Dust and Dance Review

Whether you’re an eccentric or just enjoy a good night out, Dust and Dance is a new British company which creates cosmetic glitter that can help you add that bit of razzle-dazzle to you life and ensure you stand out from the crowd.

With the summer season fast approaching, Dust and Dance is great for festivals, nights out or, if you’re feeling really brave, a trip to the shops. With the help of moisturiser or vaseline, the glitter can stay put for hours whilst you dance, twirl and sparkle through the evening. It doesn’t irritate and feels lightweight on your skin. The versatility of this product means that you can apply it to the face and body as well as in your hair or on your nails. 

The glitter comes in a variety of chunky shapes and sizes from circles to hexagons to diamonds. It also comes in a wide variety of colours so whether you want to shimmer like a mermaid or twinkle like the star that you are, there is a shade to suit your glittery needs. 

Dust and Dance are spreading the sparkle this year by raising money for mental health charity YoungMinds. With 10% of the profit from each glitter pot donated to the charity who campaign for better mental health services for young people, there are now even more reasons to be sparkly.

The glitter pots are available from www.dustanddance.com at £3. Follow Dust and Dance on their social media, @dustanddance, for a ‘daily dose of sparkle.’

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Brittany Guymer

Editor of the Student Wire | Studying PR and Journalism at Leeds Beckett | Lover of good music and all things quirky | Easily bribed with mini eggs

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