Welcome to Glam Roll-Ups! Thank you for stopping by and taking time to visit! Lots of people ask how this all came about, and my story is sort of long but the abbreviated version I'll share....
What inspired me to start Glam Roll-Ups? It was born out of frustration and necessity. I am a self-confessed Glam Girl – I love all the glamorous things – make-up, nail polish, hair products, and clothing - the whole shebang!
What inspired me to start Glam Roll-Ups? It was born out of frustration and necessity. I am a self-confessed Glam Girl – I love all the glamorous things – make-up, nail polish, hair products, and clothing - the whole shebang! My collections of lipsticks and nail polishes became overwhelming. What pushed me over the edge to finally do something about my own disorganized madness were my lipsticks. I had at least 20 of my favorite "lippies", jammed into a small jar and every time I wanted 'the one' to match an outfit, I ended up dumping the whole jar out to get 'the one' lipstick or gloss at the very bottom. Also, I kept buying lipsticks and glosses which were too similar to ones I already owned!
This same dilemma happened with my nail polishes. My nail case looked like an Essie display jammed into a zip lock bag. I wanted to see all of my polish colors at a glance, so I could streamline and organize them by the season, mood, or formula. An avid seamstress and former designer combined with living in a super small apartment with no space, I decided to make a "packable shelf" for my nail polish storage and lipstick storage. What I developed was my first Glam Roll-Up. The Smoochi holds 40+ regular size nail polishes and or 60 lipsticks. It enables me to see all my colors instantly, and keeps me from buying colors I already have. I love it!
A little bit of history...
If you have ever visited Connecticut Post Mall, you might have seen my makeover events. I used to organize these as part my label Teen2Queen. I know all about make-up products and hair treatments and I share my tips with the readers of Love To Know. Whether you have a dry hair, split ends or break outs, there’s a way to fix it. You can either find the best treatment on the market, or make your own – this way you can assure only natural ingredients go into your cosmetics.