The foil color I tried was RainbowDar, a multi-colored jewel tone rainbow foil. I'll be honest this is NOT easy to get perfect. I was becoming discouraged because I couldn't get it right no matter what. It came out patchy an un-even with very little foil adhering to the lips every time. I actually ran out of my sample because it took so many times of trying and re-applying. After viewing the instructional the process was much more clear, but my outcome...
LIT Twisted Sister Glitter, a medium purple, on to the areas I missed and around the lip line to give it a more even application. If any of you are having trouble with the foils like myself, a little glitter or shimmery gloss can fill in the gaps and fix the flaws.
While it's not a completely foiled lip, I think the glitter combo meshes with it well. If you want to try Glitzy Lips for yourself I'd recommend going with the red or pink foils first. It won't be as noticeable if it's not completely even and you can fix it with a similar shade of lip color.
I'm totally bummed I couldn't get these to work! I would've loved to have added them to my kit for future projects. The foiled look is mega cool and I could see them glitzing up photo shoots, music videos, stage, or worn out to club night's. But to me it's just too much of a hassle for something that may or may not come out well.
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sample provided for review consideration