Named after Abbigal Maclighting this blend starts with a foundation of Opaque gllitter with hints of fairy green, yellow, gold, and a touch of silver. An awesome everyday, special occasion or base glitter.
Named after a very special sweet lady, this is a soft blends of colors. Heavy on the opaque with breathes of pinks and silver and the smallest touch of fairy green. This is a wonderful Princess glitter that adds a softness to any look.
This blend is named after Sunny herself. A blend of opaques, silver, golds and copper...this glitter is an awesome base and can stand alone. An awesome glitter to start your layers of glitter or just throw all over!
Of course we had to make a blurple shade of glitter. One of our glitter girls when asked what was her favorite color she said blurple. So we named this color after her because she is always in la la land.
WonderGlo is a whimsical glitter. Mystical and Shimmery this is a soft and elegant glitter. A blend of opaque silver and periwinkle, make your eyes feel like a winter wonderland. Sunny loves to use this glitter on its own or blend it with Queen Bee..it also looks great with the Sweet Feather and Bisslicious!
Named in Honor of PRINCE! This blend of Sparkles makes you party like it is 1999!! A blend of Heavy Lavenders, Silvers, Soft Baby Blues and a touch of Fairy Green. This glitter will make you feel like you are surrounded by Purple Rain. WE LOVE PRINCE FOREVER
Yes...the GLEARD aka "The Glitter Beard" came to birth from Sunny Sparkles. Not just for a beard, this glitter can be used for Glowt's, Glaches, Glow Chops as well as non-male facial hair areas...but if you have a beard...it needs glitter!!! This blend a magical blend of copper and different shades of gold.
No blend of Unicorn Glitter with be alike...all we can tell you is that it is going to be a blend of as many colors as possible and is one of our top sellers! Who doesn't want to be a unicorn...they do exist!
The name speaks for itself. This bright orange needs to be added to your glitter collections. With hints of yellow and orange reminds me of sitting out on the porch of my childhood home and eating oranges in the summer months.