By now you must know that makeup organizing is one of my favorite things to do!! And one of the challenges with organizing makeup is the fact that we buy lots of different pieces and then end up with different compacts and containers floating around in our makeup drawers. A while back I discovered the Z Palette (check out my blush and bronzer Z Palette!) and I’m completely hooked on these customizable magnetic palettes! I know it’s kind of silly but I get so excited over organizing, and the best part about these palettes is that you can custom create any type of palette you want depending on what products you use the most. And you can change it up since they’re magnetized; let’s say you’re going on vacation and you want just one palette along with you. You can put your favorite blush, bronzer, powder, and shadows in there and call it a day! Or you can do what I do: I like to put the palettes together according to product type. Bronzers in one palette, shadows in another, and so on.

If you haven’t picked up your Z Palettes yet, they’ve got two limited edition Cherry Blossom styles available now in the large size while supplies last! Z Palette just sent these two over to me and I’m absolutely in love with them!! Can’t wait to get organizing!

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    June 2, 2013 at 8:18 pm (2 years ago)

    What a great idea Teni, make sure when your done inserting them in the Z. palette, take a picture.
    You always come up with great ideas, but I still like your leopard pallete the best to be honest! Lol..Xo

    • Teni Panosian
      June 2, 2013 at 8:32 pm (2 years ago)

      That’s my favorite one!! I’ll be doing a makeup collection video hopefully soon, I’ll show off all my Z Palettes ;)

  2. Casey
    June 2, 2013 at 9:41 pm (2 years ago)

    how do you depot something to put it in the Z palette? :)

    • Teni Panosian
      June 3, 2013 at 8:57 am (2 years ago)

      With some products it’s easier than others. With some you can just pop it out easily by wedging a butter knife between the tin and the plastic it’s glued to and it comes out fairly easily. With other products that have a stronger bond to the packaging, you may have to hold a lighter under the plastic at the center where the glue would be. The heat will loosen it up and then you can try wriggling it out of there! But if the tin resists a lot, don’t force it, you might end up breaking the makeup. But the heat trick has always worked for me!


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