I’m not particularly keen on mass produced palettes from companies such as the Color Workshop, I’m sure you know the ones I mean. That’s why I’m kinda not on board with many of Ulta’s Holiday Palette offerings but I still love looking through the selection from time to time while I’m left to wish and hope that the quality is actually fantastic on a huge palette that contains everything under the moon in terms of makeup and only costs $19.99. It gives me such a warm, fuzzy feeling inside as I day dream.
But fact is I love makeup that much is true so I like looking through both the pretty and the gritty.
Here’s a selection of Ulta’s Holiday Collection 2010. Whether it’s fabulous or just day dreamed to be as such is entirely up to you but at the very least we can enjoy images of makeup right?
Are you an Ulta Holiday Palette fan? Feel free to share it loud and proud.
Ulta Pretty & Polished 74 Piece Collection $24.99
- 48 Eye Shadows
- 12 Lip Colors
- 4 Cheek Colors
- 2 Full-Size Lipsticks
- 2 Mini Glosses
- 2 Dual-Ended Eyeliners
- Eyeshadow Quad
- Train Case with Mirror and Applicators
Ulta Click on Gloss $9.99
Ulta 4 Pack Ornaments $9.99
Ulta Gift of Color Mini Blockbuster $14.99
- 9 eye shadows
- 9 lip colors
- 4 cheek colors
- 2 eye liners
- Mirror and brushes.
Ulta Large Brush Set $14.99
Ulta Best of Ulta Palette $12.99
- 12 lip colors
- 12 eye shadow shades
- Mirror, applicator and dual ended eye liner
Ulta Mini Lipstick Kit $12.99
- 6 Mini Lipsticks
- 2 Super Shiny Lip Glosses
Ulta Girls Night Out Set $14.99
Ulta Glitterati Palette $12.99
Ulta Molten Metallics Minerals
So whatcha think?
Personally these make the Sephora Palettes look like Chanel…! Ha! But I admit I love the ornament tags, those are cute to add to a gift aren’t they? Plus the damask print is gorg!
They’d make some very nice, inexpensive gifts for teens but not sure I’d indulge for myself or others.
What’s your take?