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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.

Mini Eye Shadow Compact & Tin

Mini Eye Shadow Compact & Tin has a rating of 4.2 stars based on 6 reviews.
Original price $ 1.65 - Original price $ 471.65
Original price $ 11.65
$ 11.65
$ 1.65 - $ 471.65
Current price $ 11.65
SKU PZ-105-6
Quantity: 6 compacts w/ tins

On this page you may purchase:

  • Set of Compact w/ tins (3 different quantity options)
    • 6 compacts w/ 6 tins
    • 30 compacts w/ 30 tins
    • 100 compacts w/ 100 tins
    • 350 compacts w/ 350 tins
  • 100 or 1000 Tins Only (no compacts)
  • 3 Tiles Only
  • 1 Press Pack which includes: Nine Tin Pans (27mm); Two Press Tiles (27mm); One Tamper Tool to help tamp down and press powders.

Material: Plastic.
27mm mini compact with diameter 1.77 inch (4.5 cm).

Here is some general info about the items in this set:
Tin Pans.  The nine pans are made of tin (not aluminum) which means that they cling to the magnetic base of our palette and also that they are able to withstand pressure from the pressing action better than the aluminum pans. 

Pressing Tiles are pieces of acrylic plastic which have been machine cut to perfectly nest inside our pans. They come to you covered in a protective sheet of brown paper, which you should remove prior to pressing. If you have been using a coin to press your powders, our Pressing Tiles are used in a similar manner. Additionally, you may use a c-clamp or vise grip to press the tile into the powder and pan. 

A Tamper Tool is a Pressing Tile with a handle attached. We use it to tamp down the first two layers of powder, as well as to make that last final press. In fact, we often use the Tamping Tool only in our projects, and never use a pressing tile.