Organization

Nail Polish Organization

How to organize nail polish Come Home For Comfort

Nail polish seems to be really popular right now – is it just me? I’ve always been a fan of polished nails, but Instagram and beauty bloggers have made it a must-have for many of us. If you’re like me, the growing supply of Julep, Essie and Vinylux bottles in your bathroom cabinet has you searching for a new way to keep them all organized.

I’ve always stored my polish in a basket. However, my Depression-era tendencies* left my baskets overflowing with old bottles of ancient polish (“I know this bottle is from 2004 and it’s thick and gloopy, but maybe I can use it for my toes…”).

*I didn’t grow up in the Depression, but for some reason I often behave as though I did. 

Nail Polish Organization Come Home For Comfort

An over the door organizer solved all my nail polish organization issues! It hangs inside my closet, away from direct light, extending the life of the polish. Having a certain number of slots to hold the bottles requires that I throw away old bottles to create space for new ones! I also like how I can see exactly what I’m looking for when I want to paint my nails.

This particular organizer came from Target’s dollar spot back in January. It’s very cheap, which is why it looks a little warped in the picture. However, it works just fine for my needs! You can pick up much nicer organizers at TJ Maxx for around $10. You might be able to find one like mine at Dollar Tree.

Do you have a system for organizing your nail polish?

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