glittery


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  • adj

Synonyms for glittery

having brief brilliant points or flashes of light

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She referred to herself as "the joke" and thereby pointed to her glittery clothes.
This feet will stilettoes, snakeskin, ankle key A bit Caged heel from Primark LEFT: Untold clutch, from House of Fraser RIGHT: Bag, from H&M Glittery, pointy stiletto heels, from Office Dark-red, double ankle strap peep toe heel with gold panel platform, from New Look Suedette slipper heels, from Boohoo.
The deliciously fragrant oil made my tan look more intense and glossy and didn''t have an obvious shimmering, glittery finish, so it was more of a grown-up glow.
99 With so much sparkle in this default outfit all you need, accessory-wise, is a pair of glittery earrings, a couple of bangles and a small clutch bag.
One is the setup for the Prince's discovery of Cinderella's glittery shoe.
Natalie, ever a glittery surface person herself, was attracted to Romaine's body as well as the murky depths of her soul.
Fitted pants are fabulous with long, layered tees, cropped cardies and accessories like this glittery sequined belt.
This Scottish quintet caused a bit of a stir on college radio back in the early '90s with a couple of nearly perfect, glittery pop records.
There was something for everyone from their early Guns 'N' Roses-inspired days You Love Us to the glittery pop Roses In The Hospital, to recent hits A Design For Life and If You Tolerate This.
8 MICKALENE THOMAS This Brooklyn-based artist makes glittery paintings and large-scale photographs of black women that cancel out any hope of an essentialist view of "type.
CHRISTMAS is all about sparkling colours but unless you are only 11 glittery make-up can sometimes look more tacky than tantalizing.
A new, glittery fashion could change how you see things .
Find it down on the far southern end of glittery, nightclub-laden South Beach.
Hollywood--a glittery effect that can be transparent or opaque.
com, a Web site devoted to the preoccupations of teenage girls, or as they put it in the glittery, overheated Silicon Valley Girl-speak of the era, a "digital lifestyle brand" that will be "Yahoo