D.I.Y Glitter Face Paint

Thursday, June 28, 2012



With festival season now fully in swing I would like to share a few festival inspired posts today!

Before I begin I would like to state that my inspiration for this post came from the most recent issue of Company Magazine - I truly believe credit should always be given and isn't Company a great read?
The original recipe/guide was to create face paint but I have jazzed it up a little with the addition of glitter!

Ingredients
Cold cream or any facial moisturiser
Corn Flour
Natural food colourants or broken eyeshadows/blushes or loose pigment type make-up products
Empty small storage pots with lids
Cosmetic grade glitter 

How To:

The process is really straight forward basically I mixed 2 tablespoons of facial moisturiser
with one tablespoon of cornflour and stirred to a light pourable paste.
If your concoction is a little thick you can thin it out by adding a little water.

Next I combined such paste with some old crushed eyeshadows and stirred until it formed an even colour.

This stage and the next can be a little messy so I do suggest doing this on top of paper.

After that I sprinkled in a little glitter, stirred once more and ta-dah you are good to go!

As Company Magazine suggests when not in use ensure the lid is firmly on and store in a dry, cool place.

Are you heading to any festivals this year?

23 comments:

  1. Oooh this looks good, I'm going to a Gaga themed night out soon so will have to do this for her lightning thing.

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  2. Such a good idea. Me and my friends are poor so just going to some local small festivals this year- but I'm sure we'll rock the glitter look at them :)
    Daniella x

    http://daniella-r.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Any festival sounds good to me :) I hope you have a fab time!

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  3. This is such a clever idea, makes me wish I was going to a festival this year though haha, can't resist some glittery war paint!

    Frances xx

    http://francescassandra.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. This is such a cool idea! Im going to t4 on the beach this sunday, but I've just bought some neon face paint. X
    http://onewaybeauty.blogspot.com

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  5. Wow! I bet these would be perfect for a night out! :D I love the one with the colourful sheer glitter on white base. :D

    P/S: I was a bit confused at first with the "corn flower". ^^" I think you meant 'flour' right?

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    1. Haha durh me yes you are very right I meant corn flour haha I have fixed it now thank you for pointing that out :)

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  6. Guh, I just got back from a festival, if only you'd posted sooner! I'll definitely be trying this for random nights out though, you can never have too much glitter right? Thanks so much! :) x

    zombiesweareyeliner.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Aww sorry about that :( but never mind there's always next year and as you said no such thing as too much glitter ;)

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  7. this is such a good idea, thanks for the post, this is will be good for when I go to fancy dress parties etc!xx

    http://nicolesmaquillage.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. I will definitely be doing this as I am going to a fetival later this year! Random question but where do you get your glitter from?

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    1. Ohh have fun :) I got them from eBay :)

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  9. How cool! I'm not a party girl but I love this glittery idea! ;-)
    I've voted for you, I'm in love with your blog ^o^
    Have a great day
    xoxo

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    1. Aww thank you so much, have a great day too!

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  10. This actually looks like it'd be a ton of fun to make as well as use! Going to bookmark this so that if the occassion should call, I can do it! :) Thanks for sharing xo

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  11. just made this and going to t4 on the beach tomorrow, yaaaay!xx

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  12. this looks awesome :)

    http://studsanddreams.blogspot.co.uk/

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  13. W...what is festival season?

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  14. This is nice idea and very clever.And also no side effects in here.Because we only preparing this.Very ease to prepare in home itself.Thanks a lot for a great idea..


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