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Makeup Kit Revamping!!! Part II (Before & After) Pic Heavy

In my last post I said that I was going to see if I could fit all of my makeup, tools and supplies into my Zuca backpack. There are lots of pics, I tried to create a collage for the pics but it wasn't working. Here are the results.


Before


These are the bags I was using before as my kit

This is where most of my makeup was stored, in this train case.

I had my brush belt, palettes, brush cleaner and misc items in my rolling case. 

Beside the gray pouch are my sponges, disposable tools, mixing palette, lip rouge kits, removers and alcohol. 

This gray pouch holds my foundations, concealers,  face primers,  powders, BB creams & tinted moisturizers.


Brush belt, lip sticks, glosses, liners, pigments, glitters, cleaners, lashes and setting spray in this pile.



After




Everything fit! Yay!!!

In my right side pocket, I have my wipes, setting spray and face primers.

The inside holds everything so neatly. All of my disposable supplies and tools are in the left pockets.

I put all of my eye shadow palettes, pigments and glitter in this plastic container.

I put all of my lip makeup and supplies  in one of the Zuca pouches.

In the other pouch, I put all of my eye makeup like my:
 removers, lashes, brow sets, eye liners, bases, mascara and etc. 

Foundations, powders, concealers, BB creams and etc in this pouch. 

My brush belt and mirror both fit securely on top of the pouches in the Zuca.


That's it! I was surprised that I fit all of my things into that Zuca backpack, it really has a lot of space. I love how everything fits neatly inside. I think I'm going to replace the gray pouch and the plastic pouch with two of the Zuca pouches because both of those pouches are larger than the utility pouches and they take up more space than needed.

Carrying one bag instead of two is so much more effective and easier on me. My makeup train case weighed 22 lbs alone and now with just the one Zuca it weighs only 17 lbs...it helps to make my job much easier as a makeup artist.

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