How To Organize Your Beauty Space

If you’re a true beauty addict like myself, then there is no such thing as too many products. But how do you organize all of your goods so that they are easy to find and still look presentable in your makeup space (bathroom, vanity, dressing room, or wherever it is that you do your thing)? There’s no time like the present, ladies. New year, new you! De-clutter your beauty products and you are one step closer to organizing your life!

I like to keep all of the makeup that I actually use in a wicker basket. The basket looks pretty on any counter space and it makes it super easy to glance and grab the correct product. Plus, you have everything you need for your face all in one place. The bottom of this unit (which I purchased from Bed, Bath and Beyond), stores face products – creams, serums, face masks and scrubs that I may not use on a daily basis, but I definitely use consistent basis.

I built shelves in my bathroom to hold my post-bath products (above - things like lotions and oils; clearly, I love a variety!). I find it so much easier to use my products when they are out in the open. I like how the packaging for the products is colorful and each one is a different size, it makes the entire shelf look cool and artistic!

I am a HUGE fan of keeping brushes in a glass. It makes it so much easier to spot out the correct one and swiftly grab it. I took the same concept and applied it to cover-ups, eye pencils, and mascaras. I group each category together in its own glass. You can really do it with any product that stands up and fits into the cup. Use plain glass cups that you buy at Target.com, or, if you’re feeling a bit adventurous, try to find more ornate ones. These colored glasses are from a shop in Paris. I love how it adds a pop of color to my bathroom and it looks beautiful against the white walls. Pinterest contains a great deal of great display and organization ideas!

Kristan Sayers

Kristan is an International Design Artist with Neuma, and the owner of K Bella Hair Studio & Spa. She opened K Bella in 2009, where she also began her own Academy Program training students to become licensed cosmetologists. In 2016 she became the State Representative for licensing regulations to help watch for legislative changes that could hurt the beauty industry. Kristan is also known for working with salons to help them grow and train their hairdressers and guiding them in everything from salon design to training programs for salon owners and managers.

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