I’m an incredibly disorganized person. I’ll completely admit that. My bathroom counters are COVERED in cosmetics and skin care items and I find random items around the house regularly. Most of which I forgot I even purchased. I do have some acrylic storage cases for my stuff, but those are beyond full.
About a month ago I was given the chance to review the Lips-n-Eyes Organizer, so of course I was excited to do so. This isn’t like my acrylic cubes which are meant to hold a ton of items, this is a simple organizer meant for items you wear regularly and want easy access to.
The organizer itself is actually 2 pieces, so you can use them together or separately and it comes with wall mounting screws and brackets in case you want to hang it instead of resting it on a surface (I prefer to have it on the counter though)
Lets take a closer look at it.
The center is designed to hold 3 compact type items in the center. I have 2 blushes and a neutral eyeshadow quad in them. There are 8 slightly larger holes (4 to each side) that comfortably hold lipsticks or thicker tube products, and next to those are 12 smaller holes for chubby lip pencils, lip and eye liners. My favorite though? It comes with a removable clock, which I need when getting ready in the morning.
Don’t need or want the clock? You can remove it and place a product in it instead.
It has 2 holder sections on each side. On one side I put 2 perfumes and some brushes I use a lot.
On the opposite side I have mascaras and foundation tubes.
The top is holding perfumes and pigments.
Overall it’s a pretty good organizational item that doesn’t take up much space at all! The quality is pretty nice too for such a light weight item.
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Enter to win your very own Lips-n-Eyes Ultimate Cosmetics Organizer!
This is open to US residents only.
Prize is to be shipped by Lips-n-Eyes, so please allow 3-6 weeks for delivery.
Giveaway Ends May 7th, 2014
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.