If you've been with this from the beginning or even when my blog was just a Tumblr blog, you'll know that I love indie cosmetic companies. Especially for pigments and glitters. I've had several Etsy sellers/companies that I've bought from that I really really loved. The reason I love these small brands is because they will allow you to do "sample" size products for like $3 most of the time or less maybe. The reason I like that is not because it's inexpensive but because, especially with pigments, a little goes a long way. So a sample is usually 1/4 a tsp and that will last you a very long time with pigments. With glitter it goes a little faster I guess but then again you're not going to use glitter everyday and hopefully not the same color everyday.
So I ran across this brand Beauty Bar Baby on Instagram. They commented on some of my looks and was always incredibly nice, I looked at their profile to follow them and then realized they were a company actually and had a pretty good following too. So I clicked their link and seen they were on Etsy. Which I love! They had great prices for full sized products but they offered stackable glitters that you could just customize your stack and its sample sized. Right up my alley. I then seen the Fairy Dust in this magnificent white sparkly color. I have had this image in my head for months of a really intense sparkly inner white highlight. I have not been able to find ANYTHING that was as pigmented as I needed it to be though, it was too sheer or not a true white. So when I seen this I had to have it.
I ordered this and they shipped the next day, and then for whatever reason after a few USPS scans they just stopped moving for a few days (thanks alot USPS) and it took longer to get it than expected but that wasn't the companies fault that was USPS for taking their sweet time. I have no complaints from the company. They sent me some little samples of glitters. I think my order total was like $12 shipping and all. I got samples with everything. So it was really inexpensive. Their glitters are beautiful. I love glitters that are mixed to make these super pretty hybrid colors. I did get one that was just one color total. I try to always get colors I don't have. Where glitter is concerned anyway.
In this look I used the White Diamond Fairy Dust (amazing and exactly what I'd been looking for as far as a inner highlight) in the inner corner and Rain Drops glitter over top of Pool Side eye shadow from Makeup Geek.
This is a predominantly navy glitter with flecks of every other color under the sun in it. I see a lot of pink and green and different shades of blue in it. It's gorgeous I love it.
This glitter is like a loose glitter that is identical to the Revlon Eye Art Peach Prism glitter that is liquid. This is a coral peachy glitter it has lots of coral, peach, orange, in it as the base color and then it has some gold and I think red glitter through out it.
This is a Christmas green glitter. The pictures are somewhat blurry to kinda get the flecks of it shining. I didn't have any green glitter and I really wanted one. I do wish I had chose one with some other colors thrown in but I still love this and it's perfect for holiday looks.
This can be used as a highlighter or eyeshadow. It's stark white, like crisp white. It reminds me of MAC Reflects Pearl glitter as far as the glitter thats in it. So if Reflects Pearl met at stark white eye shadow it would be this baby right here. I love this and they have other colors in the Fairy Dust they're all white base I think but different glitters that reflect like green, gold, copper, purple etc.
These are the two baby samples of glitter that was sent with my order. I've not messed with them yet cause they're so cute but I'm really excited about them especially the pink.
I'm from Tennessee. I'm a makeup and skincare lover. I have always enjoyed creating looks but I love to help people with product knowledge and application even more. I've been able to start blogging and do these things I love because God has seen fit to bless me with the opportunity. Thanks for stopping by and visiting with me!