Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Brush storage for every collection

Once you start building a brush collection, you invariably need somewhere to store it.  Whether you've got a large collection or a small collection, want to store it at home or for travel, there's a brush storage solution for you.


This pretty sugar skull brush roll is around £14, and comes from Etsy, meaning that it's a handmade product, and purchasing it supports a crafter.  The seller, Makeupholic, makes a variety of makeup related products including brush rolls and makeup bags in a variety of cute prints.



 Bargain brand elf sell two brush holders - small at £6 and large at £14. I have the large one and I absolutely love it.  It's perfect for organising my (already large and still growing) brush collection.


 Or, instead of buying something built to store brushes, you could go for something for the kitchen.  This Bista glass from Ikea has a really cute print, is perfect for short handled brushes, and costs a mere 50p.


Or alternatively this Magasin wooden cutlery stand would fit a fair number of long-handled brushes, and still a bargain at £1.50.

If you're feeling crafty yourself, you can make brush holders out of all sorts of things - jam jars, baked bin tins, old candle glasses...

What do you use to store your brushes?

This post originated at www.londonbeautyreview.com. If you're reading it elsewhere, it's been stolen, violating my copyright.

1 comment:

  1. Ooh, I am coveting that glass - the IKEA Marketplace is a dangerous place for me to visit though ... I can spend a fortune there!

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