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Too Faced Glitter Glaze Sparkling Shadow Top Coat

What it is: A sparkling shadow top coat that comes in versatile, shimmering shades. What it does: Get noticed with Glitter Glaze, a sparkling top coat that can be worn two ways. The starry-eyed formula adheres on contact and dries instantly, so it can be layered over your favorite shadow for a brilliant flash of metallic color or worn alone for an intense, eye-catching shimmer. What it is formulated WITHOUT: - Parabens What else you need to know: These glamorous glitters are 100 percent cruelty free.
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Questions & Answers for Too Faced Glitter Glaze Sparkling Shadow Top Coat

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Does it sting your eye lids?
asked 11 months ago
canne1
on Glitter Glaze Sparkling Shadow Top Coat
3 answers
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answer 1
Not at all. It's a soft creamy texture. I even used it in the inner corner of my eye and did not have any irritation.
answered 9 months ago
Nannerbeanz
(Twin Cities, MN)
answer 2
not at all. if you're concerned, try applying this over a primer!
answered 10 months ago
feastofme
(atlanta, ga)
answer 3
The first time I applied the glaze, I put it on a bit too thick in the corners of my eyes so I experienced minor burning but that was a 1 time experience once I figured out the right amount to apply.
answered 11 months ago
fallenangyl
(L.A., CA)
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