finally de-potted my MAC eyeshadows

I have a few MAC eyeshadows and with my growing makeup collection, small pots are very inconvenient when it comes to application and storage. So I decided to search YouTube for how to videos.

When it came to empty magnetized palette, I went to Nigels Beauty Emporium in North Hollywood to browse. I bought a small Z palette and a large Make Up Forever tin one.

MUFE Empty Magneted Palette

MUFE Empty Magneted Palette

Small Black Z Palette

Small Black Z Palette

I have an old MAC Pro Palette x4 and decided to use that for my new own custom creation.

MAC Pro Palette x4

MAC Pro Palette x4 SOURCE

And here it is…

my MAC eyeshadows

my MAC eyeshadows

I apologize for the yellowish lighting…

MAC Mythology Palette

MAC Mythology Palette (clockwise from top left: mythology, brown script, folio & soft brown)

MAC Mythology Palette

MAC Mythology Palette

MAC Eyeshadows in Small Black Z Palette

MAC Eyeshadows in Small Black Z Palette (top row from L to R: Brule, Ricepaper; middle row: Swiss Chocolate, Mulch, Texture; bottom row: Cork, Espresso)

MAC Eyeshadows in Small Black Z Palette

MAC Eyeshadows in Small Black Z Palette, labelled

I like the versatility of a magnetized palette as it gives me the freedom to rearrange the contents as I choose. I am very much satisfied with the Z palette even if it’s made out of cardboard/paper. It’s a hard one kind of like the original Naked Palette from Urban Decay. I love how the top is clear, you can choose and decide without having to open the whole thing. And I totally appreciate that metal adhesive backings are included plus one extra in the package. For $13.75, it’s not bad. So I’m actually going to return the MUFE tin one and get another Z palette.

Yay! A DIY project done!

xo, Emilie

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