Too Far? Or Not Far Enough?

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So the current craze in the beauty industry is the Pizza palette by Glamlite Cosmetics. The indie brand took on a very unique concept of actually creating a palette shaped like a pizza and made complete with the cheese and sauce aesthetic as well.While I personally enjoy a unique concept, I am torn in my opinion of the palette.
Launched on December 12, the Pizza palette materialized from the love of pizza; most people enjoy pizza and if you don’t… I don’t want to know you (just kidding). Within 48 hours of its launch, the palette sold out with many orders still sitting in limbo, unlucky customers having to wait until a restock occurred.
There are 18 shades in the Pizza palette, each shade named after a popular topping; Ham, pineapple, bacon, and black olives, to name a few. The palette costs $40 but you can “get an extra large” (ha ha) for $55 to include to limited edition/PR box. A few of the shades caught my attention and I enjoy watching tutorials done with this palette, but I just can’t bring myself to spend the money on this trend.
2018 was filled with food-inspired makeup like the Tutti Frutti collection from Too Faced that littered many a timeline on Instagram but this Pizza palette from Glamlite is a unique way to end the year. I like the concept of the palette and the shades perfectly corresponds to each ingredient you’d see on an actual pizza. I personally can’t bring myself to buy a palette I would only use a couple times before moving on.
What are your thoughts about the Pizza palette or food-inspired makeup in general? Leave a comment and be sure to subscribe to The Trendy Wallet for more quirky makeup articles and the latest launches from our favorite indie and drugstore brands. You can also check out my Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest for more makeup that doesn’t make it into an article here on the blog.
*Photos are from Glamlite Cosmetics website*
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