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lila22

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Has anyone tried the bio glitters as I was wanting to buy a silver to go on over a colour or on its own just I have heard there not great? Any advice be great thanks x x
 

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Hiya I use bio at my salon but don't bother with the glitter gels I just make my own get some glitter dip your brush in clear gel then in glitter it works like a treat :)
 

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Hiya I use bio at my salon but don't bother with the glitter gels I just make my own get some glitter dip your brush in clear gel then in glitter it works like a treat :)
Ditto for me! .. I buy loose glitters from craft shops or Biosculpture or Sally's.. And long as they're very fine and very sparkly! Experiment.. You can use this technique to make a solid 'dense' effect .. Or just to add a bit of sparkle over a colour gel! Fun!
Having said that.. We do find No. 63 is very popular with clients... Xx
(...now get back on DrawSomething OceanGirl!!) ;)
 

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Ah thanks girls will give it a go :) x x
 

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With so many different glitter options available, it's far easier to make your own or brush on with a dab of clear gel.
 

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