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glitter

Canadian ice formed from freezing rain

glitter

[′glid·ər]
(materials)
A group of decorative materials consisting of flakes large enough so that each flake produces a plainly visible sparkle or reflection; incorporated into plastic during compounding.
(optics)
The spots of light reflected from a point source by the surface of the sea or wave facets, that is, specular reflection.
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Lrisy is a popular online store, dedicated to offering a variety of glitters that can be used for different purposes such as DIY, slime, makeup, art projects, school projects, decor and more.
It used to be found in teenage lotions back in the 'poppy' Britney Spears era but now body glitter is especially popular at music festivals with the Glitter Me team being booked at hourly rates for events.
2 GLITTER WINGS THE cat-eye flick was taken to MAC Dazzleshadow the next level at Valentino with diamante eye jewels, and at Halpern, where models were daubed with major glitter wings, the latter created by MAC's Isamaya Ffrench.
From lids to lips and even hair, glitter and shine were used in beautiful ways.
MAC Dazzleshadow Liquid in Love Yourself, PS16.50 MAC Glitter in Pink, PS16.50 HALO HAIR RATHER than loading down your strands with lots of product, add a smattering at your roots, then comb it through to create a halo effect.
Glitter, 74, whose hits include I'm the Leader of the Gang and Do You Wanna Touch Me?, gave Yudania PS20,000 - a fortune in communist Cuba - in 1998 to buy the flat she still lives in with Gary and a younger daughter from another relationship.
To take this look from the runway to real life, use a dark grey eyeshadow to create a smokey ring around the eyes, softening the edges with a blending brush, then add a hint of glitter on the lid and inner corner.
But now worries over glitter's damaging environmental impact are dampening the mood at the world's biggest party.
Q Christmas cards Plain Christmas cards can be recycled in the main part of the recycling bin, but any card which has glitter, glue, is over-printed in foil or a 3D image cannot be recycled.
While glitter is an inexpensive way to jazz something up, scientists are calling for a ban on glitter because it is a source of pollution for rivers, oceans, and lakes.
Scientists are interested in proposing a ban on glitter, according to reports.