PAW PALETTE REVIEW
Hello beauty lovers! Today’s blog post is all about the amazing paw palette! The paw palette is an awesome invention created by the brilliant Crystal Powder. I first met Crystal Powder at a special FX workshop she taught at April Love Pro Makeup Academy last October. The class was fun, and chock full of info. During the class, she used her cool invention and I was in awe. I had never seen anything like it. When I saw Crystal again at The LA Makeup Show, I knew I HAD to get it! So now that you know how much I love it, let me explain how it works and what it works for.
How The Paw Palette Works
Basically, the Paw Palette is a palette that straps to your wrist. Hands free, it makes beautifying yourself or a client way easier. There’s more, the paw palette works for a lot more than makeup application. When I used to do eyelash extensions application, I would use the paw palette in the salon. It made the tedious work of eyelash extension application easier, and cuter!
You’ve probably seen a makeup artist use the back of his or her hand as a palette before. Maybe you’ve done it yourself. It works in a pinch, but can get messy. Additionally, holding onto a classic metal palette can get tricky and cumbersome. The paw palette combines beauty and brains (as Crystal would say), and solves this problem! Personally, I especially love the paw palette because I have eczema. Mixing products on the back of my hand doesn’t just get messy, it gets PAINFUL if I do it too much! But the paw palette came to the rescue and has solved all of these issues for me! If you are a professional makeup artist, or are a makeup junkie, then you have to get the paw palette. It’s reasonably priced, super sturdy, and makes makeup application easier, funner, and CUTER! With the different styles, colors, and shapes (the glitter heart is to die for!), there’s a paw palette out there that suits your style. If you’d like to buy the paw palette, you can buy it here. Have you tried the paw palette? What did you think of it? If you haven’t, would you try it? I’d love to read about it in the comments! As always, thanks for reading. Until next time. 😉