I'm on a role today! & I am also a huge glitter eyeliner lover! I love how you can "spice" up a natural everyday look, by just adding glitter to your upper/lower lash line or even onto your lids. It's a definite "eye" catcher and brings light & attention to your eyes.
When putting glitter onto your face, I really recommend using a base or glue to help adhere the glitter to your face/body. This, also helps with the longevity of the glitter. A few weeks ago, I received Hard Candy's Glitter Glue and a Loose Glitter for review. Here are a few pics!
Glitter Glue & Loose Powder in Casino
I know that I tend to "rat" on brushes that are included in products, but I love this brush for lining my eyes with the glitter. It's small enough to precisely line your lower lash line. It makes lining your eyes a breeze!
Application: This is what worked best for me. First, I applied the glitter glue along my lower lashline. Then I waited about 15 seconds before I added any glitter. Once that has had time to set, 2-3 minutes, I applied one last coat to seal the deal! ;)
Overall: This product does exactly what it claims to do. This adhesive is more on the watery side of the spectrum. I expected it to be of a thicker consistency, like most glitter adhesives I've tried, but nonetheless, it gets the job done. I wore this for 8 straight hours and it did not budge! Glitter has the reputation to burn once it gets into your eyes, but I experienced no irritation around my eye area during or after use! A little goes a long way, therefore, i really cannot imagine anyone finishing an entire bottle, even after weeks of use. Hard Candy continues to impress me every time! =)
As always, hope this helps and happy shopping!
Have you ever used glitter glue? What's your favorite brand? I'd love to know down below!
These products were kindly sent to me from the "above" company for review purposes. I am not being compensated to give out any information/reviews. My reviews are, and forever will be 100% honest opinions based on my experience/knowledge with each product mentioned.