Too Faced Shadow Insurance Glitter Glue
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Shadow Insurance Glitter Glue

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Shadow Insurance Glitter Glue - An extension to the shadow insurance eyeshadow primer family, Glitter Glue is a colorless formula that is designed to grab and hold loose glitters, pigments, and shimmers in desired areas, ensuring they won’t come off until you take it off.
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Water/Aqua/Eau, Beeswax/Cera Alba/Cire d’abeille, Glycerin, Acrylates Copolymer, Jojoba Esters, PVP, Silica, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Tribehenin, Sorbitan Sesquioleate, Stearic Acid, Phenoxyethanol, Triethanolamine, Propylene Glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Tocopherol, Mica, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491).
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Nicole R.
Awesome!

I experimented with this product when it first came out, with the Too Faced Glamour Dust (which are BEAUTIFUL by the way) and it worked great. It's almost as if there was some magnetic force pulling the glitters to only where I placed the glue.

It's consistency is similar to that of the Shadow Insurance and it dries pretty quickly so you'll want to have your materials laid out and ready to go. The product lasted all day for me (put it on at around noon, worked all day, went out that night, and took it off at 3 am) and looked exactly the same.

I want to try this with gems, rhinestones, feathers, etc on the face to see if it will hold up like eyelash glue would. I think it would make a great substitute, but I haven't tested it yet. It really does make the glitter POP and STICK to wherever you put it. Thank you Too Faced!

Thanks Beautylish for making a page for this product!

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May 10, 2011

Amanda K.

so you use it while its still wet?

and have you ever used it over top of another base colour, like a paint pot then a powder shadow THEN the glitter glue and glitter?

Nicole R.

May 10, 2011

Nicole R.

Hey Amanda,
Yes you have to use it while it's wet to allow the glitter to adhere and dry on to the lid. I have used it on top of a finished eye look (paint pot, eyeshadow, liner). It will work with or without any shadow primer, eyeshadow, liner, etc. underneath it.

May 13, 2011

Amanda K.

perfect, thats exactly what i wanted to know, if it worked on top of eyeshadow =] and it still looked pretty?

Nicole R.

May 24, 2011

Nicole R.

Have you had the chance to try it? What do you think?

Wafi A.
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Skin: Dark; Dry, Sensitive, Combination

Hair: Black; Normal

So cool!

I know L.A. Splash has something similar, but I love this stuff. It doesn't feel heavy. I was terrified it would be like glue on my eyes, but it's not.

It does hold their new glitter too! The best application I find is with my fingers. I put a little on my fingers and tap gently until it's a bit tacky. This is so I don't accidentally put too much!

It also comes off easily with eye makeup remover. I was very impressed with this product.

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Robin M.
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Eyes: Blue

Skin: Medium; Normal

Hair: Brown; Normal

I experiment a lot with glues and pigments/glitters. (If you guys watch my nail art tutorials you are all laughing right now) and this is really a great glue for loose pigment and glitters for the eyes. it holds larger cuts of glitter too. I have been practicing behind the scenes and always experimenting and this is a really great product that I am reaching for more and more when I am testing out makeup ideas. Thank you beautylish for introducing me to new and interesting primers and glues. You rock.

My love,
Robin Moses
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Makeupartbybrekal i.
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Eyes: Blue

Skin: Medium; Combination

Hair: Black; Fine

You have glitter? You NEED Glitter Glue

I'm a pro MUA, and sometimes my clients just need a super sparkly look. Before owning my Glitter Glue, trying to put sparkles on people's faces made a MESS and the glitter would always fall on their cheeks and not look all too nice, clumping in some areas, and not applying at all in others. I take a smidge of Too Faced Glitter Glue, and with a small brush I mix it with the glitter on a palette or tray and then apply it to the lid. It STAYS! And there is NO fallout. It applies evenly and allows for all the glamour of a glittery eye without the mess that usually comes along with it!

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Saw this product featured in a YouTube video sometime last year and thought I'd give it a try. Initially the girl using it was using it as it's intended- for applying glitter! Since I'm not that big of a loose glitter fan, I thought I'd try it out for something else....I'm so glad I did. For over a year now, I've been using Too Faced's Glitter Glue as my eye shadow primer- and it works brilliantly! Before, I was using the shadow insurance, which also worked- but I just find the glitter glue to have a stronger hold and surprisingly works really well with plain ol eye shadows. I'm almost out of my current tube, so it's time to buy more. I really love this product and hope it doesn't go away. Again, can't say how much I love the fact that although it's marketed for glitter, it works just as well as a primer! Who woulda thought?

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Angela s.
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Skin: Fair-Medium; Combination

Hair: Brown; Fine

Love

Ok so I love glitter and love to wear it whenever I can. This product got alot of use this past holiday season. I really like it because it held the glitter in place all day, and I didnt have alot of fallout like I use to get before I started to use this product. Also a little bit goes a long way you dont need alot for a good result.

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Valencia F.
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Glitzy

Although glitter can be a pain, there is no other way to avoid getting it all over the place. This will keep your glitter on the eyes if used correctly. I have used other products and none works quite like this! For about $20, a little bit of Glitter Insurance can take you a long way. I suggest using a damp brush with water to apply the glitter. Make sure to use very small amounts of glitter to reduce fallout until the area is completely covered with your favorite shade.

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I love high glitter sparkly eyes but always feel disappointed when the glitter comes off throughout the day/night, even tho I use primer. I have used other glitter glues and found they are rubbish, however absolutely LOVE shadow ins glitter glue, my glitter shadow/pigment stays put ALL DAY/NIGHT and you only need a small amount, extremely worth the pennies!! 💜

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Awsomeness!!!

I love glitter! And I have been searching for the perfect adhesive(enter shadow insurance glitter glue) I use this with a silicone brush and there is never any fall out and my glitter stays in place all day or night! I already love original shadow insurance, so hats off to too faced for this awsome product!

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Georgeanna H.
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Skin: Fair; Dry

Hair: Auburn; Dry

Good product that's easier to find than some of the ones YT gurus might recommend

I live in South Korea, where you can't find a MAC pro store (to get their liquid which is used for adhering loose pigments) and unless I have a friend who can ship it to me, I couldn't get Lit Cosmetics highly praised glitter adhesive either..
But~ in Asia, you can find Two Faced sellers (say, Sephora in certain countries), which means I can find this!

That aside, I like it, it does what it claims to do, and I appreciate it. Thanks, Two Faced! Keep up the good work

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