Makeup storage and sorting is definitely in my top things to do, I just love it. It’s so physically and mentally stimulating, I mean, everything is just so pretty and it means I get time to stare at it in all its glory. That may sound a little odd, but you get what I mean I’m sure. Items that I put on display, like lipsticks, brushes and liners are something I find easy to control, but when it comes to the little things, sometimes it’s much harder work than you thought. When I started hoarding single shadows I was a bit unsure where and how to store them, and I’ve finally found the perfect solution.

Make Up For Ever have a range of empty metal palettes, which you can customise to how you like with any product that has a magnetic base. The large palette* is what I currently have, and this stores around 32 standard single shadows (such as those from Morphe, Makeup Geek and ABH).


It’s case is ultra slim and elegant with an easy wipeable matte black finish. The palette is also super lightweight, even with shadows in and this makes it so easy to carry around with you. This is by far better buy priligy in usa than other customisable palettes I’ve used as the packaging really makes it that much better. Your shadows stay safe at all times, there’s no need to worry with these when travelling.


These palettes from MUFE are also great at storing extreme glitter shadows, like these two from Glitter Eyes*. The colours here have been my favourite recently in the shades Aurora (left) and Unicorn Wings (right), a bright hot pink and silver/purple with tonnes of multi-coloured reflects. You have to admit, these are perfect for the festive season ahead, they give the most amazing colour payoff and don’t budge all day and all night. They are great for this palette as it comes with a foam insert to place on top of the shadows, therefore you don’t get any fall out. This also means your shadows have extra protection whilst on the go. Both products are also super affordable to!


This palette is sold on the Make Up For Ever store, or if you’re in the UK they are sold by PAM London, and are available in four sizes from £3.95.

Now I’ve got so much space in the palette I’m so keen to fill it up, which shadows would you recommend?

Megan ??



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