Hacks for organising your beauty products - beautyhair.co.uk

Hacks for organising your beauty products

If your beauty products have taken over the bathroom, most of your bedroom and a little section of the kitchen, we feel you. There's just so many things that are 'essentials' it can be tricky to find a space for them all. When you're a beauty lover, and your products deserve their own suite, sometimes it can be a little difficult to find what you need, when you need it, and a little organisation never hurt anyone. Here are our top hacks for organising your beauty products.

Use plastic sticky hooks for your electricals If you can't get enough of new hair tools, first of all, check out our Aphrodite range, and then stick command hooks to a spare surface to store them. You can do this on the inside of cupboards to save space or somewhere out of reach of little fingers, and it'll make sure your cables don't get all tangled too.

Get a case for your nail polish If you love beautiful nails, then you're going to have a lot of nail polishes and we all know how much of a mess they can make. Invest in a professional nail polish case so you can see exactly what colours you have and find the one you need straight away.

Get a pretty plant pot for storing your makeup brushes Make sure all of your brushes are easy to get to and keep them in a decorative plant pot or container. Set it on your desk, so you never have to scramble around in your drawers for your eyeliner brush again!

Use a revolving spice rack for your daily products This fun hack is a great way to keep all of your daily essentials in one place, saving space and making it easy to access them. Keep it next to your bathroom sink so you can cleanse, tone, moisturise and whatever you want to do without taking up all of the space.

Use a basket to keep all your palettes together Palettes are a girl's best friend, and it's the end of the world when one breaks, so keep them together in a neat basket or container.

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