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The bathroom for everything that’s in constant use or being in my rotation at that time. My bedroom for everything else, including some things I really don’t use anymore. And roughly half of my nail polish are in a desk drawer in my living room, the other half take up residence in a sneaker box on my bathroom sink vanity.

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EDIT: Today, I just put ALL my cosmetics, except nail polish, in my bedroom! Thank you, Amanda, for waking me up to the potential dangers of storing makeup in the same room where I shower.😃

Ugh, I wish I had a dedicated room! Maybe when the kids move out…. I usually do mine in the bathroom, sometimes my bedroom. Very occasionally, at the desk while I watch a YouTube tutorial. All of these scenarios involve schlepping my makeup since most of it is kept atop a dresser in my walk-closet.

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I’ve a lucky setup with a spacious and beautiful bathroom with lovely lighting. I worry about sitting too much through the day, so I’ve set myself up so as to stand while I do makeup. (The number of minutes per week, if I were to count, would be strikingly high!) I used to use a nice vanity table in my bedroom, but as I’m the mother of a young child, I like being more in the centre of the house. I’m really happy with how all of these things work.

I turned a spare bedroom in to my “makeup room”! Love going in there and taking my time in peace and quiet!

My makeup collection is split up between my bedroom, my office and my purse. For the most part, all of my eye, face and cheek makeup stays in my bedroom, while most of my lip products live in my purse and in a desk drawer in my office.

i have all of my stuff in my bedroom. I have a little vanity (an IKEA PC table) and two drawers for my least used makeup. It’s not the best way of organizing my makeup but I haven’t enough space for other solutions.

I have a walk-in closet in my bathroom so I keep my makeup in there in my big pink Sephora train case lol. I wish I had a room just for my makeup! 😛

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I can’t wait to have a spare bedroom that I can set up as a “beauty room” with the “YouTube makeup guru standard” IKEA Malm dressing table and Alex dressers, so that I may have dedicated makeup storage and organization. It’s not happening in our tiny one bedroom apartment right now, so I have my makeup sorted by type into gallon zip locks, and stored in small black IKEA Samla bins in my bedroom. I’m in the process of getting acrylic organizers for my go to products that I can display on my dresser.

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I change an unused bedroom on second floor for all of my beauty related on the right side and walk-in closet on the left side of the room. they’re big enough to not feel cram and have a large windows for the natural light.

Not: cellar, attic, two bedrooms, kitchen.
Yes: one bedroom, hall, minimal in bathroom upstairs. Living room overflow. dining room table is covered with stash & unusable.
This is bec. I basically live downstairs now, due to cost. The stash used to be in one bedroom w/ minimum in the upstairs hall and
transported to the bathroom. Who wants to put it on there, when the upper floor is 50 degrees?

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