Everyone needs a good sticky base in their collection. Sticky bases not only grip those sparkles in your extra sparkly eye shadows but they bring out the underlying sheen or duohchrome/shift.
Glitta Grip is NOT an eye primer. Apply your regular primer, then dab a little Glitta Grip on the center of lid and blend out. It will dry a little bit tacky. Then just pat on your eye shadow and you have instant foiled look! without the mess :)
For loose glitter, apply shadow like normal then pat on a little Glitta Grip in the area you want to apply the glitter. (Don't rub it in or you will mess up your pretty eye shadow!) Then take your brush or finger and pat on your glitter.
What Glitta Grip will do:
- Make eye shadows more vibrant.
- Keep shimmer and glitter in place.
- Bring out the dimension and duochrome effect in your eye shadows.
Quick tip: Use a little extra finishing veil or baby powder and put it under your eyes to catch any fall out. When you are all done applying glitter, just take a big fluffy brush and swipe away the loose powder and it will remove any fallout.
Packaging: 10ml squeeze tube with slant tip applicator.
Ingredients: Water, glycerin, silica, boron nitride, sodium acrylate, acryloyldimethyl taurate copolymer, isohexadecane, polysorbate 80, acrylates copolymer, gum arabic, Phenoxyethanol, sorbic acid, caprylyl glycol.
best way to get the most out of your sparkly glitter pigments, really helps them to shine and super easy to use
I've tried almost every glitter glue on the market and this by far surpasses all of them in ease of use and performance. Colors and glitter hold firmly but it is still easy to blend over.
Primers and I don't have the best relationship - I tend to get it all over my lashes, which then look lumpy. But this, this even I can use without trouble. None of the hassle, all of the stay-on power and glitter capture. No matter how light I travel, this one gets a place in my bag if there's the slightest chance I'll wear make up.
This stuff is awesome! It works really well and is easy to use. I do like pixy epoxy but I think it is trickier to use and much thicker.