1. Store your make-up brushes in pots.
This a cute yet cheap way to organise your make-up brushes. You can use plant pots, mason jars or old candle holders, just paint over them to get your desired look.
2. Display nail polish on cake stands
If you are the type that cares more about nail colours than baking, then this is for you. It makes for a nice display and you can easily find the colour you are looking for.
3. Place your everyday make-up on a tray.
Add some style to your room by using a tray to store your make-up. It might not be great for a lot of make-up, but it’s a good way to keep all the products you use daily in one confined space.
4. Use a kitchen utensil tray to organise your make-up
Yes it’s meant for spoons and forks, but we are being creative here, remember. Inserting this into your drawers helps to declutter your products.
5. Use a shoe holder to store your cosmetics
Over the door and out of the way, use a shoe holder to organise your lipsticks and lip gloss. But really who has this much lipgloss?
6. Stick em’ on the wall
Use a magnetic make-up board to stick your make-up on the wall, right where you can see it. Here’s how to make one.
7. Use a two tier cake stand for your perfume storage
Add a boudoir feel to your room and use a two tier cake stand for your perfume. It adds a little oh la la to the bedroom.
8. Store your make-up tools in DIY candlestick jars
Brush up on your DIY skills and make these pretty candlestick jars, great for storing cotton balls, sponges, and other make-up application tools. Check out how to make it here.
9. Use ice trays to organise single eye shadows
We would like to thank the creative genius who thought this up. We never have to spend ages looking for a specific colour again.
10. Use a dish rack to store your palettes
Your dishes can find a new home because let's face it, we never liked doing them anyway! Use the dish rack to organise your eye shadow palettes like a pro.
What do you think of these ideas, will you be trying them out? Tweet us @wewomenCA.
This article was written by Tolani Shoneye. Tweet her @tolly_t