You probably think your makeup collection is out of control, but wait until you see these insane videos of girls who have taken their Sephora addiction to a whole new level. Granted, most of them count makeup and beauty as their full time jobs, but ain’t nobody need 90 different shades of lipstick.
1. Lauren Curtis
The Australian beauty blogger gave us a sneak peak into her expansive makeup collection last year, and the video now has over 1.7 million views. Lauren stores her crazy amount of products in a total of 8 full sized Ikea drawers, and you can watch the full video below.
2. Jaclyn Hill
Not only is she one of the most followed Youtube makeup artists, but Jaclyn has recently teamed up with Colorpop to release her own line of cult highlighter products. In the below video, she shows fans around her ‘beauty room’, where she stores her makeup and films most of her videos.
3. Claire Marshall
Claire’s collection is by far the best organized of all the bloggers on this list, and she stores all of her products in labeled drawers of a super cool vintage cabinet. The cabinet has over 100 separate drawers, all of which are organized by brand and then product.
The British beauty blogger was inspired by Claire Marshall when she selected her own storage solution for her expansive range of products. Her beautiful industrial style drawers hold over 1,000 items from cult brands like MAC, Too Faced, Hourglass and Nars. Rather than organizing her products by brand, she sorts them by the part of the face they are to be used on.
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5. Kylie Jenner
What list would be complete without at least one member of the Kardashian/ Jenner clan. Youngest child Kylie is a total beauty mogul with her blossoming brand Kyile Cosmetics, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t love supporting other makeup brands. She gave fans a tour around her beauty room on her app earlier this year and we are literally drooling over the entire thing. You can see a sneak peak of the video below.