Playboy Model Cassidy Brown 360 Degree Rotating Makeup Organizer Price Announced

A new 360-degree rotating makeup organizer and cosmetics storage box by Playboy model Cassidy Brown has been released. This durable multi-functional cosmetics organizer is designed to help users neatly store their beauty products.

Miami, United States - November 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Playboy Model Cassidy Brown announced the release of a new high-quality, spacious and stylish 360-degree rotating makeup organizer. The unique compact, spinning design helps users to declutter their dressers and easily access their beauty essentials without noise and wasting time.

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Cassidy Brown revealed that this was her favorite multi-level makeup storage box and recommended the 360 rotating makeup organizer to all makeup lovers.

When unveiling her new beauty product, the Playboy model said, “There is nothing more stressful than having your brushes and makeup all over the countertop, dresser or vanity when you are trying to get ready. I was on the hunt for a practical, spacious, and stable rotating makeup organizer. The 360-degree rotating makeup organizer is convenient and looks good, the perfect solution that offers easy access to the items you want to store and use on a daily basis .”

This 360 rotating makeup organizer allows users to access the brushes, palettes, and other cosmetics they need without any extra effort. If offers plenty of room for a wide range of beauty products from makeup brushes to skincare lotions, creams, nail polishers, and lipsticks.

Made out of durable lightweight black acrylic material, Cassidy Brown’s rotating makeup organizer neatly stores an entire beauty collection. It smoothly rotates 360 degrees for easy access and complements any décor.

Reviewers praise the product for being so practical and stylish and for neatly holding so many items. A satisfied customer shared, “I have a salon and I put an organizer at each booth. It’s really handy when you need to find makeup and brushes. The 360 rotating makeup organizer saves a lot of space too.“

Users can easily access their beauty products without making a mess on a daily basis while doing their skincare routine. The 360-degree rotating makeup organizer keeps all cosmetics within reach. It has a large capacity and displays everything elegantly with its beautiful spinning design.

The 360 rotating makeup organizer is available for purchase at a discounted price at

Contact Info:
Name: Playboy Model Cassidy Brown
Email: Send Email
Organization: Beauty For The Beach
Address: 936 SW 1st Ave #981,, Miami, Florida 33130, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933817

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