I am the type of person that does best with visual reminders and when it comes to skincare, having everything right at my fingertips is quintessential to my daily success. I wanted to share a couple of ways to keep your favorite and most used products right where you can see them, but in a fashion that also looks nice too. Having a bunch of clutter on my sink vanity is enough to make me crazy which is why I hope these ideas will be as helpful to you as they are
A tiered spice rack is a great space-saving way to display all of your beauty regiment. They usually come in three to five levels and are wide enough even for facial moisturizers and masks, which can be quite bulky and can clutter an area quickly. This item is perfect for those of us who don’t have a large vanity sink area but would still like to see our options laid out.
Recently the trend of rustic decor has been extremely popular and if you have a large counter space in your bathroom, wire baskets can be a cute, functional way to both store your favorites and add charm to your space. You can even dress it up by weaving jute between the wires if that is a preferred look. Besides your facial care items, you can also
include little jars that hold things like cotton swabs, cotton balls and even trial sizes you may have to products. As a bonus, if you are someone like me without the counter space to just leave these out, you can also find some wall space and hang them vertically to store all your goodies.
Now desk organizers can be a little more tricky to find just the right style for your space and storage needs, but they can also be clever solutions for storing facial cleansers, toners, and even specialty water spritzers. You can also use this type of compartmental storage for your toothbrush, toothpaste, cotton balls and cotton swabs.
The nice thing about storage is that it is something that you can make all your own style. What I generally do when trying to figure out how to more neatly store my items is I look around for things that don’t have anything to do with what I’m trying to organize. I will often check the kitchen aisle or even the tool area of a store and just browse what they have to offer. For small makeup items, I have even looked in the bait and tackle section to find what I was looking for. I never try and limit myself by only specifically looking in the bathroom section and by doing that not only have I saved money in some cases, but I have also found unique choices that no one else has!