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Z Palette - A Look Inside

*Post originally written by Olivia J on The Unknown Beauty Blog. If you see this post elsewhere, it has been stolen!**


Here is a detailed look at the depth and width of the Zpalettes. These are the vintage or older versions made to hold the average height of a regular pan product.


(Aren't the new palettes pretty?!) I took pictures to show the measurements of the inside. The small palette is 8cm square. The large is as shown. The eyeshadow pan is 3mm deep while the Z palette is 6mm deep. I also show some circular disks that are Yaby Grippies. These are steel disks that have a peel off backing, to apply onto aluminum pans. This way they will stick onto the magnetized base. Pretty nifty. You can get them at Camera Ready Cosmetics or the Yaby website. Like I mentioned before these are very well made and sturdy palettes. I have accidently dropped them and it stayed closed and my shadows were OKAY!






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