Including riffs on the classic red lip, metallic everything and museum-worthy hairstyles.
All that glitters is...sold?
The brand, cheekily called "Coverboy," consists of lashes, lipsticks and glitter.
"Drag queens and people, they want the same thing: We all want products that work well, that are priced well and are fun to apply."
It's a multi-tasker that makes me look more awake, so of course I'm hooked.
Just a little shine to hold you until the weekend.
Particularly if you're concerned about your own skin health — or the environment. (Or both!)
Introducing Glossier Play.
Including bejeweled makeup, low ponytails, voluminous hairstyles, glitter nails and inventive eyeliner shapes.
It me, your friend who is obsessed with sparkle.
Runway hair and makeup drew from materials like foil, rhinestones, gold leaf, fine pigments — and, of course, straight-up craft glitter.
Gloom plus fashion apparently equals glitter.
Meanwhile, Bella had some fun with leopard print.
Also new: A "Fairy Bomb," or a makeup pouf stuffed with highlighter that can be dusted just about anywhere.
Few people could pull off powder-blue Gucci this well.
Has this man ever worn a bad suit?
Next time you spill something sparkly in your makeup bag, just go with it.
They're as mesmerizing as they sound.
There's nothing subtle going on here.
This trend is still going strong.