- clear top
- sturdy thick plastic
- they close securely
- inserts are easy enough to work with (one con on inserts below).
-clear top shows smudges, powder kicks up, and little fuzzbunnies/critter fur seem to be attracted to it
Overall, I really do like this palette design minus lack of magnetized security. I've enjoyed z palettes for their clear top but have been less than enthused about them essentially being made of card board. This is like an improved z palette. I've placed a jump where I compare size to 2 z palette models as well as a unii palette. More reviews coming! I did a lot of overhauling this holiday season with beauty items I'm trying out from Sneakpeeq.com. I may even go crazy and throw in some clothes because I like them! Happy Festivus!
*UPDATE 12/28: These ARE magnetized. Magnets I have on my shadows from depotting either aren't strong enough or thick enough so I need to replace them. Ones on pan shadows I've bought are A-OK. Also instead of dumping it out, if you gently twist the palette like an ice trey the insert pops up. I always over complicate things. Thanks to the people that know what they're doing over at Specktra.net.
Z Palette Pro comparison
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