It's the time of year where the make up sets/palettes are finally hitting the shelves in the drugstore in time for holiday shopping. Holiday shopping? It's only October! Well, it's never too early to shop (or to decorate) for Christmas in my opinion. One of my favorite drug stores is Walgreens. I was in there the other day & saw two Profusion eyeshadow palettes in Bare & Smokey for $5 each. Now these palettes may look super familiar to you - the remind me of the Naked & Naked 2 palettes, though they aren't exact. I thought why the heck not & picked them up to add to my collection. Looking at them I didn't like the animal print, the purple & the red, and the font on the front. It just looked hokey to me! So I decided to see if I could spray paint them to make them more sleek & professional looking. It worked!
Supplies: spray paint (I like Rustoleum - try not to go for the cheap stuff), area to spray, newspaper or plastic to cover your work area, make up palettes, painters tape