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Glitter Usage Chart

The information on this page is based on the FDA's color additives permitted for use in cosmetics. The glitters are considered to be "decorative particles". Our customers are responsible for proper usage in his/her particular application. We are not responsible for unsafe or improper usage. Putting anything (FDA approved or not) can result in eye irritation.

This information is current as of May 8th 2016. However, things change with the FDA all the time.

Cosmetic Grade Usage Chart

Lips OK

Eyes OK

Skin OK (all)

Cosmetic Metallics: Golden Tiara

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Lucious Lavender

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Pink Kisses

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Slinky Silver

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Runway Red

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Saber Red

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Gibbs Gold

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Glamour Green

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Imperial Aqua

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Moon River Blue

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Vanity Gray

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Black Beauty

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Blushes Pink

 

Cosmetic Metallics: Aladdin's Lamp  
Cosmetic Metallics: Autumn's Bliss  
Cosmetic Metallics: Cupid's Kiss  
Cosmetic Metallics: Envious Green  
Cosmetic Metallics: Fireheat Rise  
Cosmetic Metallics: Girl's Night Out  
Cosmetic Metallics: Harper's Halo  
Cosmetic Metallics: Heavenly Hybiscus  
Cosmetic Metallics: Princess Peach  
Cosmetic Metallics: Purple Tears  
Cosmetic Metallics: Sea Ice  
Cosmetic Metallics: Sparkfly Fern  
Cosmetic Metallics: Twilight Rise  
Cosmetic Metallics: Ultimate Nude  
Cosmetic Metallics: Purple Moon  
Cosmetic Metallics: Cobalt Crush  

Usually, after we show people the above information we get an email about what happens if you use the glitter for something it is not made for. Below is our official statement. Please do not call or email us for more of our thoughts on this subject. The written statement below is the only information we will provide. Thank you!

Cosmetic Glitter Statement

What is Cosmetic Grade glitter?  


Over the past few years, you may have seen the label Cosmetic Grade cropping up on glitter products. If it is truly Cosmetic Grade, it means that the colorants/ingredients in the glitter have been tested by the FDA and are certified as safe for skin.
The very nature of this label implies that all other glitters are not safe for contact with skin. This is not necessarily the case at all. The missing label means the colorants has not been tested by the FDA to be used in cosmetics. It is a personal choice as to whether this label is important to you. It is also your personal choice to use a glitter not labeled safe for eyes/lips on your eyelids and lips.
All the glitters we sell are non-toxic and we offer MSDS sheets on the BulkGlitters.com site if you are interested (see Help Page).


Note: Even glitter that is Cosmetic Grade can still cause skin issues with people who have allergies to polyester or acrylic substances. It is a rare condition, but it can happen.