Sturdy. Stackable. See-through. When it's time to de-pot and condense, it's time to get some Vueset cases! A must for pro artists, these palettes will cut your packaging problems in half right before your very eyes.
The best part about these little boxes of joy are the fact that they have spawned a craze amongst makeup artists as being microwaveable. If you've ever gone through the hassle of melting down your products in a separate container, you'll know why this feature is so epic! Simply scoop the product into the section, nuke it on a low temp setting for a few seconds while keeping close watch, and remove it to cool.
What's more, they stack neatly and won't slide all over the place in your kit, and they're totally clear so you can see which palette you're reaching for!
Dimensions: 9in (wide) x 4.5in (deep) x 1.25in (high)
Contents not included.
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Sadly they did not impress me in any way. I think for $22 for this small container, I was expecting a better quality product. I wanted this as I love to be organized, and ordered 2 of them to put some of my brushes in them possibly even carry them with me.They are delicate, like they will break easily, cheap material and nothing exciting about them. They are not worth anything near $22 but maybe just $5 each.. what a waste of my money.
I had been looking for something to store my non-essential brushes for a while, as I find brush rolls can often alter the shape of the bristles, so I was ecstatic when I saw Vueset's Bananaman.
After hearing my fellow Beauty Advisor Katja rave about Vueset, I purchased 2 immediately and couldn't be happier! They're sturdy, compact, stackable, and don't squish brushes like brush rolls do.
Overall, if you're looking for a convenient way to store your brushes while keeping them pristine, I highly recommend purchasing a few of these!
I bought 2. All my eye brushes in one and there is space for tweezers to be stored. Face brushes in another. My MAC 150 and KVD barely fit, but it doesn't crush or distort the bristles so I'm happy. Much better then a roll up. I do wish they closed better. I don't think they will stay closed if I had to stow them in baggage and change multiple planes. It's an easly solved problem though, and it means I won't have to search foreign country's for brush cleaner I'm not allergic to. The other things I wished for was the same container with a 2 in height instead of just 1.25 and a way to interconnect the boxes.
Easy to organise your brushes in a tidy and easy to find way. As i am in the process of expanding my made in Japan brushcollection . It saves me a lot of space and protects my brushes at the same time. I dont think that they are suitable for travelling i would recommend the “my kit co” for that because they are sturdy yet flexible. I would have liked a model thats is a bit higher to fit my bronzerbrushes. Otherwise perfect.
My brush collection continues to grow, which means that my storage requirements have done likewise. Many of my brushes are getting a longer ‘rest’ between uses as new favourites take the stage for a while, so having lidded storage to protect them from dust has become more of a a priority. Bananaman is just what I was searching for (now there’s a sentence I never thought I’d write!) I have now set about separating my brushes and storing them by manufacturer and use. I love that they are transparent too because ‘resting’ does not mean forgotten, and I love being able to spot that one Hakuhodo brush I know will be perfect for a task exactly when I need it.
If I have a quibble it’s the same thing that other reviewers have mentioned, that it would be great to have a slightly deeper case to accommodate chunkier facial brushes and that I wouldn’t travel with them since I don’t think they are really hardy enough for that. For my purposes though, for brush storage at home, they are just about perfect.