Looks & Review: MakeupGeek Sparklers




MakeupGeek Sparklers

MakeupGeek came out with a new line of glitters over the holidays in a variety of new and different colors. Some I have seen before in other brands but a good many of these were very unique, which was nice to see! Most every glitter I have used is just plain messy, and unfortunately, these are no exception! The glitters are more finely milled so they tend to fly every where, not just on your face, but also your makeup table. LOL For that reason I found them rather troublesome to apply. I did use a glitter glue during application, which helped some, but I still ended up with glitter all over my face during application and also throughout the day. While I can appreciate the new colors, and perhaps using these on special occasions, I’m sad to say they won’t be products I’ll reach for consistently. Thumbs up to MakeupGeek for trying!

Have you tried any of the new Sparklers?

(Top Row, L to R) Light Year, Halo, Aurora, Milky Way, Asteroid (Bottom Row, L to R) Satellite, Super Nova, Martian, Zodiac, Nebula
(L to R) Light Year, Halo, Aurora, Milky Way, Asteroid
(L to R) Satellite, Super Nova, Martian, Zodiac, Nebula


Look #1

MakeupGeek eyeshadows used:

  • Halo (inner half of lid)
  • Cupcake (deepen crease)
  • Peach Smoothie (blend out Cupcake)
  • Cherry Cola (outer corner of eye and lightly on lower lash line)


Look #2

MakeupGeek eyeshadows used:

  • Mocha (on lid)
  • Frappe (crease)
  • Cocoa Bear (blend lid into crease)
  • Satellite (applied on middle of lid and middle of lower lash line)


Look #3

MakeupGeek eyeshadows used:

  • Enchanted Forest (on lid and lower lash line)
  • Preppy (crease)
  • Martian (applied on lid over Enchanted Forest)
  • MAC Pearlglide Eyeliner in Undercurrent on waterline


5 thoughts on “Looks & Review: MakeupGeek Sparklers

  1. Hey Zabrena! I just found this little miracle product from Anastasia Beverly Hills, it’s like an eye shadow glue, but it’s in more of a gel form, so you mix it with the product in a pan or back of hand. I’ve found it easier than the liquid mixing mediums. It certainly cuts down mess and fall out. It’s called Beauty Genius. I found mine at Beautylish: http://www.beautylish.com/s/anastasia-beauty-genius

  2. Thanks for showing us these looks. The last is my favorite. I do think I will have to skip as I have enough trouble not being messing with eyeshadows, eyeliners , etc… I hope that you were able to have a wonderful Valentine’s Day and not have to work too hard. Thank-you for the time you spend on these looks for us.

  3. I have three of these and I really enjoy them! I for sure have to use a glitter glue and I don’t wear them on a daily basis but I don’t wear glitter on the daily in general. The sifter Marlena is working on for them will make a huge difference but I still love these. Halo is my favorite.

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