I decided to created my own mini palettes to condense my individual eyeshadow collection a little bit. I was going to show them all in the one post but it started to get a bit long so I am going to divide it up into either 2 or 3 posts instead! Here are the 3 palettes that I have so far:
The first one I am going to talk about, the big red one, is a Unii palette. These are really great as they are so sturdy and durable, and they also come with a sheet of adhesive magnetic for you to cut out and stick to your products. Inside it has a massive mirror and a rubber bumper to help prevent any damages if it gets bashed, which makes it perfect for travelling. It also comes with a little thumb grip but I have removed this as it was taking up too much room.
The downside to it is that it's really quite expensive considering it's an empty palette! I think mine worked out to be about £21 if not slightly more, due to exchange rate and shipping. However this was when they were relatively new and I got it directly from the Unii's US website, now they have a UK website which is fantastic and are available at an introductory price of only £15! They are also discounting it if you buy in bulk, so if you buy four or more you will get them for £12 each! The p&p is £2.95, which isn't too bad, and free for over £60. Unfortunately they have totally changed all the colours and the one I have isn't available anymore, but they do have a nice selection of pastelly colours which are really pretty!
The Unii palette fits a lot of different brands which are all listed on their website (link above) and it also explains how to depot any products which have got packaging which is quite handy if you're not familiar with the techniques.
In my palette I have got quite a few different brands: Avon (not CF), Too Faced, MAC (not CF), Urban Decay (not CF) and Virgin Vie (no idea about their cruelty-free status but I would assume they are not! I've never bought anything from them before, this was part of a gift set.). I have tried to group colours together and this one is my earthy/neutrals palette!