Stargazer Cosmetics Stargazer was established in 1978 with the opening of a stall in the Great Gear Market in the Kings Road London. Kings Road was the centre of the punk fashion in London at the time and it was this attitude towards colour and the outrages that moulded many of the company
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Stargazer glitter comes in a handy shaker dispenser in a range of shades: Plush, Chunky, Starlight, ..
Stargazer Hair Dyes are semi-permanent hair colours that contains conditioner for direct application..
Stargazer Eye Dust's are coloured loose powders which are available in a mix of vibrant colours for ..
Stargazer Eye Shadow's are pressed powder's which can be used as eye shadows and as a blusher. The e..
Stargazer UV face and body paint (aka Rave Paint) comes in small tubes and each tube goes a surprisi..
Stargazers White Pressed Powder is for the application on the skin, giving you a matt finish. The co..
Stargazer Crackle Nail Polish goes on top of a base coat of any colour. As it dries it starts to cra..
Stargazer Fake Blood is a long lasting viscos colour liquid that gives a gruesome effect to any cost..
Stargazer Wet Cover Colour face and body paints are used for special effects. They are applied with ..
When you need your face to be as white as possible without seeing excess make up on the surface Star..
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