How To Clean Your Wet Liners


From the reactions we get on these cleaning videos, we know you’re all either genuinely horrified or are actually big creepozoids who really get off on this stuff. So, we’ve put together a few 'How-to videos' for you to really get the heart racing, and hopefully help you keep your liners clean in the process.



Here’s a little teaser using our Fairy Freak palette to get you warmed up. Using the Split Pans to create amazing colour combos, things start to get kinda messy… 




You can still get your hands on the limited edition Fairy Freak Brush Set and find out more about this exciting collab on the Glisten Up! blog.



Next up.

This dirty cow palette needs a ruddy good seeing to! But, is she that easy…to clean? Though she’s not in stock anymore, the pure satisfaction of this throwback how-to cleaning vid is giving us tingles all over!

Don't get your knickers in a twist, you can still get your hands on tons of our other varieties of Split Palettes here.






Ooh, guys, you’re going to love this next one. It features our year round Pride Liner and this one’s absolutely filthy! For those of the faint of heart, look away now.



GASP! The shock, the horror! Oh, puh-lease! Don’t act like you don’t love it.

100% of profits made from this liner goes straight to LGBTQIA+ charities and you can find out more about our current dedicated charity, Mermaids UK, here.




Alright, alright that’s enough! In all seriousness, it really does only take a face wipe (we use biodegradable) to clean up your palette, your split pot or even the 11 shades of the Pride Liner. Look how beautifully they all came out!

Our products are designed with the consumer in mind and we don’t like to overcomplicate things here at Glisten HQ and we hope these tutorials showed that. You could even take a cotton pad with some water on to neaten up your liners, it really is that easy.

We hope you enjoyed your por…we mean ‘how to’ and be sure to follow us on all socials @glistencosmetics for regular blogs and tutorials!



By Erin O'Neill

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.