The NYX Glitterati Glitter Cream Palette consists of 21 glittery, cream colors. I got this palette from my fiance, last Christmas, and I’ve used a lot of it this past year! <3 I was a little dissapointed at first, because I thought the glitter would appear more vibrant on my lid. But I don’t think these creams are suppose to be used alone! They only appear chunky and crease that way. What I use the creams for, is as a base for loose glitter! I use them as a base on my lid, brow, lips and if I want to use glitter as my liner. But you can use these colors anywhere you want to place loose glitter! :D
I often get questions about this palette and how I use it, so I thought I’d show you in pictures how I create glitter eyebrows. An important thing to remember when applying this as a glitter base, is to only apply a thin layer of it! This will prevent the glitter on top of it from creasing. :) I also use the creams in the same color as the loose glitter I’m using.
Here’s the tutorial on how I do the brows:
Apply eyeshadows to the brows, in the same colors as the glitters you’re going to place on top. This will make everything look more compound, even if there’s a few places the glitter doesn’t cover. I thought blue and green would be a cool combination! ^-^
With a small, angled brush start applying the darkest green glitter cream on the inner part of the brow. Then use the lightest blue color in the middle and the darkest on the outer corner. Blend these colors slightly together.
Use the same angled brush to apply the loose glitter over the glitter creams. Apply it carefully to prevent a lot of fallouts and take your time! If there is any fallout and you want to sharpen the edges, use a piece of tape to pick up the glitter and to fix the brow shape. In the end, go over with a q-tip with makeup remover. Now you’re all done and can start applying your eye makeup! :D
I absolutely love this palette and I’m glad I got it, because now I can’t live without it! I’m too in love with glitter, lol! ;)
You can find the palette here :)
I hope this review and tutorial was helpful!