The 3 Best Makeup Organizers on Amazon
After years of experimenting, you’ve finally got your skin-care and makeup routines down pat. (Coral lips? Yes. Frosted gloss? That’s a big no.) Now all that’s left to do is figure out how to store those tubes, pots, brushes and pencils. Luckily, there are tons of options on Amazon at all prices and sizes. Here are three of the absolute best.
Editors' Pick: Ameitech Makeup Organizer
- Rotates 360 degrees
- Adjustable shelves
Attention apartment-dwellers: This organizer is ideal if you’re short on space but still need a ton of storage. Out of 626 reviews, this spinning organizer has 4.6 out of 5 stars, so it must be pretty great. According to one editor, “The shelves are easy to adjust, so it’s awesome for larger bottles (like toner) and smaller jars (like eye cream). Plus, the fact that it rotates makes the whole process of getting ready feel a little more elevated than rifling through a cluttered makeup drawer.”
Best Value: Masirs Clear Cosmetic Storage Organizer
- Has 16 compartments and four drawers
- Made from durable, clear acrylic
- Compact and easy to clean
This mini storage unit is pretty simple but it gets the job done—for only $12. It’s also kind of like two products in one, since the top compartments can be removed from the bottom drawers, which can also be used to store jewelry or other beauty-related knickknacks like nail files or hair clips. The acrylic is also super easy to clean with a paper towel and a little Windex (we get it, setting powder spills happen).
Splurge-Worth: DreamGenius Makeup Organizer
- Nine drawers
- Upper compartment holds 12 lipsticks
- Drawers lined with velvet padding to keep products in place
This, my friends, is what your $50 foundation deserves. Just listen to the tale of one satisfied customer: “The plastic is thick, and while I was cleaning my vanity, I accidentally dropped one of the pieces and it didn't crack or break at all.” With lots of drawers and compartments (that are lined in velvet!), this roomy model is optimal for those whose makeup and skin-care routines are little more in-depth than ChapStick and sunscreen, with plenty of space for everything from lipsticks and concealers to perfumes and powders.