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    15 Incredibly Useful Things That Will Help Organise Your Beauty Products

    Dressing table goals.

    1. Keep Beautyblenders in an egg holder.

    2. Get really organised with an over-the-door shoe rack that’s perfectly labeled.

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    This is for the really organised makeup addict.

    3. Make your own lipstick holder using the product packaging.

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    Watch Patrick Starr show you how it's done.

    4. Use a cutlery tray to store your makeup.

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    A cutlery tray makes for great makeup storage: It helps declutter your makeup and makes them easy to find. You can get a similar tray to this from Tesco for under a tenner.

    5. Keep your makeup brushes in a plant pot.

    6. Use a letter organiser to store your palettes.

    7. Use a spice rack to display your nail polish.

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    Better to display them than leave them all shoved in a box somewhere.

    8. Use empty candle glasses to hold your brushes or makeup pencils.

    9. Hang up your your hair tools with adhesive hooks.

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    WHY didn’t we think of this first?

    10. Place your everyday makeup on a tray.

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    A great way to set aside the beauty products you use everyday.

    11. Use a cotton wool glass jar to store your lip glosses and lipsticks.

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    It's a pretty little addition to your vanity space. Homebase have a cheap offering that fits lipsticks perfectly.

    12. Use ice trays to organise single eye shadows.

    13. Use a cake stand to hold your perfume bottles.

    14. Use this Ikea gem to store your makeup.

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    Check out how Polka Dot Chair customised hers. You can still get the trolley from Ikea.

    15. Get yourself an acrylic makeup organiser

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    It requires no DIY skill whatsoever. Get this one from Not On The Highstreet.