6 years ago

OCD Helps

I’ve been meaning to share this organizing tip with you guys for the longest time now because it’s made my life so much easier. I’m OCD in the sense that I need everything to have its own place or container. Thing lying around haphazardly just make me so nervous, so when I found out about Miss Bella and the range of super cool and useful acrylic boxes she has for arranging stuff, I hoared! There are a lot of other alternatives for this, but I fell in love with the clear chic design, and how it makes any room look neat without overwhelming it. I asked the owner just yesterday if it would be okay to donate proceeds from her sales to the relief operations for Yolanda victims, and she agreed without question. I am so happy to encounter so many instances of willingness to help, especially from the private sector and abroad.

First up are brush holders with beads. I like how you can pick different colors of beads to color your make up dresser with, and how this case has a cover to keep you brushes clean and dust free. I’m using it for my foundation brushes because they are the ones most susceptible to dirt.
They also have a box specifically for lippies and another one that I used for mascaras and eyeliners. You can use it in any way that you want of course, but I love the fact that the shapes of these boxes were so well thought of making them doubly useful.
Aside from make up organizers, they also have jewellry boxes that look so modern and make it easy to access your pieces. I used this bracelet holder for my watches and it worked so well!
One of my faves have to be the sunnies drawer and sunnies holders because they totally saved me so much space on my cabinet. Now I store the boxes elsewhere and keep everything organized inside one clear box.

If you want to order these pieces for yourself, you can check out her bazaar schedule below, or find her onย facebookย or onย instagram.

Miss Bella will be at the:
Supersale Bazaar
World Trade Center Penthouse
November 30 – December 1
Booth # E16
World Bazaar
World Trade Center Main
December 7 – 23
Booth # 400

32 Responses

  1. Thanks for sharing this! I absolutely love how you have organized all your makeup and accessories. Right now my collection is still a mess in my room. I don’t think I’ll have room for the accessory organizers but the ones for makeup are definitely a must for me as I have a whole pile a mumble jumble without a home ahaha. If you saw my makeup collection it’ll make you extremely nervous lol. ๐Ÿ˜›

  2. OMG! I love it especially your heart-shaped sunglasses ๐Ÿ™‚ hehe wonderin’ where can I find those kind of sunglasses ๐Ÿ™‚ God Bless Ms. Kryz!

  3. Hi Ms.Kryz! in the 3rd to the last photo, what is the brand of that heart-shaped sunnies with thin rims? (i’m looking to buy one for my friend and she mentioned seeing one in your post). i’m becoming dizzy trying to look back at all your post just to find it! ๐Ÿ˜› haha hope you could answer this ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Hi, Ms. Kryz,

    I know that this comment pribably won’t mean much, but please don’t refer to things such as these as “OCD”. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, like the name implies, is a serious disorder that hinders the daily wuality of life of a lot of individuals. It’s a sad world where “OCD” is casually thrown out in daily conversation to imply the need and want to be organized. This is a problem because people who actually suffer from OCD won’t get taken seriouslyโ€”they are in danger of not being taken seriously.

    It’s kind of similar to the way people refer to negative events as being “gay” or “retarded”.

    I hope for your understanding!

    Sincerely,
    Concerned individual

    1. I am glad you said this. I am diagnosed with OCD, and it’s somewhat a downer every time people refer to OCD as just being organized and neat.

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