Thursday, 6 March 2014

My Nail Polish Collection & Storage

So as you can see, I have a little obsession with nail polishes. For Christmas I finally got some nice super organised storage for them all, before they were all just shoved in a old perfume gift box. 
I managed to fit 83 bottles in this rack, but thats a mix of full size and miniatures. The rack fits roughly 70 full size bottles. Its clear acrylic and is pretty sturdy, it doesn't feel like it would break easily. 

You can buy this rack from here for £19.99 on ebay. 

I've organised mine in brands, but I've thought about changing it into colours but because of different brand bottle shapes I may not be able to fit them all on.
In order from the top of the rack to the bottom I have Barry M, Illamasqua, Deborah Lippmann, Miss Sporty, Collection 2000, Maybelline, Models Own, Butter London, Topshop, Essie, No7, Nails Inc, Kiko, Rimmel and Ciate. There are also a few random nail art ones in there but I don't know what brands they are from. 
Out of all of those my favourites have to be Topshop, Essie and Ciate as they seem to stay on without chipping for the longest and are well pigmented so you only need about 2 layers to have it fully opaque on your nails.

How do you store your nail polishes? What are your favourite nail polish brands?


  1. you're soo organized, amazing! love your collection, i have them all in a little basket! :)
    Alice Barton ♥ TheMowWay

    1. I love it! haha. I used to but my collection was getting too big to fit anymore x

  2. Wow great collection, love this storage system x

  3. This post really wants me to re-organise my nail polish collection with acrylic storage

    I posted my nail care and polish routine over at if you want to check it out:)


    1. It just makes it all neat and so easy to find the colour you're wanting to use, it's not too expensive either. x


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