So I thought we'd show our glitters from LIT Cosmetics since they're too beautiful!
We had a hard time looking through all the glitters and decide which ones to take with this first order. Now maybe we should do another one, but that'll have to wait since we're kind of on that no buy for a while!
Anyhow, one of the best thing with LIT is that a lot colours comes different catagories as well as four different sizes!
Size #1 Micro Cut
Size #2 Small Cut
Size #3 Medium Cut
Size #4 Large Cut
And we chose ours to be size 1, 2 and 3. Size 1 is superfine and almost like an eyedust or a pigment.
And Size 2 is almost that fine and the glitter grains are so small it looks like a rough pigment.
Size 3 is normal glitter as one is used to see it.
Imagine how chunky the Size 4 will turn out!
Here they are!
We have ourselves a cube tube, and some singles!
First out is Carrot Head in size 2. A strong warm orange colour.
Elton John in size 2. (Hilarious names they have!) A medium blue with disco influences.
Roxy Rolla in Size 2. A strong purple with hints of pink shades in it.
Fire Cracker in Size 1. Super deep vampy red.
Punk in Size 2. A midnight dark blue with hints of stars.
First picture is with flash, second without in lamp light.
From left to right:
Punk, Fire Cracker, Roxy Rolla, Elton John & Carrot Head
|And a blurry one to catch the reflections!|
Punk, Fire Cracker, Roxy Rolla, Elton John & Carrot Head!
On to the singles!
A hologram gold with hints of silver. Ella in Size 2.
Northern Lights in Size 3. A white base with glitter hues in lavender purple and blue.
Champagne Wishes in Size 2. A white hologram base with hints of both gold and silver in it.
Pink Flamingo in Size 2. A baby pink base that glitters in blue, sometimes green.
First pic is with flash, second in lamp light.
From left to right:
Ella, Northern Lights, Champagne Wishes & Pink Flamingo
|And another blurry one!|
Ella, Northern Lights, Champagne Wishes & Pink Flamingo!
And as always is it so hard to catch glitter and make it justice to what they really look like, but trust us, they glitter!
All the swatches were attached with a fluid to hold the glitter in place. I simply dabbed a brush in the fluid, drew a line on my hand (but not a wet one, just damp) and then dipped the brush in the glitter I wanted and followed the line on the hand.
It works the same way on the eyes, or lips. But to make sure to get less fall outs through the day, dip the brush again, and press the damp brush on top of the glitter.
Here's the fluid, and if you don't have one similar to this, make sure to get one, because it's amazing with loose glitter!
So do you want do glitter as much as I want to right now!?
Azure, covered in glitter