It’s Beautiful To Shine On These Parts Of The Body, Right? But Whoever Uses It Knows That It’s a Challenge To Take It All Away.
Before you desperately try to get water and other products out of the glitter, use an adhesive tape. It may seem strange, but it works. Wrap a few pieces of the tape on your finger and tap a few strokes on the face to remove the thick.
Like all stubborn makeup, the glitter sticks to the skin in a terrible way. The oil is one of the best products to remove it, because its consistency causes the glide to slide on the skin. Put a bit on a cotton swab in the areas of the face.
You passed glitter on a few strands of hair and when you got home your root was all shining. Rather than pulling wire by yarn and ruining hair, wipe a little spray on a paper towel and thread it through your hair. The laquê has a slightly sticky consistency and will help remove the shine.
Just like on the skin, the oil in the hair helps to take away what is harder to leave. You can use any one of your preference like coconut oil or even olive oil. Put it in your hair and let it act for about 10 minutes. Then, pass the shampoo and wash normally.
Another weird trick that will save you from having the hardest job to take off the nail polish. After applying the base normally before painting the nails, pass a layer of liquid white glue dissolved in water and then pass the glitter. This will make it possible to remove the enamel as if it were an adhesive layer.