If you have noticed there being an uptick in glitter lovin' recently, then you're not alone. More and more beauty brands are infusing their collections with shimmer, whether that be adding illuminizers to their face creams, offering loose pigments in lieu of eyeshadows, or sparkle-packing their lip gloss to create a duo-chrome effect on our pouts. But while this is all very fun to play with, the problem is that shimmer also has a tendency to be expensive. Glitter isn't always affordable, and that makes it hard to join in when you're a makeup lover on a budget. But luckily, Glam Goth is here to help. Glam Goth's Love & Despair Collection provides you with a range of pigment-packed glitters for a fraction of the usual cost.
Glam Goth is a small indie makeup brand that is cruelty-free and specializes in all things glitter. If you want to add a heavy dose of sparkle to your makeup routine, this is the place to go. At the moment their Love & Despair collection is the only thing that they're offering, but you won't be disappointed with the minimalist amount of options. The collection comes in six different shades, and you can either buy them separately or in a bundle deal. The price is what makes it truly special. Each individual pot is only $8, or you can get all six for just $40.
The collection is their first one for 2018, and it comes with innovations: The pigments are now packaged in new and improved spill-proof diamond packaging. They have listened to their customers' feedback and have created pots that will better hold all that shimmer.
The collection itself is inspired by the joy and anguish of being in love, and it's broken up into two distinct feelings: Love and despair. On the "love" side we have the shades Erotic, which is an electric purple; Amoureux, which is a pink glimmer; and Toxic, which is a bright yellow.
On the "despair" side we have Blue Valentine, which is a dark navy; Agony, which is a shimmering maroon; and Jealousy, which is a neon yellow and black hybrid. Below is a closer break down of each shade.
These glitters are only available for as long as supplies last, so if any of them catch your eye make sure you don't take too long to snap them up. It's not everyday you find such affordable shimmer pots.