Sampler Mother Lode: 15 x 2g

$40.00

15 x 2g samples, packaged in a biodegradable bag

Biodegradable glitter made from plant cellulose, vegan & cruelty free

The ultimate festival glitter stash! Choose your favs, create unique mixes, or share with mates.

Perfect MUAs, facepainters, performers, artists, & party people.

10 in stock

Description

15 x 2 gram samples of each glitter we offer, packaged in a an oxo-biodegradable ziplock bag. Save $20.00 by grabbing ’em all, for a limited time only! (when compared to individually sold 2g sample bags)

Suitable for festival makeup and body glitter, glitter hair, nail art, wax melts, bath bombs, slime, and general arts & crafts!

Included: Desert Gold Chunky, Glacier Blue Fine, Serpent Green Fine, Venomous Purple Medium, Bronze Ore fine, Amethyst Purple Fine, Cherry Blossom Pink Medium, Serpent Green Chunky, Pure Silver Super Fine, Cosmic Black Fine, Earth Gold Super Fine, Faerie Mix, Aquamarine Fine Blend, Priestess Mix, and Mardi Gras Mix.

Oxo-biodegradable bags generally decompose in 6-12 months in landfill, but can last from 1-2 years if kept in a cool, dry, and clean place. They can also be recycled as long as no degradation has started. Unlike most other biodegradable bags, Oxo-biodegradable bags don’t release methane gas as they degrade 🌏💚

All of our glitter is made from plant cellulose and is certified biodegradable, so you can dispose of it in your home compost, or wash it down the sink or shower without feeling guilty! Glitter decomposition time can vary depending on the environment, but it will break down quicker when exposed to microbes in natural environments e.g. composts, soil, and ocean water.

Bio degradable glitter is also much softer and lighter than plastic (PET) glitter, making it a great choice for those with sensitive skin. We still recommend taking care when putting glitter near your eyes, for obvious reasons!

All glitter is vegan friendly, and not tested on animals.

Whilst care is taken when photographing our glitter, slight colour variations may occur due to different monitor settings.