As your business grows, so does your need for storage and organization.
With the differences in diameter, length and texture of our lash and brow supplies, it can be overwhelming. Where do you keep your supplies? Your glue and remover, your tweezers and lash prep supplies? In the past, in a few drawers and cupboards, maybe?
As of now, I have several drawers in a cart that I store my lashes in. I try to keep things organized, but when I am busy, time is a premium, and my supplies get all jumbled up. It's just the way it goes.
I find myself getting frustrated trying to keep the silk lashes separate from mink and flat lashes. Not to mention the .07 getting mixed in with the .10, .12 and my most commonly used .15’s.
Keeping organized has been a challenge. There are some organization cubes and trays that are available for storage, but I believe I have just found the lash organizer I've always dreamt about! Glad Lash has just introduced the perfect product - the Acrylic Lash and Brow Organizer.
Transform your work area with the new Glad Lash organizer, designed specifically for the lash & brow professional. It keeps all your essential adhesives, application tools and after care products close at hand.
This pretty, yet well constructed, organizer will fit in any décor. It is expandable, stackable and easy to add additional drawers as your need for storage grows. It is very functional and I am impressed with the top display, where all your at hand products can be neatly stored and displayed. You are able to see what you have at a glance, and store other less used items in the handy stackable drawers. The size will fit on just about any table top or shelf in your salon or studio.
You can instantly tell Glad Lash put some serious thought into the design of this unique storage solution. I’m going to invest in this for my lash supplies and look forward to keeping things neat and safe and handy in my studio.
Frustration fixed! Thank you Glad Lash!
Tell us how you stay organized in the comments below.
Maryann has an accomplished, 30+ year background in the beauty industry. As a cosmetologist she opened her first salon in ’83. She has specialized as an educator since 2006. Maryann knows what it takes to create successful salon businesses and is here to share her experience with you.