Glitter a makeup palette.

DIY glitter magnetic makeup palette

This is for those of you that wear makeup. I don’t, and it’s not because I don’t like it. It’s because I have absolutely no idea how to apply it! I feel like Tammy Faye Baker even with just a little bit on. I really have to work on that because my friends, I’m getting to the point where I need¬†makeup. If anyone loves giving makeovers and lives in the greater Atlanta area, let me know.

Speaking of makeup, I love this tutorial from Tiffany on how to make a magnetic palette (and with glitter) so that you don’t have to lug your large makeup trays around everywhere. She used magnetic paint and some glitter and Mod Podge to fancy the whole thing up. Nice, huh? Head to her blog to see the tutorial.

DIY magnetic makeup palette at I Am Style-ish

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  1. Candice says

    I never wore makeup either for the same reason! Haha. That and it seemed like soo much work and money! It wasn’t until last year that I decided to give some a shot and had to look up Youtube videos about “how to put on makeup.” And fell in love with red lipstick.

    Unfortunately, after playing with it for a bit I found out I didn’t like the way it felt on my face and how sensitive my skin is. Foundations actually make my checks burn and powders make my face super red. :-( And all of it makes my skin feel like it’s being smothered!

    About a month ago I came across a shop on etsy that sells Vegan Mineral Makeup and bought some samples to give it a try. It’s AMAZING! It’s easy to apply, it stays on and covers really well, and no irritation. Here’s the link if you want to check it out: http://www.etsy.com/shop/JustPureMineralsShop

    I was really excited about it. :-) I still don’t wear it all the time, but when I do it doesn’t feel like a chore and I don’t have to worry about taking it off as soon as possible to avoid my face being a tomato. Just wanted to share!

  2. Marjori Miller says

    When I was younger, I wouldn’t even check the mail without makeup on – typical CA girl. Then I moved to AZ and slowly stopped wearing it. It makes my face feel like it is suffocating, then it gets dry for a few days. I don’t need it where I work & I don’t really go out so I don’t feel I need it. Also, hubs says he likes me better “without all that gunk on”. lol