Moon and Stars Festival Glitter is a solvent-resistant high-quality polyester glitter great for parties, inspired theme parties, cheer competitions, dance recitals, festival glitter, nail art, and many more uses. Our glitters are measured out by weight, not volume.
- 3mm Moon and Stars Festival Glitter
- High-Quality Polyester
- Solvent Resistant
Solvent Resistant Polyester:
Solvent-resistant polyester glitters are of higher quality than craft-type glitters. They will not dull, lose color, or bleed when used in solvents such as epoxy and nail polish. They are UV resistant and cover much more area than craft glitters of the same amount do.
COSMETIC OR FACE PAINTING APPLICATION:
STEP 1: COMPLETE YOUR FACE MAKEUP
Since festivals are outdoors, you may want to consider using lightweight, long-lasting products to help with a long-lasting makeup application that lasts well into the night. First, apply your face primer, then blend your foundation using a makeup blender. Finish things off with an application of primer powder to help make your look last.
STEP 2: CREATE A GRADIENT EYE SHADOW LOOK
For this look, you’ll want to use a few eye shadow colors to create an oh-so-pretty gradient effect. Since the festival season is all about bright colors, we especially love purples, pinks, and bright blues. Using the purple color, shade along your crease. Next, layer more dimension into your crease with the medium pink shade. For the lid, use the lightest purple shade all over. Next, darken the inner and outer corners of your crease using the deep blue color.
Editor’s note: When applying these shadows, you want to make sure to pat and not swipe them on. If you do swipe them onto your lids, the colors may mix and change hue.
STEP 4: ADD GLITTER
Using our Stik It Glue doe foot applicator, apply the Stik It Glue where you want to apply your festival glitter. Dip the brush into the glitter and tap onto the wet Stik It Glue. For added allure, you can use a few different glitters in different sizes so that your design is multi-dimensional.