I haven't worked with loose glitter since 2008. Back then I'd never leave the house without glitter anywhere on my face, I owned (and still do) tons of glitter jars, all shades of green, blue, purple, fuchsia and silver. To be honest I don't know how I applied it without creating massive fallout, but I certainly ain't capable of doing that anymore. Every time I try to go for a glittery look, most of the jar's content lands on my waterline instead and I refuse to work with a 'dirty base'. In order to continue applying make-up I'd have to wipe the fallout away and that feels wrong to me, it either stays in one spot perfectly right away or it doesn't and I'm too stubborn to go on. The key to working with glitter is a bad-ass glitter glue, which I abused vaseline as 'back in the days'. My kit came with the Liquid Sugar Base, a small brush and eight loose glitters.
The web shop is extremely confusing, so I'll just skip the details (prices, set options), you can check it out yourself if you're interested. I can't judge glitter anyway and I assume there's not much difference between company A's glitter and company B's glitter. Stone me if I'm wrong. Honestly, I still try to figure out how to work with loose glitter pigments, but once I'll make it, I'll show you my awesome skills in an FOTD post *winks* I'm pretty sure Eye Kandy will be at IMATS in Pasadena, I'll just beg them to teach me how to apply glitter in an elegant and not-ripping-my-lids-apart-friendly way.