"Valley Girl" brings me back to the days of hanging out at the mall, aqua net hairspray, sterling silver jewelry, and absolutely everything neon. We blended our chunky sizes of blacklight reactive glitters with a mix of silver and holographic glitters. It looks great in daylight or under blacklight.
This glitter reminds of the 1980's holographic stickers and punk rock fashion.
It's perfect for your wildest face and body art designs or for nail polish and nail art.
It is NOT suitable for mixing with glitter gel, as it will dissolve in water-based formulas.
These amazing new pump bottles are all the rage with glitter enthusiasts. Some genius has invented a way to spray glitter or powder from a spritzer bottle, as if it were a liquid. Fill the bottle with your favorite glitter and just press the trigger for glitter galore.
Available in a 14ml pump bottle with cap. These are sold empty.
Highlighters look like basic white powder in their jars. The magic happens when you apply them.
The shimmer and sparkle changes depending on how you layer them, whether over bare skin or primer, and how the light hits them.
Mica powder can also be used as an eco-friendly biodegradable alternative to polyester glitter.
Laguna - blue/green
Our silicone Pixie Wand is the perfect applicator for your Pixie Paints. It glides right over your powders and paints, and easily washes clean. When working over water-activated face paints, be sure to apply Pixie Paints with one gentle swipe to avoid reactivating and smudging your face paints.
As of 8/16/18, we have tweaked this blend just a bit, so it is not so similar to Tropical Whimsy. It's a holographic silver base with red hearts, tangerine, gold stars, emerald green, ocean spray, royal blue, and grape soda.
Metallic Red opaque heart-shaped glitter - approximately 1/8" diameter
Solvent-resistant (OK for use in Nail Polish)
Non-Solvent in water (OK for use in glitter gels)
This is an easy melt & mix base for making your own glitter eyeshadows. Simply melt the base in your microwave (approximately 20 seconds) and mix in your favorite cosmetic glitter. We've been experimenting with it quite a bit and find that a 50/50 ratio (by weight) of glitter and the base works best. Visually, it will look like more glitter than base. You want your mix to be somewhat dry, but not totally crumbly. You'll be "patting" it into the jar, rather than pouring it.
To apply your glitter shadow, the glitter can be brushed on with a flat brush or dabbed on with your finger. It can be layered if you have any gaps.
You can also mix in mica powder to create a creme eyeshadow, but you may want to add a little titanium dioxide to make it more opaque.
This starter kit contains:
1oz Glamour-Eyes Creme Base
(5) empty 10g plastic jars
(5) wooden mixing sticks
(5) plastic mixing cups
*Vegan and Cruelty-Free