On May 15, 2014, Etude House released a rotating cosmetics organiser of their own, which they named the Princess 360° Makeup Table Organiser. While my trusty Lori Greiner holds all my daily-use products, I still needed something for all the samples, the to-be-tested products, and things I want to finish up soon. That, combined with the sheer cuteness factor of this storage pod, made me snap it up on the spot. Purchase details are at the end of this post.
Take a detailed look at the Etude House Princess 360° Makeup Table Organiser.
The Etude House Princess 360° Makeup Table Organiser came dismantled into flat triangular and hexagonal ABS plastic sheets or "plates" in a cute external box, with a tube of Super Glue and an instructions leaflet, and I had to assemble it myself. Normally, this would mean my rising to heights of Nebuchadnezzarean fury, and staying there as I struggle with instructions that assure me that even a child can do it, but look like Trollish to me.
Having consistently flunked art and craft classes, I did not do a very thorough job and the walls are not very well arranged. I should have waited for my nephew and niece to visit and got them to do it.
This removable tray rests at the top and measures 23cm across.
I prefer these rotating organisers to those acrylic holders. These look nicer and are more tailor-made for my requirements. Here are more photographs from other angles. I apologise for the terrible lighting, but the grey clouds and constant rains meant that I had to photograph this indoors with flash.
I needed the adorable Etude House Princess 360° Makeup Table Organiser to clear up my desk and, as you can see, it holds a lot of things. Anyone who loves cutesy and wants somewhere to put away all those smaller samples and even a few large bottles or tubes, or to just clear their desks of clutter, will love the Etude House Princess Makeup Table Organiser. This is also a great way of storing your daily-use products. And, Etude House is a lot more easily available.
The Etude House Princess 360° Makeup Table Organiser was launched only on May 15 in pink and white - only the pink was available when I saw it. I bought mine for $28 from a Korean seller on eBay, named fluency0207, who shipped it tracked for a mere $2. That batch has long gone and has since been relisted two or three times. It is now relisted for $29.98 with worldwide registered shipping for $2.60 here by the same seller, who is helpful and easy to deal with. Do check it out - their photographs are much nicer than my poorly-lit efforts. It is also available on Amazon, but costs $2.58 more.
Watch out for more posts on my makeup storage methods.