Are you an on the go mom or just a busy woman and like to have your makeup with you for touch ups? Yea I know it’s hard to keep a makeup bag and everything else you need without weighing down your purse, but what about a nice makeup organizer that’s more like a clutch? Check out Faces Beautiful’s Face in a Case!
I want to thank Gail and Faces Beautiful for giving me a complimentary Face in a Case in exchange for this review and inclusion to our Mother’s day gift guide. I love having my makeup with me where ever I go and that the makeup is so neatly organized.
The Face In A Case is a magnetic makeup organizer which doubles as a stylish clutch. On one side are the vegan, cruelty free, paraban free cosmetics and the other side holds your credit cards and money. It’s the essential accessory for today’s women on the go.
The makeup that comes with it has magnetic backs which hold them in place! I LOVE that! I don’t have to worry about the makeup being tossed all around. LOL Just be careful when putting the makeup in the case, my finger accidentally touched the black eye shadow and then the blush, now I have a little black spot.
Here’s how it works:
First you choose your case (I chose the Champagne Gold Clutch, but they were out, so they sent the leopard. I don’t know how they knew me so well to do that!
Then you choose your makeup palette, Plum or Nude ( I chose the Nude Neutrals Makeup Palette). For reference, they are very similar to the popular “Naked” palettes.
The founder of this amazing product is Gail Sagel, an ex wall-streeter turned makeup guru devoted to creating “innovative products that make women’s lives better”. Gail was so generous to give Modern Day Gramma readers a discount on their own Face In A Case with the code Sandra10. Now, It’s time to get MADE UP!!
I received the product(s) mentioned above free of charge in exchange to be in our gift guide. We are not obligated to give a positive review. We received NO financial compensation other than the product for the review. This disclosure is in accordance with Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. If you would like a review done contact Sandra @ ModerndayGramma@
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