Kylie Cosmetics Lip Kits – Review and lip swatches! :D

Hi lovelies! ❤

In this video I swatch 11 of the Kylie Cosmetics lip kits, together with my awesome friend Chioma! I hope it’s helpful! 😀

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Have a wonderful week! ❤

GlitterGirlC 🙂

Makeup Tutorial and Mini review – Sugarpill Sparkle Baby palette

Hi cuties! ❤ For this look I’ve used all the eyeshadows in the Sugarpill Sparkle Baby palette! 😀 It’s such a beautiful palette and I talk a little bit about it in the video, below! 😉 I hope you like the look! Sugarpill Sparkle Baby makeup Sugarpill Sparkle Baby makeup Video Tutorial:   Products used:

Sugarpill Sparkle Baby Palette Makeup look Swatches of the shadows: Sugarpill Sparkle Baby Swatches Have an awesome weekend! 😀 GlitterGirlC 🙂

Review – Makeup Geek Pigments :D

Hi lovelies! ❤

This will be a review on 14 of Makeup Geek’s pigments! I’ll tell you my thoughts on these and show you some swatches! 😀

Makeup Geek pigments


makeup geek pigments swatches one

  • Blitz is a medium, redish brown with tiny, lighter brown/coppery sparkles in it.
  • Utopia is my favorite out of these pigments! It’s hard to describe the color of this one, but I would say it’s a glittery brown gold; a brown and gold duochrome. It is so intense and gorgeous! You can’t apply this on it’s own, cuz there will be fall out everywhere. So use a glitter glue before applying it or mix it with a mixing medium. In the picture, I’ve mixed it with the Illamasqua sealing gel. I know Inglot and Elf has mixing mediums as well and you can also use MAC Fix+.
  • Vegas Lights is my second favorite out of the bunch! This is the perfect, vibrant copper shade! In the picture I’ve swatched it dry, but this one will also look amazing when mixed with a mixing medium, (check out the Pocahontas look below, where I’ve used it wet, as a liner). It reminds me of a copper glitter that I have, so this is a shadow that is just as intense as a glitter! Amazing!
  • Liquid Gold is a super stunning, metallic gold shadow! When I look at it I think of old aztec gold. It has a green undertone which I think makes it perfect for an Egyptian or Arabic makeup look! This pigment is also beautiful when used wet, so definitely experiment a bit with these pigments to see if you like them best wet or dry!

makeup geek pigments swatches two

  • Paparazzi is a dark, smokey grey with lots of silver sparkles.
  • Birthday Wish is a beautiful peachy brown with tiny flecks of gold in it.
  • Kryptonite is a dark moss green, metallic shade, with gold sparkles.
  • Insomnia is a very unique shade! It’s a blue and brown duochrome. Normally it looks brown, but when the sun hits it, you can see a gorgeous blue sheen!

makeup geek pigments swatches three

  • Prince Charming is a metallic, shimmery grey shade, with a cold blue undertone.
  • Nightlife is a rose gold, brown shadow with tiny copper and gold sparkles in it.
  • Enchanted is a very pretty, dark plum eyeshadow with light pink sparkles.

makeup geek pigments swatches four

  • New Years Eve is a peachy nude with lots of gold glitters. It is the one that makes the most glittery fallout, but applied carefully, it will look gorgeous on the lid or as an inner corner highlight.
  • Sweet Dreams is a pinkish nude color, with slight shimmer to it. I would use this on the lid, for an everyday look.
  • Afterglow is a gorgeous champagne shade! It is similar to Sweet Dreams, but a lot more shimmery. So I would use Sweet Dreams on the lid for a daytime look and then pack this shade on top to make it into a night-time look! 😉

Some of my looks using these pigments:

Peacock makeup

In this Peacock look, I used Nightlife wet, to draw the brown parts of the “feathers”.

mulan makeup

Here I used Enchanted wet, as a liner. I also mixed in a tiny bit of a brighter pink.

Pocahontas makeup

In this Pocahontas inspired look, I’m using Vegas Lights as a liner.

Indian bridal makeup

In this look, I’m using Liquid Gold at the inner part of the lid and the lower lash line.

bridal makeup

On the lid here, I’ve used Afterglow. Look at that shine! 😀

Prom MakeupIn this look I’ve used Paparazzi all over the lid and Utopia to the center of the lid. At the inner corner of the eye, I’ve used Afterglow.

My overall thoughts on these pigments, is that they are so silky smooth (the softest pigments I’ve tried), easy to apply, and super pigmented! They look amazing both dry and wet, and I love using a lot of them wet, to create vibrant liners. ❤

It’s a bit messy to open and close the jars because they don’t have a sifter. But Marlena, the owner, has said that they are planning on adding sifters! 😀 You can also buy sifters on their website, to add to these jars! Also, New Years Eve and Utopia (dry) will give you some fall out, but the rest of them wont! But with all pigments and loose shadows, you should tap off the excess of your brush and pack the color on carefully, to avoid fall out!

The pigments are cuelty free, talc free and made in USA. Each pigment contains 1,4g/ 0,05oz of product and costs $6,99. I think that is a good price for the amazing quality of these shadows! 🙂 Makeup Geek ships worldwide and you can get their pigments, HERE 😀

I hope this review was helpful to you! ❤

GlitterGirlC 🙂

Review: Lunatick Cosmetic Labs AlieNEON Palette!

Hi lovelies! ❤

This will be a review on the Lunatick Cosmetic Labs‘ SFX palette, called  AlieNEON! 😀

The palette consists of 12 gorgeous neon eyeshadows and a cute, round mirror!

lunatick cosmetick labs

Swatches of the eyeshadows: 

lunatick swatches 1

Here you can see a peach, an orange, a coral and a red! ^-^

lunatick swatches 2

Here you have a hot pink, a fuchsia, a purply blue and a blue! ❤

lunatick swatches 3

Yellow, green, white and black! 😀

The eyeshadows in this palette are super stunning!!! Well, you probably know that I love bright, neon colors, so it may not come as a shock! 😀 All of these shadows have a lot of glitter in them, which stay quite well on the eye! To make the most of the glitter stay, use a glitter glue as a base! 😉 The colors are pigmented and vibrant, but a bit powdery, so use an eye primer and a white base to make them smooth and pop! 😀

I love that this palette has the main neon colors, like yellow, green, orange and hot pink! But also that it has some very unique neons, like the coral, peach and fuchsia! ❤ I’m in LOVE with that fuchsia color! I’ve been looking for a shade like that for SO long, so this one has definitely been placed in my “top favorite eyeshadows”- list! 😉

Some of these colors are uv/blacklight responsive, but I haven’t been able to test out which ones those are. An other thing I thought I’d let you know, is that FDA has not tested or approved neon shadows to be use around the eye area, in USA. In EU they’re approved and safe to use. So, you use these at your own risk. I have sensitive eyes and neon pigments works great on my eyes! I’ve never had any problems using them! 🙂

The AlieNEON palette costs $45 and you can get it, HERE!

The dark blue and the pink shadow, contain 1,3g of product, each.

The rest of the shadows, each contain 0,95g.

An other thing I love about this palette, is that the shadows are cruelty free, talc free and vegan! ❤

Here are some looks that I’ve done, using the palette:

Neon lunatick look CANDY

Here, I used the yellow, orange and hot pink on the lid and lower lash line, and the purply blue in the crease! I also used the white shadow.

Anna frozen makeup

In this “Frozen Anna” look, I used the fuchsia color at the inner 2/3 of the lid!

neon lunatick makeup look

For this look, I used the yellow, orange and pink in the crease. I used the purply blue at the inner and outer part of the lid, with a glitter glue as a base to make the glitter pop! 😀

lunatick review

Here I used the fuchsia again, all over the lid! ❤

Now, I’m also going to show you a swatch of their lipstick in “Tainted Temptress”!

On the left you can see how it looks when I use a lot of product, and on the right when I only use a tiny bit! 🙂

Tainted Temptress

This is a super gorgeous, very pigmented, blackened berry lipgloss! I love berry lippies, and this one is no exception! ❤ It is so smooth and it doesn’t feel sticky at all on the lips! It feathers a bit, so use a lip liner before applying it! ^-^

lunatick look

On the left I’m wearing the lipgloss and on the right I’ve removed it, but I’m left with a beautiful pink stain that will last a long time! So you kind of get 2 different colors with this gloss, hehe! 😉 On my eyes, I’m using the fuchsia and the black from the palette!

The lipgloss contains 4g of product and costs $9, and you can get it HERE!

I hope this review was helpful to you lovelies! ❤

Have a great day!

GlitterGirlC 🙂

Review: The Body Needs! :D

Hi sweeties! ❤

This will be a review on the makeup company The Body Needs! 😀

They sell cruelty free, good quality and mineral products, such as both pressed and loose eyeshadows, lipsticks, glitters, rhinestones, blushes, concealers, brush cleansers and mixing medium! They also offer sample sizes of selected MAC products for those who want to try before investing in the full sized product! ^-^

The Body Needs

I will mainly focus on The Body Needs’ eyeshadows, lippies, blushes and glitters today!

Eyeshadow swatches: 

The Body Needs swatches

  • Tangerine: A light. shimmery peach.
  • Lemon Drop: Shimmery, bright yellow.
  • Raspberry Pink: Vibrant, shiny pink with a blue undertone.
  • Green Apple: A very pretty, shimmery apple green/ mint.

TBN Eyeshadows 2

  • Strawberry: Just as bright as Raspberry Pink and similar to it, but it’s a bit more coral.
  • Grape Soda: Shiny lilac shadow.
  • Blueberry: A gorgeous, shimmery, medium blue.
  • Atlantis: Vibrant, shimmery yellow, with a hint of lime.

TBN Eyeshadows 3

  • Juniper: A dark blue, with turquoise sparkles.
  • Aztec Yellow: A matte, darker yellow.
  • Sparkles Copper: A very sparkly, beautiful copper color.
  • Smoked Copper: A shimmery silver with flecks of copper in it.

The Body Needs Eyeshadows 4

  • Patina: Beautiful military green, with gold shimmer.
  • Russa: Such a gorgeous deep cranberry color, with lots of pink sparkles.
  • Blackened Violet: A dark, almost black violet with lots on violet flecks in it.
  • Blackened Turquoise: An amazing, sparkly, dark forrest green.

TBN Eyeshadows 5

  • Shamrock: Green with a beautiful sheen to it.
  • Helitrope: Shiny fuchsia color, with a blue undertone.
  • Autumn: A matte, dark shocolate colored shadow.

My thoughts on the eyeshadows, are that they are all very soft and easy to apply. They are super vibrant and blend easily! As with all other loose eyeshadows, you should tap off the extra shadow from your brush before applying them, so that you get the least amount of fall out! I have nothing bad to say about these! They are mineral which is great for people with sensitive eyes and the colors are gorgeous! 😀

The Body Needs ship worldwide, and you can get the pressed eyeshadows, HERE!

One pan of pressed shadow consists of 2g / 0,07oz of product and costs $3,99.

You can check out their loose eyeshadows HERE!

A 5g jar costs $1,99 and a 10g jar costs $3,79.

Now, over to the lipsticks/ lip lusters.

TBN lipsticks

  • Funky Ladybug: A true red color.
  • Cloyingly Coral: An orange coral.
  • Tender Kiss: A pinkish coral.
  • Girl Power: Light pink lippie.
  • Rumors: A fuchsia color.

I love these lip lusters! They are so soft, pigmented and they don’t bleed. Tender Kiss, Rumors and Cloyingly Coral smell like delicious strawberries! ❤ The only negative thing I have to say about these, is that it’s hard to twist the lippie down when you’ve twisted it up. So, be careful not to twist it too much right away! 😉

Each lip luster consists of 4g / 0,14oz and costs $2,79. You can buy them, HERE!

Glitter swatches: 

TBN Glitters

  • Holo-Pink: Gorgeous pink glitter, with lots of multicolored sparkles in it.
  • Purple Duochrome: Blue and purple duochrome glitter.
  • Rock Star: Orange glitter with yellow sparkles.

These are all very fine, eye safe glitters which cover very well! I love the colors and the texture of these!

Get them, HERE!

A 5g jar costs $1,99 and a 10g jar costs $3,79.


TBN Blushes

  • Sinful: Peachy pink with gold shimmer.
  • Lola: A nude corally color, with a tiny bit of sprakles in it.

These two blushes are gorgeous. Sinful is very light and sparkly. It’s a bit too glittery for an everyday look, but for a party, it’s perfedt! Lola leaves more of a matte finish, but you can see some shiny sparkles in it. I love that they are both buildable, so you can get the intensity you want!

You can find the blushes in the store, HERE!

Each jar contains 1,5g / 0,05oz of product and costs $2,99.

In conclusion, I think The Body Needs have a large variaty of good quality products to an affordable price! The eyeshadows are so gorgeous, the lippies are smooth and smell delicious, their glitters are beautiful and eye safe, and their blushes look amazing! 😀

Here are some looks I’ve done, using their shadows and glitters:

blue glittery prom look

Here I used “Blueberry” to blend out the darker blue in the crease.

Spring makeup look

In this look I used their eyeshadows in Strawberry (the red), Tangerine (the orange), Lemon Drop (the yellow) and Green Apple (minty green). I also used their glitter in Rock Star, in the crease.


I used TBN eyeshadows in Atlantis (inner part of the lid), Green Apple (middle of the lid), Blackened Turquoise (outer part of the lid), Shamrock (blending color in the crease), Blueberry (inner 2/3 of the lower lash line), Juniper (outer 1/3 of the lower lash line). I also used their glitter in Purple Duochrome on the lower lash line.

St. Davids day makeup look

In this St. Davids’s day inspired look, I used their yellow eyeshadow Lemon Drop as a lid color and the green color Shamrock at the inner part of the cut crease!

I hope this review helped you out, lovelies! ❤

GlitterGirlC 🙂

Review: Star Crushed Minerals

Hi sweethearts! ❤

This will be a review of the makeup company Star Crushed Minerals, which sells mineral eyeshadows, mineral foundations, mineral blushes, glitters and nail polishes! 😀

In this review I will focus on the eyeshadows, which I’ve been trying out this fall and winter! You might have seen me doing some looks using these shadows, but if you haven’t, you can check them out below! 😉

star crushed minerals

I love the fact that the eyeshadows are mineral shadows, because that makes them a lot better too use on sensitive eyes! They are also cruelty free and free of parabens, sulfates, petrochemicals, talc, cornstarch, bismuth oxvchloride, fragrance and chemicals! 😀 An other awesome thing is that the shadows are preservative free, which means that they will not go bad!

All of the eyeshadows are hand blended by the owner! I should also mention that she makes the shadows when the orders come in, so it might take 5 – 7 business days to recieve the package. ^-^

Now on to some swatches! 😀

SCM Swatches 1

Deep Ocean Blue: This is an absolutely stunning blue, with lots of tiny turquoise sparkles in it, which give it that ocean blue feeling!

Electric Lime: This is a gorgeous, shimmery lime shadow!

Purple People Eater: A deep purple with red sparkles! The sparkles in these eyeshadows doesn’t show very well in the picture above, but they are definitely showing in real life! 😀

Candy Apple Red: This is a very vibrant, shimmery, true red!

Yellow Brick Road: This yellow is shimmery, bright and beautiful!

SCM Swatches 2

Superman: The swatch does definitely not give this gorgeous blue justice! It is a deep blue, with lots of amazing purple sparkles! It is the perfect dupe to Sugarpill’s Electro Cute pigment in Hellatronic! 😉

Coral Pink: A pinkish coral shadow, with yellow sparkles!

Purple Lily: A shimmery, lovely warm purple!

Milkyway: This is a dark brown, almost black color with some gorgeous multi- colored glitters!

Shooting Star: A shimmery, ice white, which is beautiful to use at the inner corner of the eye!

SCM Swatches 3

Emerald City: A moss green, with lots of multi- colored sparkles!

Lucky Penny: A very pretty, shimmery mustard yellow!

Black Garnet: This deep burgandy is incredible! I wish you could see the amazing red sheen it has in real life!

Lavender Star: A lovely, light lavender, with a shimmery finish!

Black Amethyst: This is a shimmery, deep purple eyeshadow!

SCM Swatches 4

California Poppy: A shimmery, pumpkin orange!

Magenta: This is a matte, magenta color!

Black Sapphire: A gorgeous dark green, with lots of blue sparkles!

White Bronze: Shimmery white, with a beautiful pink sheen to it!

Deep Cranberry: This shadow is a shimmery cranberry!

SCM Swatches 5

Fire Opal Black: This black eyeshadow has a very pretty purple sheen to it, which you can’t see from the swatch!

Avocado: A shimmery, true avocado color!

Chocolate Cupcake: A dark brown with some beautiful multi- colored sparkles!

Golden Mustard: This is a lot lighter, mustard colored shadow, than Lucky Penny! It is very sparkly as well!

Golden Rose: A very pretty, glittery baby pink!

My overall thoughts about these shadows, are that they’re very soft, pigmented, easy to use and blend, vibrant and simply gorgeous! I wish the pictures could show the beautiful sparkles better! Most of the sparkle stays on the lid, which I think is great! To get all the glitter to stay, you can use a glitter adhesive before applying the shadow!

These are loose eyeshadows, so you will get a little bit of fall out! Tap off the excess from your brush and apply a small amount at a time, to prevent most of it!

Some of my looks using Star Crushed Minerals:

Green Smokey Eye:

Green Smokey eye

Green Smokey eye

Here I used Avocado at the highest part of the crease, Emerald City directly into the crease, Black Sapphire on the lid, Fire Opal Black on the waterline and White Bronze at the inner corner of the eye.

Cranberry Smokey Eye:

Cranberry smokey eye

Cranerry smokey eye

In this look I used Deep Cranberry in the crease, Black Garnet on the lid, Lucky Penny at the inner corner of the eye and Black Sapphire on the lower lash line.

Blue and lime look:

Blue and lime makeup

Blue and lime makeup look

Here I used Deep Ocean Blue at the inner lid, Superman at the outer lid, Shooting Star at the inner corner of the eye, Electric Lime on the lower lash line and Milkyway as a liner, (mixed with a mixing medium).

The price of the eyeshadows depends of the quantity you want to buy:

0,5g of product cost $2,5, 1g cost $5 and 2,5g cost $10.

You save the most on the 2,5g jars. I would recommend buying the 0,5g jars first to test out the colors, and if you find ones you really love, you can buy a 2,5g jar! 😉

Star Crushed Minerals ship worldwide! Check out their store, HERE! 😀

I hope this review was helpful to you lovelies! ❤

GlitterGirlC 🙂