Lit Cosmetics Glitters: Kiss, Carrot Head, Liberache, Mary Jane, Elton Jon, Roxy Rolla

Hi Guys!!

Long time no talk! I’ve had a busy past week- went to LA and Las Vegas with some friends, and just got back from a trip to Minneapolis with Sigma :) Fun things to come! I haven’t had internet for the past few days and was nonstop busy before that, so apologize for putting the blog on hold!


Here are some swatches of some of the glitters I got from Lit Cosmetics in Vancouver! Their packaging allows for stacking, so I made my own Rainbow themed stack with some of the colors I got :) I love their glitter, both names and colors, and I love love love their glitter adhesive! Here are six of the glitters I have- all are size #2 except Kiss, the red, which is size #3. I really like size 2 best, as its not too big and when used with the glitter adhesive it applies just like a wet pigment does, and there won’t be many gaps between glitter particles at all.



You can see from the swatches above how much larger the glitter particles are for Kiss, which is the #3 size, in comparison to the rest of the colors which have #2 size glitters. This isn’t to say that #3 size is bad, it’s just a bit more difficult to work with, but not too difficult at all. Our of the swatches shown, I think Elton Jon, the blue, is my favorite. I also love Liberachi, as I don’t own a true yellow glitter yet- just neons or more honey-toned shades. These look amazing on, and I can’t wait to play with them more and create some tutorials with them!



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  1. jessika says:

    Totally just went blind! My lord they are so bright and pretty! Amazing! Love to hear how they compare to other glittler on the market

  2. Atina says:

    Would it be possible for you swatch some of the more “natural” colors please? Like the beach baby tutorial. Thanks for the consideration ;-)

  3. Jennifer says:

    Elton Jon and Mary Jane look absolutely GORGEOUS! I’m not usually one to wear glittery make up quite like that, but it is beautiful!

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  4. milyn says:

    I am so looking forward to getting some of these. Have you tried their shimmer or electric shadows? I really want to see how they glow under black light, like their website says. They sound like fun!

  5. Lisa says:

    These look gorgeous but the Lit Cosmetics website is appalling! It just doesn’t work properly! The company seriously needs to overhaul the site because they just lost out on a sale because i’m too tired to keep trying to work it haha.

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