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Glitter Lips: Wicked



Top o' the mornin' to you guys,

I don't know why I'm suddenly so fascinated by glitter lips; I just get so happy when they work out  and there is minimal glitter spillage.




These follow on from the 'Wizard of Oz' and the musicals theme. As the post title suggests these lips were inspired by 'Wicked', and more specifically Elphaba. If you've never seen or heard of 'Wicked' before, it's basically the prequel to the 'Wizard of Oz' and how the wicked witch became who she was. The emerald glitter is reminiscent of her skin colour.


Same process as with the other set. The only difference is that the lipstick used was Rimmel Kate Moss #113, which is a beige colour, and the glitter was a fine emerald green. The glitter 
came from a set of off eBay for only a couple of pounds, which I originally bought for my nail art.


I'm think these would also be especially amazing at Halloween, like the previous ruby slipper ones.


Louise x x

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