DIY – How to make your own magnetic makeup palette

Hey beautiful ladies,By now, Iam sure many of you would have tried the Inglot freedom sysem lipstick/eyeshadows/blushes refills. MAC also sells eyeshadow and blush refills. These refills cost much lesser than the full sized ones. Hence, I always hoard them. But the cost of the empty magnetic palettes is very scary.
MAC 15 pan palette costs Rs.900. Inglot magnetic palettes of 5 pans costs Rs.850. This DIY post would be very helpful for those who are struggling to store their refills.

Things required:
1. Magnetic sheet
2. Scissors
3. Empty chocolate/nut tin or geometry box
Step1:
Place the tin on the magnetic sheet to measure the size and cut the magnetic sheet accordingly

Step2:
Peel the sticker from the back of the magnetic sheet

Step3:
Stick the magnetic sheet on the chocolate/nut tin

Step4:
Place the eyeshadow/lipstick/blush refills in the tin now

Step5:
Your makeup palette is ready. Close the lid and carry it wherever you want to.

Make sure you do not store cream and powder products together to avoid getting mixed up. I made my makeup palette for less than Rs.100. It very simple and cost effective as well. The palette is travel friendly.

I hope the article helped you. If you want to purchase these magnetic sheets, contact me at
PreethaKarthik@indianbeautyjournal.com. With one magnetic sheet, you can make two such small palettes.

 

Who is Preetha

Preetha is an engineer turned beauty blogger from India. She loves trying out new beauty products and makeup looks. She is a mother of a one year old baby girl and loves photography, cooking and makeup of course.

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