Karla Powell Make-up Artist
Lip Art Workshop with Karla Powell- Another NEW Date Announced in Manchester.

Are you inspired when you see pictures of stunning, perfect lips? Well you could create them!
After my successfully Colour Run Lip series and Broken Glass lip series I get asked constantly- ‘How did you create those lips?’, ’I would love to learn lip techniques from you!’ And finally at my Lip Art workshop you can learn my lip perfection skillson this 1 day lip workshop!
During the workshop you will learn everything from tips for caring for the lips, selecting the ideal products for your look, applying with precision, working with lip accessories and different mediums and how to create original and creative lip art! You will be provided with all the best lip products to use as well as the best brushes from CrownBrush UK.
Whether you are wanting to brush up your skills or learn something new, this workshop guide will give you the confidence and expertise to create amazing lip art looks and leave you feeling inspired!
COURSE DETAILS:DATE: 1st March 2014TIME: 10am-4pmLOCATION: Treasure House of Make-up. Manchester (UK)PRICE: £150
There are LIMITED places for this exclusive, one day workshop. Due to high demand this event is expected to sell out extremely quickly, so be sure to email
Places are very limited and will be booked on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVED basis.
Email: contact@karlamakeup.co.uk to book your place on the course.
Once you have been confirmed you will be contacted with all the information you will need including a full itinerary, terms & conditions and details for further payment.
Payment will be accepted by Paypal and BACS.
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Lip Art Workshop with Karla Powell- Another NEW Date Announced in Manchester.

Are you inspired when you see pictures of stunning, perfect lips? Well you could create them!

After my successfully Colour Run Lip series and Broken Glass lip series I get asked constantly- ‘How did you create those lips?’, ’I would love to learn lip techniques from you!’ And finally at my Lip Art workshop you can learn my lip perfection skillson this 1 day lip workshop!

During the workshop you will learn everything from tips for caring for the lips, selecting the ideal products for your look, applying with precision, working with lip accessories and different mediums and how to create original and creative lip art! You will be provided with all the best lip products to use as well as the best brushes from CrownBrush UK.

Whether you are wanting to brush up your skills or learn something new, this workshop guide will give you the confidence and expertise to create amazing lip art looks and leave you feeling inspired!

COURSE DETAILS:
DATE: 1st March 2014
TIME: 10am-4pm
LOCATION: Treasure House of Make-up. Manchester (UK)
PRICE: £150

There are LIMITED places for this exclusive, one day workshop. Due to high demand this event is expected to sell out extremely quickly, so be sure to email

Places are very limited and will be booked on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVED basis.

Email: contact@karlamakeup.co.uk to book your place on the course.

Once you have been confirmed you will be contacted with all the information you will need including a full itinerary, terms & conditions and details for further payment.

Payment will be accepted by Paypal and BACS.

Karla
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Lip Art Workshops with Karla Powell 

After the success of my Colour Run & Broken Glass Lip Art series my followers were calling out for me to teach them my Lip Art techniques! Before Christmas I carried out my first ever exclusive Lip Art workshop, (I only wanted a few students on the course to make it an intimate) It turned out to be a great success, leading to more dates lined up for my next Lip Art workshop!

Many of my followers have asked to attend my Lip Art workshops, so I am delighted to announce I will now will be touring UK and I have plans in the pipeline to visit America (All dates will be revealed soon). 

Thanks to my amazing team, Grace Coole-Green (Make-up Assistant) , Jemma Jade Saare (Lip Model) for helping me on the day which took place at the Artrix Theatre in Bromsgrove. Finally thanks to Deborah Slewood for all the awesome pictures she captured on the day. I am looking forward to putting these images into my Lip Art portfolio and I hope to see you soon at one of my workshops!

Finally a huge thanks to the following brands for Sponsorship of the workshop, your support is massively appreciated.

Eldora False Eyelashes

LUSH Cosmetics

Victoria Loves Beauty

Nubar Professional Uk

Treasure House of Makeup

Illamasqua

Daniel Sandler Cosmetics 

Eye Kandy Cosmetics

Cocktail Cosmetics - www.cocktailcosmetics.co.uk

CutECOsmetics

Simple Skincare

Rock Beauty

Sparkly Nails 

To find out more details of my next lip art workshops please email: contact@karlamakeup.co.uk 

Karla


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I turned myself into Lady Gaga for an upcoming secret make-up job! 

I can’t wait to reveal what job this look was for. All will be revealed soon including what products I used.

Karla
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I turned myself into Lady Gaga for an upcoming secret make-up job!

I can’t wait to reveal what job this look was for. All will be revealed soon including what products I used.

Karla
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Perfect Skin with Kryolan’s NEW Highlighter- Illusion. 

Highlighters in my make-up kit are my key products to change any beauty looks. If of course applied correctly, it gives you that glowing look where people can’t place what’s different, just that you look amazing in life and on camera.

When you’re choosing a highlighter you have to think about skin tone; sallow skin, pink toned highlighters are going to stick out, pale skin pink tones are perfect. The goal when applying highlighter is to get a reflective dewy look that makes you look like you have youthful, healthy skin. If the product you are using gives your skin a slight sheen you’ve got it right, if you look covered in glitter  try again.

There are three main areas you should apply highlighter: the cheekbones and temples, the eyes, and the Cupid’s bow. If you apply your foundation with your favourite foundation brush, I always use that same brush to apply highlighter on the cheekbones. The product remaining on your brush will help with the blending process. I have many different highlighting products in kit- from cream,powder and liquid forma, and many from Kryolan such as Glamour Glow, Glamour Sparks and Shimmering Event Foundation where I sometimes mix in with my Illamasqua Skin base for an all over dewy skin effect on fashion photo-shoots. 

Illusion, is a lightweight and versatile gloss highlighting cream in a golden shade tone suiting most skin tones, which has a long-lasting smooth finish with a supple non- greasy or oily residue finish. Illusion in Velvet gives a beautiful luminous glow without the skin looking shiny when photographed.  Illusion can be easily applied and blended onto the skin using a brush, fingers or a sponge.

Illusion in shade Velvet, £15.75 can be purchased at Kryolan’s London store, Charles Fox, Covent Garden, and other outlets across the UK. Please visit www.kryolan.com for stockist details.

Many more colours will be available soon. 

Which is your favourite highlighter in your make-up kit?

Karla

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2013 Going Into 2014- Dreams, Goals, Mistakes and Lessons Learnt
Do you ever see signs that you need to move forward – to go towards your dreams? In 2013 I achieved many of my dreams and progressed in my make-up world… My dreams were to work with new talented creative artists creating inspiring collaborations, for my make-up work to be published in more established magazines, to improve my make-up portfolio to a higher standard and to launch Karla Cosmetics. Everyone has a dream and a dream means different things to different people. 
Dreams I believe are- ‘pictures of promise.’ Dreams are ‘portraits of the future.’ They are simply sketches of our imagination. Some people believe that dreams are their own exclusive conception. They reject the idea that they could be a well known published make-up artist in a top New York Fashion week show. Whichever side of the divide you might be, nothing is exhilarating as achieving your dreams. That’s when the ‘pictures of promise’ become reality. And even though my goals were small in 2013, I achieved every single one of them albeit a ‘bumpy process.’ Having a dream is one thing; achieving the dream is another! Your attitude and reaction to the ‘bumpy process’ is a test of how strong is your desire to achieve your dreams.

The last few years I have been working hard to get into this industry, however I have learnt this year to believe in all of my dreams, goals and ambitions more than ever. . If you really want it then you have to believe. Believe in your dream and believe in yourself and you’ll make it!

Towards the end of the year I made a mistake in my career. It is never easy to admit you have made a mistake. Recognising your error and taking responsibility means you can learn from it. As soon as you start blaming other people, you distance yourself from any possible lesson. But if you stand up and honestly say “This is my mistake and I am responsible” the possibilities for learning will move towards you.
“It is the highest form of self-respect to admit our errors and mistakes and make amends for them. To make a mistake is only an error in judgment, but to adhere to it when it is discovered shows infirmity of character”Dale Turner 

So in 2014 progress for me won’t be a straight line for sure but I will keep learning, which will encourage more successes than failures, and the mistakes I make along the way will help me get to where you want to go in my career.


January 2013

Becoming Brand Ambassador for Crownbrush UK. 
February 2013

Working with NYC (New York Color) for online make-up tutorials
March 2013

Working on the Abandoned Fashion Series around Europe. Our work has now been published in many publications this year. My favourite was International Fashion and Lifestyle Magazine- Urban Coco. 
April 2013

I was given the opportunity and chance to visit the Superstar Face Painting factory in Belgium. After discovering Superstar face paints at the end of 2012 and falling in love with their unique formulas when creating my make-up looks, I had the amazing opportunity to visit the factory to learn how they make their face paints. Check out my blog post >here< when I visited the factory in April.
May 2013

Is it a drawing or is it make-up? That is the question I want people to ask when they see my Pop Art Inspired Make-up look I created back in April… I wanted to create an illusion and inspire others. It was an amazing feeling to also see so many people be inspired by my Pop Art work this year and re-create it. 

Continuing the Abandoned Fashion Series Project in The Lake District- ‘Monster’; published in Dark Beauty Magazine …

Creating make-up and hair for Fierce Angel NEW Album cover. 
June 2013



A dream come true for me. Demonstrating at IMATS London. 
July 2013




Working in Paris to continue the Abandoned Fashion Series. My Painted Lady was published in Hong Kong Magazine, Razor Red. 

To continue my Lip Art Make-up portfolio I created my Broken Glass Lip Series. 
August 2013

Rise of the Golden Princess,



Creating close up make-up looks for Rock Beauty’s new season eye and nail rock designs. 

Mine and Ryan Handy’s Pastel series published on FaceON Magazine (Official) front cover. What makes this edition so special is that it’s the first time FACEON Magazine was available in 1,600 UK Stores including WHSmith and The Martin McColl Group for their 12th Edition.
September 2013


At this point of the year I was so proud that my make-up work made different front covers! I was so honoured that Scratch magazine used my Pop Art make-up work front cover of their September issue. 

My Pop Art make-up work being used for IMATS 2014 Student Competition Battle of The Brushes Art work. A proud moment for me when I go to IMATS this year. 

The launch of Karla Cosmetics.
October 2013

Winning the llamasqua Distinction in Make-up Artistry Award 2013- Professional Category. Congratulations to the other winners! I am so thankful and over whelmed about winning the Illamasqua Distinction in Make-up Artistry Awards competition from this day. A challenging experience I will never forget. 
November 2013

After the success of my Pop Art Make-up creation which made front cover of Scratch Magazine & me doing a live demonstration of the look at IMATS London my followers called out for me to teach my Pop Art skills at my first ever exclusive workshop.


After winning the Illamasqua Distinction in Make-up Artistry Awards I was kindly asked by Illamasqua to do a live make-up demonstration of my Blizzard Disco look in their Beak Street store window Thursday evening using their new 'Envy' Christmas Collection 2013, where my followers and shoppers had the chance to watch me at work using the new products.
December 2013


To see my make-up work front cover on the Urban Coco stand at Clothes Show Live, demonstrate the look and to have the chance to sell my Karla Charts was an over whelming feeling where I couldn’t help but feel so proud what I have achieved this year. This was a great end to 2013.

My goals for 2014 are to push myself to the limits with my freelance make-up work, working with new inspiring creatives to better and improve my make-up portfolio (which I challenge myself to this goal each year) and to achieve my small goals in making Karla Cosmetics a success in 2014.

Thank you to everyone who believes in my dreams and supports me.
“Surround yourself with people who believe in you.”

Karla 
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2013 Going Into 2014- Dreams, Goals, Mistakes and Lessons Learnt

Do you ever see signs that you need to move forward – to go towards your dreams? In 2013 I achieved many of my dreams and progressed in my make-up world… My dreams were to work with new talented creative artists creating inspiring collaborations, for my make-up work to be published in more established magazines, to improve my make-up portfolio to a higher standard and to launch Karla Cosmetics. Everyone has a dream and a dream means different things to different people. 

Dreams I believe are- ‘pictures of promise.’ Dreams are ‘portraits of the future.’ They are simply sketches of our imagination. Some people believe that dreams are their own exclusive conception. They reject the idea that they could be a well known published make-up artist in a top New York Fashion week show. Whichever side of the divide you might be, nothing is exhilarating as achieving your dreams. That’s when the ‘pictures of promise’ become reality. And even though my goals were small in 2013, I achieved every single one of them albeit a ‘bumpy process.’ Having a dream is one thing; achieving the dream is another! Your attitude and reaction to the ‘bumpy process’ is a test of how strong is your desire to achieve your dreams.

The last few years I have been working hard to get into this industry, however I have learnt this year to believe in all of my dreams, goals and ambitions more than ever. . If you really want it then you have to believe. Believe in your dream and believe in yourself and you’ll make it!

Towards the end of the year I made a mistake in my career. It is never easy to admit you have made a mistake. Recognising your error and taking responsibility means you can learn from it. As soon as you start blaming other people, you distance yourself from any possible lesson. But if you stand up and honestly say “This is my mistake and I am responsible” the possibilities for learning will move towards you.

It is the highest form of self-respect to admit our errors and mistakes and make amends for them. To make a mistake is only an error in judgment, but to adhere to it when it is discovered shows infirmity of character
Dale Turner 

So in 2014 progress for me won’t be a straight line for sure but I will keep learning, which will encourage more successes than failures, and the mistakes I make along the way will help me get to where you want to go in my career.

January 2013

Becoming Brand Ambassador for Crownbrush UK. 

February 2013

Working with NYC (New York Color) for online make-up tutorials

March 2013

Working on the Abandoned Fashion Series around Europe. Our work has now been published in many publications this year. My favourite was International Fashion and Lifestyle Magazine- Urban Coco

April 2013

I was given the opportunity and chance to visit the Superstar Face Painting factory in Belgium. After discovering Superstar face paints at the end of 2012 and falling in love with their unique formulas when creating my make-up looks, I had the amazing opportunity to visit the factory to learn how they make their face paints. Check out my blog post >here< when I visited the factory in April.

May 2013

Is it a drawing or is it make-up? That is the question I want people to ask when they see my Pop Art Inspired Make-up look I created back in April… I wanted to create an illusion and inspire others. It was an amazing feeling to also see so many people be inspired by my Pop Art work this year and re-create it. 

Continuing the Abandoned Fashion Series Project in The Lake District- ‘Monster’; published in Dark Beauty Magazine …

Creating make-up and hair for Fierce Angel NEW Album cover. 

June 2013

A dream come true for me. Demonstrating at IMATS London

July 2013

Working in Paris to continue the Abandoned Fashion Series. My Painted Lady was published in Hong Kong Magazine, Razor Red. 

To continue my Lip Art Make-up portfolio I created my Broken Glass Lip Series. 

August 2013

Rise of the Golden Princess,

Creating close up make-up looks for Rock Beauty’s new season eye and nail rock designs. 

Mine and Ryan Handy’s Pastel series published on FaceON Magazine (Official) front cover. What makes this edition so special is that it’s the first time FACEON Magazine was available in 1,600 UK Stores including WHSmith and The Martin McColl Group for their 12th Edition.

September 2013

At this point of the year I was so proud that my make-up work made different front covers! I was so honoured that Scratch magazine used my Pop Art make-up work front cover of their September issue. 

My Pop Art make-up work being used for IMATS 2014 Student Competition Battle of The Brushes Art work. A proud moment for me when I go to IMATS this year. 

The launch of Karla Cosmetics.

October 2013

Winning the llamasqua Distinction in Make-up Artistry Award 2013- Professional Category. Congratulations to the other winners! I am so thankful and over whelmed about winning the Illamasqua Distinction in Make-up Artistry Awards competition from this day. A challenging experience I will never forget. 

November 2013

After the success of my Pop Art Make-up creation which made front cover of Scratch Magazine & me doing a live demonstration of the look at IMATS London my followers called out for me to teach my Pop Art skills at my first ever exclusive workshop.

After winning the Illamasqua Distinction in Make-up Artistry Awards I was kindly asked by Illamasqua to do a live make-up demonstration of my Blizzard Disco look in their Beak Street store window Thursday evening using their new 'Envy' Christmas Collection 2013, where my followers and shoppers had the chance to watch me at work using the new products.

December 2013

To see my make-up work front cover on the Urban Coco stand at Clothes Show Live, demonstrate the look and to have the chance to sell my Karla Charts was an over whelming feeling where I couldn’t help but feel so proud what I have achieved this year. This was a great end to 2013.

My goals for 2014 are to push myself to the limits with my freelance make-up work, working with new inspiring creatives to better and improve my make-up portfolio (which I challenge myself to this goal each year) and to achieve my small goals in making Karla Cosmetics a success in 2014.

Thank you to everyone who believes in my dreams and supports me.

“Surround yourself with people who believe in you.”

Karla

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Re-creating my Rise of The Golden Princess Make-up Look at Clothes Show Live 2013 

From Luke Woodford’s popular Abandoned fashion Series we created the Rise of The Golden Princess shoot, which proved to be very popular amongst our followers, which then lead to it being front cover of Urban Coco Magazine’s new Issue 13 special edition being sold at Clothes Show Live 2013. This is one of my favourite make-up looks I have created this year and it was a pleasure to be asked from Laura who owns the magazine to re-create the front cover look live at the Clothes Show.

To see my make-up work front cover on the stand, demonstrate the look and  to have the chance to sell my Karla Charts was an over whelming feeling where I couldn’t help but feel so proud what I have achieved this year. This was a great end to 2013 and I can’t wait to get even more creative in 2014.

Thanks to my amazing team for all their help on the day and to Arjan B for loaning me the most beautiful gold dress to go with my design on the day. 

Karla

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To see what products I used to create this look and my inspiration,  click >here< 

This is why I love Art!

This is a finger painting done on an iPad by artist Kyle Lambert of Morgan Freeman. It took him over a month to create with over 285,000 brush strokes. I can’t believe how life like it is. 

Kyle recorded his process from start to finish! And this is why I LOVE ART… Check the video out! 

Karla

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To people I have offended in the industry I sincerely apologise. This was never my intention. My first blog post was rushed, miss-informed and very naive.  
 
It is not industry practice for people to pay to be an assistant. I merely wanted to provide an opportunity to assist in Luke Woodford&#8217;s abandoned series fashion shoot. I took for granted people would know they would have to contribute . We all pay something, we are a real team on those shoots and we are all striving towards the goal of an amazing series which will enhance our careers.
I have learnt a very valuable lesson. This is the greatest industry in the world, I live and breathe make up. To the people, I look up to and respect I offer my sincerest apologies.
 
In reference to people have sent me messages I apologise if I didn&#8217;t deal with these at the time, it snowballed pretty quickly and it became tough to manage. I appreciate this was a mistake it could have been dealt with in a much more sensitive way. In reflection I should have dealt with this earlier and dealt with your comments.    
I should have consulted more senior figures in the industry before posting. It was never my intention to exploit or take advantage of anyone.  
I am sorry if people feel like I have let them down. If I can take anything positive from this I have learned a lot in a short space of time and will learn from this mistake.
 
Karla 
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To people I have offended in the industry I sincerely apologise. This was never my intention. My first blog post was rushed, miss-informed and very naive.  

 

It is not industry practice for people to pay to be an assistant. I merely wanted to provide an opportunity to assist in Luke Woodford’s abandoned series fashion shoot. I took for granted people would know they would have to contribute . We all pay something, we are a real team on those shoots and we are all striving towards the goal of an amazing series which will enhance our careers.

I have learnt a very valuable lesson. This is the greatest industry in the world, I live and breathe make up. To the people, I look up to and respect I offer my sincerest apologies.

 

In reference to people have sent me messages I apologise if I didn’t deal with these at the time, it snowballed pretty quickly and it became tough to manage. I appreciate this was a mistake it could have been dealt with in a much more sensitive way. In reflection I should have dealt with this earlier and dealt with your comments.    

I should have consulted more senior figures in the industry before posting. It was never my intention to exploit or take advantage of anyone.  

I am sorry if people feel like I have let them down. If I can take anything positive from this I have learned a lot in a short space of time and will learn from this mistake.

 

Karla 

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I just wanted to quickly address the recent issue about hiring an assistant for the amazing Luke Woodford abandoned fashion series. I recently asked for one person to assist me on the next Luke Woodford Abandoned Fashion series shoot but there would be a fee. My blog post didn’t really explain well enough what the money covered so it left many jumping to conclusions.
Nobody on the shoot is paid for the work they do, we all do it for the exciting opportunities that arise from it. We pay our own travel, accommodation and for our food. We hire a mini bus to get to the venue which we have to hire, insure and fuel. When we go away on to the buildings we shoot for a 2-3 days, therefore we also need accommodation. We also have to feed ourselves. The cost soon mounts up, but nobody profits from the shoot. We all put money in and pay for everything, on the last evening if there is any left we usually have a few drinks to celebrate the success of the shoot. 
It was never my intention to appear like I was exploiting young hopefuls in the industry. My intention could not have been any further from that. It would have been great exposure, our work has been published numerous times. Everyone will be aware I work tirelessly to promote every ones work and always looking out for new upcoming make-up artists. Also people will know that I am not motivated by money, I am motivated by creating amazing looks and leaving my little stamp on the make-up world.
I also wanted the shoot to be an on set workshop, showing what it’s like to work on one of these shoots and providing them with the tools to carry out the next abandoned shoot. The one assistant selected would have been selected to work with Luke on the next abandoned fashion series as he is looking to shoot with new make-up artists in the new year which he mentioned on his Facebook status last week.  
I sincerely apologise for not making this clear in my blog post last night. It came across like I was charging money to assist me. I had over 120 requests to assist me, apologies to these people but I have now decided to withdraw the opportunity. As an apology, I will however choose one lucky applicant to come along with me; I will also cover their costs! :)

Karla 
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I just wanted to quickly address the recent issue about hiring an assistant for the amazing Luke Woodford abandoned fashion series. I recently asked for one person to assist me on the next Luke Woodford Abandoned Fashion series shoot but there would be a fee. My blog post didn’t really explain well enough what the money covered so it left many jumping to conclusions.

Nobody on the shoot is paid for the work they do, we all do it for the exciting opportunities that arise from it. We pay our own travel, accommodation and for our food. We hire a mini bus to get to the venue which we have to hire, insure and fuel. When we go away on to the buildings we shoot for a 2-3 days, therefore we also need accommodation. We also have to feed ourselves. The cost soon mounts up, but nobody profits from the shoot. We all put money in and pay for everything, on the last evening if there is any left we usually have a few drinks to celebrate the success of the shoot.

It was never my intention to appear like I was exploiting young hopefuls in the industry. My intention could not have been any further from that. It would have been great exposure, our work has been published numerous times. Everyone will be aware I work tirelessly to promote every ones work and always looking out for new upcoming make-up artists. Also people will know that I am not motivated by money, I am motivated by creating amazing looks and leaving my little stamp on the make-up world.

I also wanted the shoot to be an on set workshop, showing what it’s like to work on one of these shoots and providing them with the tools to carry out the next abandoned shoot. The one assistant selected would have been selected to work with Luke on the next abandoned fashion series as he is looking to shoot with new make-up artists in the new year which he mentioned on his Facebook status last week.  

I sincerely apologise for not making this clear in my blog post last night. It came across like I was charging money to assist me. I had over 120 requests to assist me, apologies to these people but I have now decided to withdraw the opportunity. As an apology, I will however choose one lucky applicant to come along with me; I will also cover their costs! :)

Karla

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Karla Cosmetics Glitter Pills Coming Soon&#8230; 
Yes it&#8217;s mad! And yes some of you think it&#8217;s a genius idea! Well really it&#8217;s been done before but it is so much fun for those needing a small amount of glitter for a quick &#8216;Glitter Fix&#8217; when working on make-up jobs and more! 
Some of you know but this year I have been working hard to develop my Karla Cosmetic range and slowly but surely I am revealing little teasers I am bringing in the range next Summer 2014. It&#8217;s also a great way to get all your feedback what you want to see in my range. And after many of you took my online survey for my brand many of you requested GLITTER! 
So I was busy this week making these glitter pills where I posted pictures on my Instagram and many of you sent me messages and asked questions on them as some of you was confused about the concept. So I want to clarify here. 
They are basically like having loose glitter in pots but instead in pill capsules that are securely tightened , they will also come in pots so after use you can dispense the unwanted glitter in the pots provided. They are a quick glitter fix for make-up artists, nail artists and those addicted to glitter. Just purely for fun, NOT edible! Unless you want to have glitter poo, he he.
Are you excited for Karla Glitter!? I am&#8230;

Karla
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Karla Cosmetics Glitter Pills Coming Soon… 

Yes it’s mad! And yes some of you think it’s a genius idea! Well really it’s been done before but it is so much fun for those needing a small amount of glitter for a quick ‘Glitter Fix’ when working on make-up jobs and more! 

Some of you know but this year I have been working hard to develop my Karla Cosmetic range and slowly but surely I am revealing little teasers I am bringing in the range next Summer 2014. It’s also a great way to get all your feedback what you want to see in my range. And after many of you took my online survey for my brand many of you requested GLITTER!

So I was busy this week making these glitter pills where I posted pictures on my Instagram and many of you sent me messages and asked questions on them as some of you was confused about the concept. So I want to clarify here. 

They are basically like having loose glitter in pots but instead in pill capsules that are securely tightened , they will also come in pots so after use you can dispense the unwanted glitter in the pots provided. They are a quick glitter fix for make-up artists, nail artists and those addicted to glitter. Just purely for fun, NOT edible! Unless you want to have glitter poo, he he.

Are you excited for Karla Glitter!? I am…

Karla

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