Getting ready to go out can be frustrating when it comes to cosmetics. When traveling in another state or country, this problem only becomes trickier. Many women resort to dumping their makeup bag onto their counter to quickly find the specific item or items they need. This leads to lost beauty products and a mess on the counter. However Lay-N-Go, the creators of the Lay-N-Go activity mat for children’s toys, developed a new product to relieve the pains of makeup chaos.
Lay-N-Go Cosmo Cosmetics Case ($29.95 for solid design, $34.95 for patterned and metallic) converts from a portable clutch to a countertop makeup mat, letting the user access all of her makeup accessories. The mat is 20 inches wide and has a small lip around its perimeter to contain the makeup items while keeping unwanted bathroom counter water out. When finished, the mat, and all the items on it, compresses back into a small bag. This product comes with a pocket for loose jewelry and is machine washable. It can be purchased in hot pink, blue, lime green, purple, black, gold, silver, sapphire, leopard, zigzag and snakeskin.
Learn more at layngo.com.
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