Empty Palette: 6 Blushes and 16 Shadows

4 Reviews

$ 10.00

$ 10.00

See what's inside! The 6 blush and 16 eye shadow Empty Palette is matte black, with a clear see through lid, for convenience and quick on-the-go touch-ups. This palette also contains built in magnets that attract up to six Blush Pots and sixteen Hot Pots.


NOTE: MAC pans will not magnetize to our Empty Palettes or Go Pods due to the magnet's polarity. Eye Shadows and Blushes not included. Empty palette only.

Dimensions: Palette: 9.00" x 5.90" x 0.44" (22.86cm x 14.99cm x 1.1cm), Slot Diameter: 26mm & 36mm

SKU: PL-096

UPC: 812158028504


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11/15/2019
Janet V.
United States United States

Surprised

I couldn’t believe they were on sale for $1. ea. I bought (10) the 1st time, then turned around and bought (10) more! Just in time for the holidays. Thank You, Coastal Scents Janet Vanhook

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05/21/2019
Lori

Arrived Broken But Works

Received the empty palette right before leaving for vacation. The plastic lip tp lock the lid to the base was broken. Frustrating, but the palette still works. I do worry about my hot pots drying out faster since air can get in. Use only when necessary. But I have to admit that having both -laces for blush and shadow makes this empty palette extremely convenient. Wish palettes would come bubble wrapped so they arrive safely.

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12/28/2017
Rachel O.
United States

Customized empty palette

Love being able to create your own palette: it's cute, practical, and efficient! A winning combination :)

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12/16/2017
Anonymous
United States

Replacing my Z-palette!!

I love the clear lid and the different layouts available in these. Definitely using these from now on instead of the z palette