Around this time last year, the expectation of Too Faced's shamelessly named Glow Job Radiance-Boosting Glitter Face Mask was all the way. The founder of the makeup mark, Jerrod Blandino, had suggested Instagram that a glitter mask came from the summer and in October he promised that the glittering pink skin care should start in December. Well, it feels safe as deja goo because a whole new edition of Glow Job is about to let go, and if last year is any indication, the first step is to sell out almost immediately.
On December 9, a new version of the Glow Job mask is being published on Too Faced's website. Now made in a color, the brand Disco Glow – a silver-colored shade with multicolored stains – has a lot in common with its pink predecessor; namely a promise to illuminate and smooth the skin using apple and dog extract, and the fun to see your face covered with glitter before it is smoothly stripped of it in a large sparkling part. But the color is not the only difference; while the original was made of genuine gold, this is made of diamond powder.
Too Faced promises that Glow Job leaves the skin perfectly prepped for a smooth makeup application, which is especially convenient as it is launched as part of the brand's new Pretty Rich collection. It contains several opulence-inspired make-up products, including two shades of Multi-Use Diamond Fire Highlighter and 16-shaded Diamond Light Eye Shadow Palette, which includes "four diamond shaped pressed gel glitter shadows [that] Allow self-adhesive to minimize glitter drop. "
You can also expect six dazzling shades of Rich Lips High Shine Sparkling Lip Gloss, Diamond Light Highlighting Brush and Better Than Sex Diamonds Mascara, which is the same best selling formula dressed in bedazzled packaging.
Although the original Glow Job Radiance Boosting Glitter Face Mask featured when launched, there has been a stable inventory of exfoliating treatment since January. So if you can not wait a few weeks to order the new Disco Glow version, go to toofaced.com and take a jar of the pink stuff for $ 42.
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