Need help applying your Glitter Lips? Here are step by step instructions and tips from the Pros to help you out. Follow the instructions below.

 

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Application Techniques

Three easy steps to Glitter Lips

1.Apply a thin coat of the gloss bond to clean, dry lips, carefully following the lip line. Doing just one lip at a time may help to begin with.

Keep lips parted, allow the gloss to turn from white to clear.

2.Slightly dampen the pad end of the applicator with water, squeezing out any excess. This helps to “pick up” the glitter and reduce waste. Dab the glitter over the gloss bond, ensuring a good, even coat.

Check for any sticky patches (by gently patting with their finger over the glitter) and apply more glitter to those areas should it be required.

3.Using the brush end of the applicator, dust of the excess glitter and you’re ready to go!

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Removal Techniques

To remove glitter lips, we recommend using an oil based make-up remover as it is kinder to the lips.

Soak a cotton disc in the remover and press this on to the lips and hold for 20-30 seconds, this allows the oil to penetrate the glitter and gloss bond, then gently rub in a circular motion for easy removal.

You can also use baby wipes, but this requires a little more rubbing and may irritate the lips.

Moisturise lips well afterwards.
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UPDATED Glitter Lips Leaflet Back July 2015

Please note

Although the gloss bond is water based, we do recommend a skin allergy test be carried out 24 hours prior to use.
Excessive use can cause dry lips.
Not for consumption.
Not to be used on cracked or sore skin.
This product can be used on children aged 3+ but MUST be applied by an adult. When storing Glitter Lips, please ensure it is kept out of reach of children.
Store in a cool dry area, away from direct sunlight.

Warning

Discontinue use if skin irritation develops or increases. If irritation persists, consult a health care practitioner.