This post is all about how to fill a Seint Palette.
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What are Seint Palettes?
Seint (often misspelled as Saint) palettes are gorgeous compacts used to hold all of the Seint makeup tins. The palettes come in different sizes to hold from 4- 60 tins.
They also come in one, two, or three layers. This is perfect for keeping your cream makeup in a separate layer from your eyeshadows- no powder sprinkles on the cream makeup please!
Each palette has a magnetic closure, and the top layer has a mirror built in. The base of each layer is also magnetic so that your tins of product attach right to the palette, and can be switched out whenever you like! This not only makes for a really great way to reduce waste, but it also allows you to change your colors with the seasons or your mood!
Seint releases new palette designs throughout the year so you can have a collection of gorgeous palettes to choose from.
But how do you fill a Seint palette? Keep reading for all of the details!
How to remove the lid from the tins of makeup…
When your Seint tins arrive in the mail, pay attention to the weather. If it’s hot outside, or if your package sat in the bright sunshine, you’ll want your tins to come to room temperature first.
Take them out of the package. The set them picture side up on a flat surface. Don’t open them yet! Let them sit for about an hour to make sure any melted cream has had a chance to harden.
When you’re sure they are at room temperature, take your tin in one hand, and slide the cover off with your other. Be careful not to drag your nail through the makeup.
How to fill your Seint palette…
Start popping the tins into the palette. The magnetic bottom of the palette will “grab on” to the tin and then you can slide it around to the proper position.
I recommend putting the tins in the order you use them. Highlight and contour first, followed by all of your lip and cheek colors, and finally the bronzer and illuminator.
If you have any powder products like eyeshadows or setting powder, those should ideally go on a different layer of the compact. That way, you won’t get dark specks of powder on your cream makeup!
How to refill or replace tins…
When your palette is full, you can replace individual tins as needed. This is awesome because when a tin is empty, you can just replace that one color! Or if you want to change up your look and try a new Lip + Cheek color, you can just swap them out!
It can be a little tricky to pop out the individual tins when your palette is full, but I have a trick for you! Just take one of the lids for the tin, slide the flat end between tins and use the lid to lever out the tin! Easy!
If you don’t have an extra tin lid, you can use a bobby pin to do the same thing!
HINT– While you’re replacing tins in your palette, take a minute to clean the palette. You can do this super fast by spraying some of the BRUSH CLEANSER onto a cotton pad or paper towel and wipe the edges of the palette where makeup may have smudged.
I hope that was helpful- let me know if you have any problems or questions about filling your Seint Palette!
As always, if you’re unsure of your perfect colors, feel free to email me at [email protected] and include a makeup-free selfie. I’ll get back to you within 48 hours with your color match!
And don’t forget, you can always take the QUIZ that I put together for a quick snapshot of your Seint Color Match
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