Festival Glitter - O Canada - Limited Edition - 50ml
Limited Edition Festival Glitter for Canada Day!
We worked with Tal from Art Factory to come up with a mix of glitters with Canada Day in mind! :)
Contains: 50ml / 1fl oz
Jar size 1" tall x 2.25 wide
Our product contains all cosmetic grade glitters that are safe for the skin and can be used on the face. Please avoid using too close to the eyes or on eyelids. Festival Glitter is best applied with a filbert brush or a silicone spatula.
Festival Glitter is designed for special effects and are not considered safe to use as eye makeup.
Best kept in room temperature: high or low temperatures may cause change in consistency of the gel.
Please avoid using on very small children if there is a danger of them rubbing glitter into their eyes.
Water, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Glycerin, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Iodopropynyl, Butylcarbamate, Diazolidinyl Urea, Polyethylene, Terephthalate, Aluminium, Polyurethane. May contain trace of colorant: D&C Red 7 FD&C Yellow 5 FD&C Blue 27 Violet 19 Iron Oxide. Do not apply too close to the eyes or eyelids.
|Festival Glitter- by the Art Factory
Are you ready for your clients to be begging to be made into sparkling mermaids and fiery dragons? (More than usual that is!) Well now you'll have to be well stocked in Art Factory's gorgeous new Festival Glitter to keep up with shiny demands! Art Factory's new line of cosmetic-grade chunky glitter gels are made in the USA, are safe for the skin, and can be used on the face! (Not safe around the eyes or eyelids).
The holographic glitters in the gel will shine in the sun and add rainbow highlights to any face paint, hair style, hair roots, or glitter chest. Apply with a flat brush, filbert brush, silicone spatula, or check in a few weeks for our easy silicone applicators!
Festival Glitter is designed for special effects and are not considered safe to use as eye makeup. Avoid use on very small children if there is a danger of them rubbing glitter into their eyes. Best kept in room temperature: high or low temperatures may cause change in consistency of the gel.