Nothing is more fun to play around with (granted, also messy) than glitter, and now we’re coming into the festival season we have the opportunity to be able to showcase our glitter skills to the world. The glitter game is at a whole new level, where you can actually get a job as a professional glitter artist and travel around festivals applying glitter, so the pressure is on to look your best. Here are some examples of amazing glitter art that you’ll be inspired by to try out yourself.
Face paint and glitter
Involve face paint into your glitter design to add some texture to your glitter art. I love this looks that mixes stripes of glitter and face paint which curves around the eye.
This has become a new trend within glitter art, with some people baring all and covering their whole breasts in glitter! If you’re not brave enough to do that, wear a low cut top like in this photo, and cover your décolletage with glitter to give it some sparkle.
If you don’t want to go too glitter heavy, why not copy this makeup look and put some glitter around the eyes to make the eyeshadow pop.
Bring all the attention to your lips by covering your them with glitter, this will instantly plump them and make them look bigger!
Use very fine glitter to sweep across the eyelid and onto the cheekbone for a really beautiful but delicate look.
Wear dark makeup with holographic, chunky glitter for a bold, contrasting look. Use glitter that has chunks of stars in it to give your look a space-age vibe, and to bring this look out of this galaxy!
Instead of wearing a glitter eyeliner on the top eyelash, wearing it on the bottom eyelashes to give to add some drama to a cat eye wing.
Use some stencils print on your face alongside your glitter make up to make it more unique.
Anything can look pretty if it’s sparkling, even a monobrow! Cover glitter all over your eyebrows so you don’t have to worry about the state of your them underneath.
Have you got some greasy roots? Hide it with glitter! This is perfect for when you’ve been at a festival for a couple of days and your hair is in need of a wash.
Adds some gems to your forehead, so that your under eye glitter connects with the rest of your face.
What do you think of these glitter art looks? Let us know in the comment section below!
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