Who doesn’t love a bit of sparkle?

Mixture of cosmetic glitter colours

I use this kind of product all the time on stage and alongside face paint, having tested this product myself I can happily tell you how great it is. The coverage is great, and the application is easy plus its produced from a biodegradable film that is certified industrially compostable, environmentally sourced to FSC standards and not tested on animals.

You can’t really complain.

It is sold in 10ml containers, but this is plenty as you only need to use a small amount to make a big impact and currently available in 20 colours.

The glue is sold in 10ml bottles and has a brush in the lid, the brush is easy to use, and the glue goes a long way.

The best way to apply the glitter is to apply a small amount of glue to the desired area and leave it for a few seconds to go tacky (like you do with eyelash glue, if you use it) then add your glitter.

Applying your glitter can be done in a variety of ways depending on the effect you are after as well as your personal preference. Its best to give them all a try before you decide.

Personally, I use either a brush (make up or paint), sponge or my finger, I don’t stick to one method when using glitter. If you want a block of colour I prefer using my finger or sponge and dabbing it on where as the brush creates an understated effect to your design.