Vivid, Gleam UV Glitter Cream 10g, Antigravity
Our 10g, Antigravity Gleam Glitter Cream is a blend of a variety of sizes of the brightest neon, yellows and pink colours for your special effects creations with a fluorescent glow under UV light.
This combination also looks stunning under regular light.
Perfect for rave and glow parties.
Jackie Howe, from Florida, created Gleam Glitter Creams, her attention to detail and colour combinations have been revolutionary.
Gleam is very stable in all weather and it will not dry out, unlike some other types of glitters. It can be applied on top of the dry paint without reactivating the paint.
Suitable for both skin and hair.
This unique glitter cream is a one step process, providing a dazzling sparkle on every face with speed and ease.
It goes on smooth and will not smear your face or body paint designs.
The waxy balm composition of the product adheres the glitter with out the need of adding water or glue to make the glitter stick.
To remove the glitter, simply use soap and water however to remove the majority before washing, utilise a card, such as a business card and glide across the skin lifting off the majority of the cream.
Alternatively, to avoid rinsing glitter down the sink, wipe the creme off with a paper towel and throw away.
It is polyester based glitter manufactured in America. Contains coconut oil.
The FDA does not approve the use of chunky glitter for eye makeup. Please avoid direct contact with eyelids, and surrounding area. Take extra caution applying to young children who may touch their designs and move glitter too close to their eyes.
For body painting, secure the glitter with an adhesive such as cosmetic glitter glue or aloe vera gel.
Contains approx. 8g product within a 10g base jar.
Ingredients: Polyethylene Terephthatlate, Polyurethane-33, Colorant, triglyceride, coconut oil, octyldodecanol, ozokerite wax (paraffin wax), polyisobutene, castor oil, microcrystalline wax, synthetic wax, dl alpha tocopherol. May contain Polymethyl Methacrylate, Aluminum, Polylactic Acid