Thursday, 19 January 2012

Nail polish storage solution................

The ever lovely Rachel (You can follow her on twitter ) has asked me a couple of times to do a Nail polish storage/collection post. So here we have it. It wont be for everyone, I understand that. I like to store my polish in dreaws to protect it from light. I have found that for me this works far better and I do not have polish that has gone thick on me or needs thinning.



The storage boxes that I use are from Tesco. They are in the stationary asle. You get a set of two draws and they cost about £3 each. Total bargain in my eyes. I have found that they are a perfect hight to stand my polishes in. The 3 draw box on top is where I store all my costume jewellery, bangles and most of my earings. If you would like a post on this please leave a comment below :)

Anyway on to the polish...

In the top two draws I have a bit of a mix....

In the top I store my polish remover, glass file, OPI Nail Envy, Cuticle Oil, Top Coats and the bits that












7 comments:

  1. Oh wow cool, I might steal this idea I need somewhere to put my nail varnishes :)

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  2. I do this myself! It's great for storing make up, too. Office Max sells those which is where I got my boxes since it's the closest place I live that sells something like that right now.

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    1. I have one with my blushes on my dresser too, hehe. We dont have an Office Max :(. Thanks for your comment :))xxx

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  3. I really like how you store your nail polishes :) Can you do a post on all your Essie nail polishes? I would love to see swatches of all of them :)

    Xoxo, Christine♥

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    1. Thanks hun :)) Yes I can certainly do an Essie post for you :)) Ill get swatchingover the weekend!!!xxxx

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  4. Great idea, I am going to look and see if Tesco still do these!

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