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  • Meggan Pierce

    Organize | MAKEUP :: Makeup Magnet Board :: LOVE this idea!! WAY better than keeping your frequently used makeups easy to grab! :: #beauty #board #makeup #organization

  • Lauren Ann

    Make Up Magnet Board. GREAT idea!

  • N Neus

    magnetic make up board absolutely LOVE this idea. I'm making this as a magnet board for pictures for my sorority little. :)

  • Lauralee Hensley

    Magnet Board. Then glue magnets to the backs of your small lightweight makeup items. Gift idea for a teen or grown daughter. Make a magnet makeup board. Add some magnets to the backs of some lightweight makeup items, that are not in glass, to attach to the metal magnetic makeup board. Could do in Christmas colors, or colors to match their bedroom or bathroom.

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make-your-own-magnetic-makeup-board-cheap-frame by ailjkic, --- I should do this so I can have my bathroom counter back!

Makeup Magnet Board. I have the perfect spot for this.

Much better than digging in my make up bag everyday! Magnetic Make-up board. Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products. Cool idea

I really want to attempt this -- take a frame and pull out the glass. Replace with metal the same size. Cover that metal with fabric using spray glue. Adhere magnets with hot glue to the bottom of all of your makeup. Use a lightweight cylinder covered in fabric and backed with magnets as well. Voila -- organized make up options with a lovely addition to your bathroom or bedroom decor.