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QUESTIONS ABOUT THE GLITTER GLAMPER

Where can I find you?
We are excited to announce that the Glitter Glamper will be exhibiting at the 2019 Minnesota State Fair! We will be offering Festival Glitter, Bling Clusters, 3D Festival Faces (including unicorn and monster horns), Glitter Beards, Glitter Freckles, Glitter Tattoos and fun accessories! Find us in the West End Marketplace, open 9:00 am until 9:00 pm, Thursday, August 22nd through Labor Day!

Can you "bring the bling" to my event?
Yes, we sure can! While the physical Glamper itself is still in the early stages of development, we can still bring all the bling to you via our mobile "Bling Bar," in a format that fits right in your living room or event space in and around the Twin Cities Metro area in Minnesota! Email us today to request a quote for your event! Please include the event location, date, time, how many guests are expected, and what type of event, and we will get back to you with some options and pricing.

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How do I remove my face paint or glitter?

All of our products wash off easily with soap and water. Usually if there is any skin irritation, it is because of baby wipes being used on the face. We recommend first rinsing off the bulk of your glitter & paint with plain water. Next, use whatever gentle soap you typically use when washing your face. Avoid using baby wipes or hand wipes on the face...we do recommend that you use makeup remover wipes as the "paint" we use is actually makeup. Some colors of makeup may be more stubborn to remove, usually blues/greens. If you still have some hint of color left on the skin, apply some oil or lotion, wait 20-30 minutes and gently wash again. To remove left-over residue from the bling adhesive, simply massage a little bit of oil into the skin (olive oil, coconut oil, baby oil, etc). Allow to soak for a few minutes to loosen the adhesive from the skin, then gently rub in a swirling motion with a paper towel, tissue or wash cloth. Repeat if necessary.


Is it safe for you to be gluing stuff to my face?

All of our products are safe and FDA compliant for use on skin. We only use cosmetic grade glitters, no dangerous, metallic craft glitter! While this glitter is made for use on the skin, to be extra safe we still recommend not putting the larger, chunky glitter too close to the eyes on small children who may be likely to rub their eyes, as we all know any kind of particles rubbed int the eyes can irritate. Our festival glitters and gels adhere simply with skin safe aloe gel and can easily be rinsed off with water. We only use high quality, professional grade theatrical makeup when painting faces that are made with FDA compliant ingredients. When we adhere things to the skin like gem clusters, unicorn horns, monster horns, and glitter tattoos, we use a skin safe medical grade ahesive called Pros-Aide. Glitter tattoos are designed to last for several days, but alcohol can help break down the adhesive sooner if you wish. We use a different formulation of Pros-Aide for more temporary things like bling clusters and horns that washes off more easily.

I wanna sparkle every day! Where can I buy my own bling?
You're in luck! The Glitter Glamper carries all sorts of awesome bling right here on our website. Live outside the US? Email us a list of what you'd like (or send a screen shot of your shopping cart) and we will reply with your shipping options! Once you choose one, we will send you a custom invoice that includes your shipping choice.

But isn't glitter bad for the environment?
There has been a lot of talk in the media lately about plastic particles getting into our precious oceans. However, as of now there has not been any evidence found in any of the scientific studies done that any glitter is among the microplastics that are reaching our oceans. That's of course not to say we shouldn't be concerned about the environmental impact of glitter though, and we are continually following this topic as well as the manufacturers who are working on developing biodegradeable glitters! In the meantime, if you are interested in finding out more, check out this great article about the affects of plastics in our oceans and studies relating to glitter specifically!


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