Another sparkling creation from Amerikan Body Art, Glitter Cremes are made with our custom glitter blends, in a base of organic butters and oils.
Glitter Cremes apply beautifully over water-based face and body paints without smudging your paint.
When using as makeup, the best application tools are your finger, or a flat brush. We like using our Angled Eyeliner Brush.
For large area application, a regular wedge makeup sponge works great.
To remove Glitter Cremes, the fastest method seems to be just wiping with a paper towel. The product base is waxy, like a lip balm, so it comes off well with a good wipe. Any remaining residue can be washed off with soap and water or your regular makeup remover.
Glitter cremes contain chunky glitters, which are made from the same polyester material and cosmetic-safe pigments as our ultra-fine cosmetic glitters. However, please use professional discretion when using larger glitter particles on the face. They should not be used near or on the eyes.
New Product Photos coming soon
We filled 20g glitter creme jars for the FABAIC convention and have a few left over. Get 33% more product for only $1 more than our regular 15g size.
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.
*Vegan and Cruelty-Free
Use our Glitter Creme Base to make your own glitter cremes or mica-based eyeshadows. Melt the base in the microwave and mix to your own preferred ratio with cosmetic glitter or mica. For glitter, a good rule of thumb is 50% glitter and 50% base, by weight.
***We've made an ingredient change to our formula, as of 8/1/2021. Unfortunately, one of our manufacturers' businesses has been unable to recover from the 2020 craziness, so we had to switch suppliers. The new formula is fantastic, with mostly organic ingredients, and has less chance of melting during shipment than our last formula.
New Ingredient List: Polyester Glitter (May contain the following colorants: FD&C Yellow No 5, FD&C Blue No 1, Prussian Blue, D&C Red No 7, FD&C Red No 40, D&C Red No 34, D&C Black No 2, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxide, Aluminum), Grapeseed Oil, Organic Olive Fruit Oil, Candelilla Wax, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Mango Seed Butter, Organic Palm Fruit Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Organic Rosemary Leaf Extract,
Organic Calendula Flower, Carrot Seed Oil, Poppy Seed Oil, Organic Sesame Seed Oil, Rosehip Seed Oil, Organic Neem Seed Oil, Vitamin E