Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Organizing My Hair Products!

Okay guys...so we're settling into our new apartment. We don't have as much room as we did in our old apartment, but we're working with what we've got. :-) So.....no linen closet here to house my many hair products. :-( Here's an old bookcase (now the hg product case) I'm using for my products. It's holding up pretty well....Everything is not on here. Some products are in the bathroom. The black 
box on the bottom shelf holds my beloved FHI. Ha!
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  Here's the train case where I keep my hair ties, hair rollers, etc. It's not big enough..... : \ Image and video hosting by TinyPic Image and video hosting by TinyPic When we buy a house I would love to have a mini beauty supply room or area to hold all of my hair stuff. That would be so NICE. :D Something like this just with longer and wider shelves....

9 comments:

In Her Heels said...

Great job at organizing! A beauty supply room sounds like a fab idea :)

K.D.@HairGurl said...

Thanks! It's a work in progress. :-)

Olivia said...

Great organization! Great products too. I see the UBH Lotion Creme Moisturizer... I love that stuff ;)

K.D.@HairGurl said...

Thanks Olivia! I haven't used the UBH Moisturizer in a looonnnng time. lol

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Daphne said...

where oh where did you get the train case????

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Tinnitus Control said...

Well you own alot of hair products. You can't use them all ? :)