- Sephora Glitter Eyeliner and Mascara ($14 at Sephora) has a wand that holds a mascara brush as well as a lining tool to give you the perfect 2-in-1 product for super sparkly eyes. Try all 11 shades!
- Bobbi Brown Sparkle Eyeshadows ($32 at Sephora) are pressed, pigmented eyeshadows. Or if you prefer, the Too Faced Glamour Dust Glitter Pigment ($17 at Sephora) are a loose powder that come in four sheerer shades that can be worn alone or as an overcoat that enhances the color of and adds sparkle to your regular eyeshadow.
- Too Faced Shadow Insurance Glitter Glue Eye Shadow Primer ($20 at Ulta) is a shadow primer that is designed specifically for locking down glittery shadows so that sparkles don't fly onto your cheeks every time you blink.
- Nails Inc. Special Effects 3D Glitter Nail Polish ($5 at Sephora) adds glitter and texture for a really cool 3-D effect...all while giving you full color coverage.
- Sephora Glossy Gloss Galore ($7 at Sephora) comes in a varietyof sophisticated shades that moisturize lips and gives you long-lasting glittery pout.
- Bobbi Brown Lip Color Shimmer Finish ($25 in department store) if you're more of a lipstick person.
- NARS Super Orgasm Blush ($20 at Sephora) is a natural-looking deep pink shade that adds subtle sparkle to your cheeks. NARS blushes are generally a fan favorite, and this product is no exception.
- Make Up For Ever Diamond Powder ($25 at Sephora) is the perfect translucent, super sparkly highlighter to instantly illuminate your complexion. Dust it on the cheekbones and under the brows, the high points of the face where the light hits.
- Avon Rare Pearls Shimmering Body Powder ($6 on avon.com) can be applied to the entire body to add a soft sparkly glow. Plus, it smells wonderful!
- Jerome Russell B Wild Hair & Body Glitter Spray ($5.50 at Walgreens) in your hair will top off the glittery look. You can also spritz it on your body if you prefer a spray rather than a body powder formula.
I wouldn't recommend using all of these products at the same time...it may turn into a blinding glitter overload! Stick to using one or two of these products at once. I like to limit glitter to the eyes and lips. A little sparkle helps highlight those features without being overwhelming. And many sparkly products aren't the healthiest. For example, it's super tough to find a glitter powder that is free of bismuth oxychloride. But for those appropriate occasions, glitter is a really fun way to spice up your look!