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Due to popular requests, our TKB 4th of July SALE is now extended until Tuesday, July 5th, 2022 at 8:30 AM PST. Hurry up while supplies last!!!! All orders are currently processed in 1-3 business days. We will be closed on 7/4 in observance of 4th of July.
Due to popular requests, our TKB 4th of July SALE is now extended until Tuesday, July 5th, 2022 at 8:30 AM PST. Hurry up while supplies last!!!! All orders are currently processed in 1-3 business days. We will be closed on 7/4 in observance of 4th of July.

26mm Amethyst Palette

26mm Amethyst Palette has a rating of 5.0 stars based on 9 reviews.
Original price $ 5.65 - Original price $ 269.65
Original price
$ 5.65
$ 5.65 - $ 269.65
Current price $ 5.65
SKU QE-209-1
Quantity: 1 Palette w/four 26mm tins & one press tile

This purple, jewel-toned palette is great for pressed eyeshadow and other powder cosmetics.  The 26mm Amethyst Palette is a magnetic, 4-well container. It is square, measuring in 3" x 3" overall.  TKB Trading palettes are made from sturdy card and fiberboard and are reusable.  They are great for travel and can be used for your favorite professional cosmetics or your own custom made eyeshadows. 


Material: Cardboard and paper. The paper is a semi-matte finish with a slight texture.

The palette measures 3" (75mm) x 3" (75mm) with a depth of approximately 0.35" (8mm). Its four (4) magnetic wells, each with a hole at the bottom, are perfect for holding the small 26mm round tin pans which are available to purchase at TKB Trading. Four 26mm tins and one pressing tile are included with each purchase of one palette. If you purchase a set of four palettes, they also come with 26mm tins (16 in all) plus one pressing tile.

The palette is perfect for pressed eye shadow projects, as your finished eye shadows will look like that of the professionals. Also, did we mention there's a mirror inside!!!

Switching between tins: use the tip of a very thin and pointed object, for instance, the tip of a paperclip to poke in the tiny holes at the bottom of the palette. By doing this, the tins would pop out. Don't forget to catch them when they're released.