What are the product dimensions?
This glitter poof is a 1/2 ounce bottle and it is 3.5 inches tall. Due to the different densities of each glitter color, these glitters have a price that is established by volume, not by weight.
How to apply and remove Amerikan Body Art Cosmetic Glitter?
Amerikan Body Art glitters can be applied on top of moist face paint or adhered to skin with a skin safe adhesive such as cosmetic glitter glue or gel. Products like Global Body Art Gunky Glitter Gel Base
, Ybody Washable Glue
or Ben Nye Glitter Glue
can be used with these fine glitters if you want the glitter to stay on for the day. If you choose to use an adhesive base, simply apply the gel/glue to the skin, and then tap the glitter onto the tacky base with a brush, silicon applicator
If you would like the glitter effect to last even longer you can use a stronger body glue like Ybody Pink Glue
. Apply the glue to the skin and let it dry, then apply the loose glitter on top. Now you can make temporary glitter tattoos that last for days!
If you are looking for a temporary hold, you can use water to apply the polyester glitter to the skin using a disposable smoothie blender
or eye shadow applicator. Just mist the foam applicator with water, dip the applicator into the glitter, and press the glitter onto the skin. You can apply the loose glitter to wet face paint as well. This cosmetic glitter can be loosened from the skin or hair with soap, and then rinsed away with water.
What is this face painting glitter best for?
Amerikan Body Art's opaque glitters are perfect for glitter tattoos and layering on top of simillar colored face paint. You can dab this Midnight Blue glitter onto snowflakes or ocean life designs. It is also a great royal blue for sporting events! You can also use this glitter for mixing up your own glitter gels.
What else should I know about Amerikan Body Art Glitters?
These glitters are made of .008 polyester hexagonal cut flecks and FDA compliant colors for the pigments. Amerikan Body Art is based in the USA and is operated by a long time henna artist, Erika Harrison.