Galactic UV - VIVID Gleam Glitter Cream Palette (48G)

Manufacturer: Vivid Glitter
SKU: Galactic UV-gleam-palette
48g Palette Includes: Gum Nebula, Antigravity, Candy Cosmos, Ignite, Nu-Ocean, Electroshock

Galactic UV - Vivid Gleam Glitter Cream Palette (48G) 

Take your special effects creations out of this world with these interstellar UV neon Gleam Vivid Glitter creams now available in a palette! In daylight they exhibit their vivid neon opaque coverage. Under UV lighting they glow with a dazzling fluorescent radiance! Add multiple colors in a matter of seconds with 6 UV color mixes to choose from. Gleam is very stable in all weather and it will not dry out as other types of glitters. It can be applied right on top of the dry paint without reactivating it avoiding smudging or smearing. Each glitter pot is removable if you so desire to personalize your kit. You are going to love this palette!

48g Palette Includes: Gum Nebula, Antigravity, Candy Cosmos, Ignite, Nu-Ocean, Electroshock

Made in USA

Tip: To easily remove the glitter cream, utilize a card such as a business card and glide across the skin lifting off the cream.

The Gleam Glitter Cream Palettes  by Vivid Glitter have a unique cream base that goes on smooth, and wont smudge your face and body art designs. This glitter gel will not dry out, and will remain a stable consistency in both hot and warm climates.

These chunky glitters by Vivid Glitter can be used on face, hair and nails. It is cosmetic grade polyester based glitter manufactured in America!

-1 Step process with speed and ease

- Goes on smooth, will not smear

- Does not dry out, stable in al climates

Ingredients:Glitter Creme Contains: 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.

*The FDA does not approve the use of chunky glitter for eye makeup. Please avoid direct contact with eyelids, and surrounding area.

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