I’m sure many of you are familiar with pressed glitter palettes
and single pans. If you’re in the beauty community and you love
DIY projects this is a must for you! I have read several different
methods of making your own Pressed Glitters
To be clear this is the how I made my pressed glitters, and I don’t
consider this a tutorial. I am simply documenting my first experience
I had ordered a mixing tray and batch of isopropyl alcohol for this DIY and
it was apparently lost in the mail during my move/change of address.
Therefore, I had to improvise on a couple things.
to mix the glitter together to make the specific colour that I want. I
have my palette, empty pans, mixing bowl, syringe (no needle
necessary), Coconut Oil, Aloe Vera Gel, Assorted glitter, tooth picks
and a Citrus note based Perfume (80% Alcohol).
using the syringe to suck it up and plunge it repeatedly until the solution
is a cloudy colour.
of the solution (I filled the pan with solution before hand).
few while mixing if it seemed a bit clumpy/dry. I put the pans in
the palette, and the palette went into the refrigerator for 24 hours.
Here are the results