Sorbus Acrylic Makeup Organizer |Review

I’m always changing up my makeup storage and rearranging things on my vanity. But one type of storage I’ve always wanted was one of those large acrylic drawers that could hold bigger items-unfortunately they usually run in the hundreds range. That is until my friend showed me this acrylic container she bought on Amazon, I instantly ordered one as well!

Sorbus Acrylic Cosmetics Makeup and Jewlery Storage Case X-large Display Set (9-Set Style 2, $55)

You can find this style and a couple of variations on Amazon by searching “Sorbus Acrylic Makeup Organizer” This one is the 9-style and as you can see in the pictures above, there are 4 removable pieces to the set so you can arrange them as you want. Each drawer is very deep and quite long and I was just overall shocked with how huge this organizer actually is. The drawers slide out easily and there’s an overall high-quality feel to this organizer.

Shipping: I already have Amazon Prime so I had the option of free 2-day shipping but, sometimes random things on Amazon are Prime and have free shipping anyways. The organizer also came packed really well, in 2 boxes and each part of the organizer wrapped in hard plastic and held together with those white shipping holders. So, I was very pleased with how quick and safe this arrived.

▫️One (out of 2) of the bottom deepest drawers:

▫️One (out of 4) of the smaller drawers:▫️One (out of 2) of the widest drawers Here it is compared to an organizer from Bed Bath & BeyondI’m very happy with this organizer it is exactly what I’ve wanted and at the most affordable I’ve seen for its size! I really love the look of an acrylic organizer-makeup is beautiful to look at and a lot of times you pay for packaging so I really like organizing/displaying it this way.

Ipsy July “Hot Summer Nights”🌞💋👙



This month’s theme is Hot Summer Nights, and I’m in love with the look of this month’s bag! It is a sort of silver/pink/blue duo chrome with a pink and blue zipper. The front design are umbrellas on a beach as seen from high above-just a really cute summer-y bag!

💋The Balm Meet Matt(e) Trimony Matte Eyeshadow Palette “Matt Kumar” ($42, for full size)

Thebalm recently released a new “special occasion palette” featuring 9 versatile shades with a velvet smooth texture, triple-milled formula, and true-to-pan payoff. This shade Matt Kumar is a matte maroon shade that’s very smooth and pigmented and would be great as a crease shade or alone as the lid shade. (Swatch below without primer)

💋Vasanti Cosmetics Professional Eyeshadow 2 Brush (CA $21)

This eyeshadow brush is made with soft nylon bristles and has a pretty flat width which probably makes it better for applying pigments and foiled eyeshadows. I’ve used this once applying a loose eyeshadow wet and it worked really well this way.

💋Avene Eau Thermale Spring Water ($9-$18.50)

This is a facial water spray that is supposed to calm, smooth, and soften the skin. They also say this is perfect for post workout, travel, or to freshen up makeup. I wasn’t too excited to receive this product however as it is just canned water and I don’t think I would use a product like this.

💋Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer ($32, for full size)

This primer is described as a revolutionary makeup primer infused with coconut water, probiotics, and skin revivers that boost radiance, promote elasticity, and lock down makeup. It’s a very creamy, slightly heavy-feeling formula that feels really comfortable on the skin-it also smells like coconuts! I feel like it did make a difference in how my foundation looked-just really flawless without having layers of foundation on.


💋Cake Beauty Delectable Ultra Nourishing Hand Cream ‘Lemon & Cream’ ($12, for full size)

Body lotions, along with hair products and nail polishes are the items I really don’t like receiving in Ipsy. Not to sound whiny but I do have them checked off my profile and there were a lot of other great items to get this month. That being said, there’s not much I can say on this lotion because I haven’t opened it-but it is cruelty-free, vegan, GMO-free, and Parabate and Phthalate-free.