This case keeps your cosmetics organized and secure while traveling. 

By Madeline Diamond
November 09, 2019
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If you travel with makeup and other cosmetic products, a durable, space-saving case is a must-have. The Rosmax Travel Makeup Case, available on Amazon, is perfect for keeping all your products safe, and in one place.

The case comes with six adjustable dividers, so you can customize it to fit your needs, making staying organized while traveling easier than ever. 

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To buy: amazon.com, $25

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The lid includes several pockets for brushes and a zippered compartment that holds a mirror, while the main compartment includes the adjustable dividers. The case is made from spill-proof nylon that's easy to clean. 

Ever open up your makeup bag after a trip only to find a broken glass bottle or shattered pressed powder? In addition to providing stellar organization, the dividers also help keep your belongings safe, since they are made from EVA material foaming sponge. The case is also shockproof, so you can rest assured knowing your belongings are staying put, even when they're stowed away in your luggage. 

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The case has a five star average Amazon rating, and satisfied shoppers have given it glowing reviews. 

"Love this organizer! I can finally see all my makeup, instead of digging to the bottom of my old makeup bag. Smart design that the brushes stand up against a little plastic backer so it’s easy to wipe clean!" one reviewer wrote. 

Another shopper commented on the case's impressive durability. "I travel a ton, and I wanted a durable (but pretty and reasonably priced) makeup case I could leave in my bag — this exceeded my expectations! I love that the sides of the dividers are padded, which prevents my bottles from knocking into each other while [traveling]."

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