Beauty fans go wild for makeup ‘hand palette’ £12 that sells every 20 minutes – and had a waiting list of 6,000 – The Sun
ANY BEAUTY fan will confirm that applying makeup can be a very messy business.
But a handy new tool know as a ‘hand palette’ is totting up dozens of five star reviews allowing customers to keep their hands clean when glamming up.
- Makeup Hand Palette, £12 – buy here
The “must have” product, the Makeup Hand Palette £12 by Makeupboxldn had a pre-launch waiting list of over 6,000 before it went on sale last year.
It has since become so popular that one is sold every 20 minutes.
The makeup hand palette is 100% Acrylic and is attached to the hand during makeup application.
It acts as the perfect mixing palette allowing you to mix and transfer your beauty products hygienically, preventing cross contamination and unwanted stains on the back of your hand.
It allows you to create bespoke colours and formulas customised to your skin tone as you are able to see your hand underneath.
The product has amassed almost exclusively five star reviews, with shoppers praising mess-free solution.
One wrote: “Innovative. One of the greatest tools I have.”
Another fan said: “I LOVE this tool. It has completely changed the way I look at my makeup, I can mix my foundations together to get the right shade – with no mess!”
And a third happy customer added: “Love this product! Really nice instead of using the back of your hand and easy to clean.”
Last week we told you about a quirky Showershield, which allows you to keep your your makeup intact while you wash.
The £12 ($14.95) gadget is worn over the face to keep your smoky eye and contour pristine while you wash.
The product was invented by US entrepreneur Sheridan (surname not given) who was sick of having her beauty looks ruined every time she had a wash.
She explains that the item also comes in handy for those who are recovering from recent facial surgery, microblading or eyelash extensions.
In other beauty news, we revealed how the Brazillian is the most popular pubic hair style, but blokes love a "natural" look.
And Lush's £9 sleepy cream is being hailed as a "miracle cure" for insomniacs.
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