PalmPact puts a makeup kit on the back of your phone because why not?

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NEWS – You’ve seen phones cases with built-in wallets, but the PalmPact is a wallet that you can stick to the back of your phone or existing phone case that also has a built-in makeup kit for the ladies or clowns. This small clamshell case includes space for your ID, credit cards, and money and the makeup section has lip colors, blusher, concealer, and a mirror. The PalmPact is available in black or rose and the makeup comes in natural or rich colors. They are priced at $19.95 each. For more info visit

2 thoughts on “PalmPact puts a makeup kit on the back of your phone because why not?”

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  2. OMG! I have a PalmPact and LOVE it! People always ask me where I got it. Why didn’t someone think of this sooner? I carry my phone and used to have lipsticks in my pockets and credit cards tucked behind my phone case, now I’ve got it all (even a mirror lol) attached to my iPhone.
    I did add one of my favorite lipcolors to the PalmPact (which was easy to do) I really like their lip gloss formulations. I’m addicted to chapstick & the clear gloss in the Natural Nude Kit is bomb.
    I purchased mine at Urban Outfitters, but now order from their website.

  3. I have both PalmPact colors (rich nude and natural nude). I pop on the Rich Nude PalmPact when I’m going out, but have the natural nude attached at all times. This product is genius for me because it keeps me organized. My ID and credit card are conveniently attached inside the lid:) so when I’m holding my baby I don’t have to fumble thru my purse for my wallet (or lipgloss)… I simply slide up my credit card up w my thumb.
    I don’t know who makes their lipglosses, but they are excellent! Can’t say enough about this invention (and can’t believe it’s on $20.00 because the quality is really nice. This is way better for me than a pop socket. I hope my comments helps others who aren’t familiar with PalmPact.

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