Kit Condensers

All artists want Mary Poppins' magical bag that can hold anything and everything imaginable, but sadly the laws of physics killed our dream of that. Kit condensing is a smart move to keep your kit as light as possible and organized! Here I will show you some insight into my condensing process as well as throw out other tips! 

 Vueset palettes for cream products (RCMA foundations and MUFE Flash palettes)

Vueset palettes for cream products (RCMA foundations and MUFE Flash palettes)

 2 x MUFE XL Magnetic Palettes for pressed pans (MUFE and Sugarpill Shadows)

2 x MUFE XL Magnetic Palettes for pressed pans (MUFE and Sugarpill Shadows)

 Small MAC Brush Canister for pencils

Small MAC Brush Canister for pencils

 Cozzette 8" Canister for dirty brushes

Cozzette 8" Canister for dirty brushes

Tips

  • Keep liquids in smaller travel-sized bottles and droppers
  • Put loose powders in bottles with dropper tips to precisely dispense product and save space
  • Clear pouches for storage helps see all products inside making it easier to find what you need and great for when traveling on airplanes with your kit. 
  • Use a labeler to help aid in organizing shades after depotting

 

Feel free to add more tips and tricks in the comments below!