Pictures of Pretty Things

Here’s my lovely vanity. I got the vanity itself off Craigslist for $80! It’s a hand-made custom piece. I don’t think you can see it in the photo but my vanity stool is a black leather ottoman. I am not sure where the ottoman came from because it was a housewarming present from my parents when I first moved out a few years ago. My lighted mirror came from Bed Bath & Beyond. The thing to the right of my mirror is a really spiffy rotating organizer (more pics below). Then of course on the left are some trusty sterilite drawers, and a little plastic bin from the container store. Wave hi to my bottle of Fix+!

Here is a closer view of the rotating organizer. It came from Target for approximately $20. It is with all the scrapbooking supplies. This thing really is the coolest organizer tool I’ve ever had. The mascaras are held onto the side with elastic straps! There is a drawer on each side, photo frames, and the side you can’t see is magnetic and has 4 magnets. I currently have a couple of receipts stuck to it in case I need to take a recent purchase back.

Here’s a top view of my rotating organizer (you can see the magnetized side with magnets!). The brush holder is filled with uncooked rice to hold my brushes and pencils upright. I need a little more rice in the pencil eyeliner section; my pencils are falling over. :P

Meet my blush drawer! Low-end in the pink basket, and high-end in the blue basket. Highlighters around the edges, including my new MAC Petticoat MSF.

Face stuff! Admittedly I do not use everything in this drawer. My usual routine is some mineral makeup (the cute jar with the cat’s eyes). I always use that urban decay primer potion though. I can’t live without it!

Eyeshadows & Lipstuff! The bottom drawer in the pink sterilite is empty.
I love the way my lipgloss drawer smells– minty, vanilla, and sugary! It’s not normally this messy though.


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