UK Transparent Acrylic Makeup Organiser With Clear Drawers Collection Launched

GlamourLiving announced an update of its popular GlamourQueen acrylic makeup and jewellery organiser, a high-quality Lucite acrylic holder with spacious drawers and versatile dividers.

Bradford, United Kingdom - May 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

GlamourLiving, an online jewelery and makeup accessories store, launched an updated version of its popular acrylic makeup organiser. Designed to resemble the popular organisers used by the Kardashians, the new makeup and jewellery holder is made of high-quality Lucite acrylic and features plenty of storage options for both casual and professional users.

More information can be found at https://glamourliving.co.uk/collections/glamour-cubes-with-lids/products/glamourqueen-rectangular-handles-13-5-e2-80-b3x-15-e2-80-b3-x-12-e2-80-b3.

A makeup organiser can be an ideal way to keep one’s cosmetics safe and within easy reach. While tiny makeup holders are quite portable and can be easily taken anywhere, a larger organiser with drawers allows users to keep all their cosmetics in one place, making them easy to categorise and find whenever necessary.

The new transparent acrylic organiser by GlamourLiving is designed as a high-quality fashionable makeup and jewellery holder.

Featuring six tiers and five large drawers, the makeup organiser offers plenty of storage space for any makeup collection, making it ideal for everyone from makeup enthusiasts to professional beauty therapists.

To ensure high standards of quality, the organiser is made of the finest Lucite acrylic plastic. This non-recycled 100% new acrylic material is as transparent as the finest optical glass, but significantly lighter and with a higher breakage resistance. With a 92% total light transparent and a haze average of less than 1%, it is among the clearest acrylic materials currently available.

Also included is a handy set of three dividers.

With the latest update, GlamourLiving continues to expand its range of high-quality fashion products and accessories.

A satisfied client said: “The new GlamourLiving jewellery holder is absolutely gorgeous! I’ve got my makeup stored in the middle and jewellery in the two side compartments and the top mirrored folding compartment! It’s simply amazing and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a glamorous makeup organiser!”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Contact
Organization: Glamourliving Limited
Address: Unit 301, 38 Sunbridge Road, Bradford, England BD1 2DZ, United Kingdom
Website: https://glamourliving.co.uk

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 512363

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