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Small Wonders: Makeup Palettes for the Gym

Yes, you can have it all -- eye, lip, and cheek color -- in one portable, gym-bag-friendly palette.

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For the Gym Buff

The shimmery shades in Sephora Color Bronze Buster-To-Go ($15, sephora.com) give dull skin an instant glow.

Tester says: "It's my new post-exercise tool for transforming my makeup."
-- Eleanor Langston, beauty director

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For the Romantic

Laura Mercier Zen Face Palette ($60, lauramercier.com) is stocked with garden-inspired hues, like rose pink.

Tester says: "The soft, feminine colors make me feel put together even if I'm wearing sweatpants."
-- Rachael Garner, Memphis

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For the Nine-to-Fiver

Unclutter your desk drawer with the Mary Kay Compact ($18, marykay.com), packed with office-appropriate shades, a full-size gloss, and three brushes.

Tester says: "I reapply these powders throughout the day; they feel lightweight and never cakey."
-- Karina Dearwood, Brooklyn

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For the Traveler

Just a bit thicker than a credit card, Pixi Petite Palette ($16, pixibeauty.com) is perfect for your carry-on.

Tester says: "When I'm feeling extra tired, these iridescent shades immediately brighten my face."
-- Donna Jackson, Jacksonville, North Carolina

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For the Minimalist

The hues in Philosophy The Color of Grace Coloring Book ($39.50, philosophy.com) add a hint of tint all over. Plus, the lip gloss is infused with skin-loving ingredients, such as acai berry, shea butter, and pomegranate.

Tester says: "Even if I use every shade in this palette at the same time, I don't look too made up."
-- Stacey Macha, Westfield, New Jersey

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For the Natural Girl

The versatile mix of warm taupes and chocolates in Sonia Kashuk Spring Awakening Eye & Lip Palette ($16.99, target.com) can be worn alone or layered together for a true-to-you look.

Tester says: "The buttery-soft texture of the shadows and glosses makes them a cinch to apply in a rush."
-- Emily Ennis, Houston

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, March 2010.

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mariannecrosson wrote:

I'm a Mary Kay Consultant and I was surprised to read it listed as $18. That is very misleading!!! You fill it with whatever you like and then refill as needed... So yes, the compact (unfilled) is $18, plus what you decide to fill it with!

9/22/2010 05:51:14 PM Report Abuse
ingersol4 wrote:

I agree. Saying this is $18 is false advertising

9/20/2010 10:36:25 AM Report Abuse
phoenixgirl66 wrote:

This is not a good option if you don't have a lot of money. The compact comes empty, and then you have to buy the make up to fill it up. Good point is that you get to choose your own colors, etc.

9/18/2010 08:24:06 AM Report Abuse

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