Z Palette

Empty Magnetic Customizable Makeup Palette Small, Leopard 1 ea

$14.00

In stock



The patented Small Z Palette is perfect for on-the-go touch ups. 

If you're new to de-potting, have just a few loose pans that need a palette to call home, or simply want a palette to stash in your clutch, the Small Z Palette is the answer. Completely customizable, the Small Z Palette features an open-face, magnetic base that allows you to easily switch out shades and products as often as you like!  This pint-size Z Palette will fit just about anywhere and fits up to 9 standard-sized round pans.  Fold the lid completely under the bottom portion for a unique, space-saving feature. 

Palette is sold empty. Color pans sold separately. Magnetic Stickers included.

Specs:

  • Outside 3.8"L x 3.8"W x .56"D
  • Inside 3.18"L x 3.18"W x .25"D
  • Metal Stickers: 10pcs (5pc Round, 5pc Square)

Z Produx Inc.

Did you know that if you have eye shadows, blushes, or bronzers in pots you could easily de-pot them?  It is very simple and there are several ways of doing this:

  • The prying method: You might want to try prying, first, especially if you are afraid to bake.  Some pans are easily popped out of plastic containers.  This method really depends on the strength and amount of glue used in the container.  If you notice a crack in the shadow immediately stop and move onto the next method using heat.
  • The oven method: Place product on cookie sheet and into oven on low heat, between 200-350 degrees Fahrenheit, for a few minutes until the glue has melted and the packaging surrounding the product melts away from the shadow pan.  You can then lift the shadow out with a small knife, tweezers, or spatula and let it cool.  Once cooled, remove the excess glue with rubbing alcohol or acetone, place a magnetic adhesive on the bottom (if not sticking), place in Z palette, and voila you are ready to simplify! 
  • The straightening iron method: If the oven method seems a bit scary try using a straightening iron.  Place products on bottom plate of iron for a few minutes until the glue holding the shadow pan has warmed up a bit.  Then you can lift the shadow out with a small knife, tweezers, or spatula and let it cool.  Once cooled, remove the excess glue with rubbing alcohol or acetone, place a magnetic adhesive on the bottom (if not sticking), place in Z palette, and voila you are ready to simplify!

Tips:

  • If any shadow breakage occurs during this process don't toss your shadows out.  You can saturate the shadow by pouring rubbing alcohol on it and use a spatula to smooth it back together.  Once the shadow has dried it is ready to use again.
  • You can use a very fine-tipped permanent marker to write the color name on the actual metal of the pan, or next to the magnet. This saves a lot of guessing in the future!

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