I am SO covered in glitter, I can hardly explain. It’s like a unicorn threw up all over me – it’s all over my face, my arms, my clothes and my hands. And now, my laptop. This palette, super sparkly as it is, is so droppy I would suggest that unless you’re prepared for hours of cleaning up then avoid it.
If you go ahead and purchase, you will need to get the Glitter Glue otherwise the whole lot will be all over your face by the end of the day or evening. BUT, the glitter primer does change the nature of the shadow (swatches to follow).
So, these are the shades without any primer underneath and without using the brightening or darkening base (which is a great idea in theory). It really is only just pressed – very loose and you only get a light dusting on the brush when you dip in.
This is the first row of glitters over the brightening powder base. It’s not really clear whether Glitter Glue should go under the base but it that’s the case I’m not sure it would hold the glitter.
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This is the second row over the darkening base.
This swatch is two of the shades over the Glitter Glue. It turns the powder into more of a cream and it gleams rather than glitters.
This is my kitchen surface after swatching. SO much drop and so much more all over me. Personally, I’d really avoid this one unless you are up for lengthy and meticulous application – I’m not sure how you could do any eye look without rogue twinkles appearing everywhere else as well. Don’t sneeze near it. The Too Faced Glitter Bomb Palette is £33 HERE. It’s significantly cheaper to buy a tube of glitter from Hobbycraft and throw it all over yourself.
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