Inspiration: The Gypsy Shrine

Basically every viral glitter video is from Gypsy Shrine. All worship the glitter. Doesn’t seem very eco-friendly though, but I haven’t actually ordered any of their products – they just remind me that there is no such thing as too much sparkle or two many boobs, a philosophy I have taken very seriously. Maybe I’ll find eco-friendly ways to imitate them! I’m transitioning to biodegradable glitter as my many (pounds) of old glitter are used up. I’m doing major bio-glitter research – I will do a comparison post at some point.

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Inspiration: Kim van Nieuwaal

I just discovered Kim van Nieuwaal! It was her glitter lips and glitter eyes that first caught my attention – there aren’t too many face painters that have such a memorable style. I love her work and once again – there is no such thing as too much glitter.