When you start doing drag, it is no secret that you will start to hoard makeup. You have countless eye shadow palettes, and an endless supply of makeup brushes, but you have no idea how you should store them.
Here are a few tips that I have learned over the years to help store makeup.
Makeup Train Cases
You have seen them everywhere. You have seen small makeup train cases, and you have seen huge makeup train cases. For me, a makeup train case is the best tool that you can have for storing your makeup.
With many different compartments to help store and organize your makeup, this is one product that is worth the money.
I recommend a train case that rolls (have wheels on the bottom) to help you get it from the trunk of your car to the dressing room without needing to carry it. And trust me, some train cases will be heavy.
Acrylic Organizers For At Home
If you like to take your makeup with you to the venue, and come home and put it away, this is one organizer that you would want. An item that is beloved by many makeup artists, and an item that will help you organize your makeup in an effective way, The Acrylic Makeup Organizer.
An Acrylic Makeup Organizer will help you to organize your makeup in a way that YOU would want. You can see all the products that you have without having to even open the drawers.
Don’t Leave It In A Box
When you first start out collecting all the makeup that you will be using, it can be difficult at times to not just store it all in a box. Trust me, I used to do this as well before I got a train case.
The worst part of keeping all the makeup you own in just a box, is that when you are in a hurry, you will not be able to find what you need when you need it.
An other bad viewpoint with keeping makeup in a box, is that you will start to notice that many of your products will start to break from all the pressure that is in the box. The last thing you need is a broken eyeshadow palette.
Going along with the trend of broken product, storing all your makeup together in one box will create a messy situation. Broken products will start to get over each other, and you will start to notice that, after a while, all that broken product will get all over you.
Avoid the mess, and find an efficient way to store your makeup.
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