muji storage (talk about late on the bandwagon) but I love it. Now I want more acrylic storage! x

    www.processbeauty.co.uk

    ReplyDelete