DIY Unicorn Body Glitter for Summer Festivals & Parties!
Learn how to make your own DIY unicorn body glitter to wear to summer festivals and parties! Probably one of the easiest things you’ll make this year, this super sparkly unicorn body glitter is made with a combination of iridescent fine rainbow colored glitter and tiny heart & star spangles.
DIY Unicorn Body Glitter
What makes this DIY unicorn body glitter so easy? Well, it only requires you purchase a single product! You’ll just need to buy this Sulyn Sugar Sparkle Mixed Spangle Sample Pack.
Then, to make your DIY unicorn body glitter, simply open and combine each package of the glitter and spangles from this sample pack.
Mix all of the glitter and spangles together in a 30 mL cosmetic jar. And that’s it! To use your unicorn body glitter, apply as desired using your favorite glitter primer or eyelash glue for heavier glitter applications. You can also mix it with a small amount of the glitter with aloe vera gel and apply it like a lotion for widespread glitter application.
While this glitter is non-toxic, it’s important to note that this is not a cosmetic glitter and therefore it should not be used on lips and eyes. Instead, stick to applying this DIY unicorn body glitter to your body and hair. (Don’t want to make it? You can shop for pre-made cosmetic unicorn glitter mixes on Etsy here.)
As this glitter is larger than cosmetic glitter, it can cause damage if used around eyes or on eyelids. So while this DIY unicorn body glitter may look fabulous on your face, it’s not worth the risk of getting glitter in your eyes! (I got a speck of glitter in my eye on accident in the midst of painting and applying glitter to unicorns and it actually tore my contact lens.)
A safer alternative to using chunky glitters around your eyes are temporary tattoos. I love the Mr. Kate Confetti BeautyMarks.
All of the confetti designs are made from actual photographs of sprinkled confetti for a realistic look. In addition they are arranged in big and small metallic flakes so you can let your personal creativity shine through. Simply apply the metallic confetti designs the same way you would temporary tattoos then remove at any time with body oil.
I’m also a fan of the Mr. Kate Watercolor BeautyMarks!
For more unicorn inspired projects, also check out my blog posts for throwing a unicorn party, as well as how to make a shimmering unicorn body balm, unicorn macaron soaps, and a shimmery unicorn inspired rainbow moldable sugar scrub!
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