Glamlite Cosmetics Introduces Creative New Pizza Palette

On December 12th, Glamlite Cosmetics released their already iconic Pizza Palette, and it’s proven to be super popular in the beauty world. Have you ever wanted to get your hands on an eyeshadow palette that not only made you look good but was good enough to eat? Well, your search can finally end here. The Pizza Palette such a creative new idea that no matter what look you’re going for, you can probably put it together with these amazing pigments.

If pizza is your favorite food, you can now officially add it to your cosmetics collection, too. The Pizza Palette includes 18 shades of eyeshadow. Here’s a quick sample of some of the super fun names: the bright yellow “Extra Cheese,” the deep purple “Kalamata Olives,” the shimmery dark green “Jalapeños,” and the bold pink “Prosciutto.”

You can purchase the Pizza Palette with two different types of outer packaging—choose whichever strikes your fancy! The inner palette is divided into six “slices” with three “toppings” each. You can choose the retail box, which is sold in stores and online and runs slightly cheaper at $40, or you can choose the Limited Edition PR Box, which is only sold online and costs $55. Here’s the great thing about purchasing from Glamlite: you can choose to pay for either one in four equal installments instead of dropping all of your cash at once. This is a great option in case your budget is stretched a little bit thin due to holiday shopping.

Glamlite has already reported that supplies of the Pizza Palette are running a bit low, so if you want to scoop one up for yourself, now is definitely the time—act fast, because you don’t want to miss out on this unique new palette! This is also the perfect holiday gift for your friend who is a total foodie, or that friend who always wants to order pizza every time you hang out!

Are you loving all of these innovative new palettes with cool packaging? Will you be picking up a Glamlite Pizza Palette before they sell out? Let us know in the comments!


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