6 Storage Hacks for Your Personal Items
Keep your bedroom and bathroom organized by crafting storage solutions for your beauty must-haves
Leaving brushes, makeup, and other essentials on the counter can create visual clutter—in the bathroom and on your dresser.
Avoid the mess and feeling stressed each time you get ready for work by crafting organizers using items that are locally available.
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After cleaning your makeup brushes, where do you usually store them? While it's easier to stuff them inside pouches and drawers, it's important that you keep them dirt-free. Straw dispensers are ideal when storing brushes as it makes it easier for you to get what you need while keeping your essentials free from dust.
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Items found in the kitchen can also be used to keep beauty essentials organized. A sushi mat may come in handy if you're storing brushes and pencils. Click here to learn how you can make a sushi mat makeup holder.
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Love the smell of coffee in the morning? Create your own makeup brush stand by filling an empty glass jar with coffee beans. Aside from having an instant catchall, the coffee beans can also serve as deodorizers.
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This project can come in handy if you're always having a hard time locating your mascara and other cosmetics. You may choose to place and group together your everyday items to help you save time every morning.
Using a glue gun, attach mini magnets at the back of your products. Prepare a metal silver tray covered with fabric where you can keep all your beauty products. Click here for the complete guide.
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Turn plain buckets into instant makeup holders. Install them on one wall near your sink. If you have small ones, you may assign one bucket to a group of products depending on purpose—group hair products together and place all creams in one bucket.
RL Tip: Be extra creative by painting your buckets! You can even add quirky labels.
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How many times have you encountered tangled wires? Avoid dealing with knots by keeping your hair products inside cabinets. Install hooks behind cabinet doors then hang your items there.
You may also install the hooks in the bathroom—make use of blank walls and hidden corners.
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