By Ahuva Last , FashionnStyle Reporter | Jun 06, 2012 09:52 AM EDT
The Hold Me Company, which is responsible for producing all-in-one eco-friendly makeup organizer bags, has announced an addition of five new Hold Me Bags to their line.
Adding to their "Classic Black" and "Miss Suki" bags, come the "Beauty Stars", "Cherry B", "Fleur de Lune", "So Sofie", and "Beauty Birds."
The Hold Me Bag is a great makeup organizer and carrier for either daily use or travel. With a "quick view" access to all makeup, brushes and tools at once, and without having to search multiple compartments, the vintage schoolgirl's book inspired bag is practical for women who want a functional yet stylish makeup bag.
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The bags are a compact size when closed, and expand when fully opened to hold a multitude of tubes, compacts, palette, pots and pencils. There is a flap covered brush section as well that has 15 separate sleeves of different sizes, and can keep over 30 brushes separated and protected.
"We are pleased to add these smart new patterns to our line and offer a larger variety of selections," said Cheryl Cooper of Hold Me Company in a press release. "As more and more discerning women have recognized the importance and convenience of safe storage for their cosmetics and brushes, we have needed to add more pattern choices to answer our customer requests."
Top 50 Beauty Blogger and Makeup Artist JennySue has much praise for the cosmetic bag.
"The Hold Me Bag has literally changed the way I see makeup bags," she wrote. "This is one of the most unique and smartest organizational products I've seen (and I look at bags all the time trying to find something that will efficiently hold all my stuff, and look cute and sophisticated while doing it!) and used."
The bags retail from $65 to $95.
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