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    Hey guys,
    For prom I'm looking to buy a really glittery eyeshadow (not just your standard glittery eyeshadow, like full on sparkle)! I don't want to order it online, so it would need to be available in either House of Fraser, Debenhams, Superdrug or Boots. I don't really mind about the price range
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    The urban decay moondust eyeshadows are lovely, but I'm not sure if they're glittery enough?

    Do you want an eyeshadow as opposed to loose glitter?
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    (Original post by Changing Skies)
    The urban decay moondust eyeshadows are lovely, but I'm not sure if they're glittery enough?
    Do you want an eyeshadow as opposed to loose glitter?
    They look so nice :love: I might pick one up and see wha it's like, even if I don't wear it it stil looks amazing

    Would loose glitter not just get everywhere?
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    They look so nice :love: I might pick one up and see wha it's like, even if I don't wear it it stil looks amazing

    Would loose glitter not just get everywhere?
    Yeah go for it!!

    There are ways to deal with that, if you apply a makeup glitter base (glue/primer) onto your eyelid and gently pat the glitter on with a brush it'll generally be fine! There will be some fallout when applying but it's easy to dust off with a clean brush, or even using a bit of tape on your face to let it stick to it! Once it's applied there shouldn't really be much fallout it really does look gorgeous so it's definitely worth it

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    (Original post by Changing Skies)
    Yeah go for it!!

    There are ways to deal with that, if you apply a makeup glitter base (glue/primer) onto your eyelid and gently pat the glitter on with a brush it'll generally be fine! There will be some fallout when applying but it's easy to dust off with a clean brush, or even using a bit of tape on your face to let it stick to it! Once it's applied there shouldn't really be much fallout it really does look gorgeous so it's definitely worth it

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    I've never seen that before, who does it? :holmes:
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    I've never seen that before, who does it? :holmes:
    Just type into youtube something like "applying loose glitter" or "loose glitter tutorial" and loads will come up! This look is particularly lovely:

    https://youtu.be/cNsSW-093YQ



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