Pans are generally for pressed powders, as well as for hot pour and cold process cosmetics.
Our pans are tin plate. The alternative (which we do not sell) would be aluminum. The reason we sell tin plate pans is because tin is responsive to magnets. This makes tin pans a perfect choice if you are placing them into any type of magnetic palette.
Please note that tin pans will rust if they are exposed to water. Aluminum pans will not. If you use rubbing alcohol to clean your pans (which is recommended), please either make sure that the alcohol is full strength (e.g. 99%). If you use a diluted alcohol (e.g. commonly 70%), make sure that it dries off completely. If you leave your pans sitting in alcohol they may develop rust because 70% alcohol means it also contains 30% water. And water will rust your pans.
The following reviews are from our old website, and predate 2015. Items were ranked from 1 - 5.
I loved using these! I recommend using the pressing tile rather than your finger as the tile gets the product evenly distributed. It was so easy to turn a bunch of pigment samples into a cute palette of mini's.
A 4-well magnetic palette in an Amethyst color. FAQs Reviews Ingredients: Cardboard and paper....
A 4-well magnetic palette in a charcoal black color. FAQs Reviews Ingredients: Cardboard and paper. The paper...
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A 4-well magnetic palette in a garnet color. FAQs Reviews Ingredients: Cardboard and paper. The...