COVID-19 Measures at Eco Glitter Fun.

Eco Glitter Fun are committed to caring for the health and safety of our employees, partners and customers. Here are the measures that we are taking to ensure that we are adhering to COVID-19 regulations.


Stay safe and get your guilt-free SPARKLE on!


NOTE: These rules are subject to change, in line with evolving government guidelines. If you are unsure or notice something out-of-date please contact us.

Employees of Eco Glitter Fun


  • Employees are temperature checked before work each day

  • Employee are not to work if feeling unwell

  • Regular sanitation of work spaces

  • 2m distancing and mask wearing when team members who aren't in the same bubble interact. 


Glitter Artists for Events


At events we will apply the following measures: 


  • All Glitter Artists will have completed BARBICIDE  COVID-19 Certification Course 

  • Track and trace will be requested of all customers

  • Glitter Artists will wear PPE in accordance with the latest government requirements

  • Glitter Artists will use one brush per person

  • After each use the brush will be sanitised using saloncide products, which are Tested to EN Standards BS EN1276, BS EN14476 & EN1650 against Bacteria, Fungi & Viruses

  • Plenty of hand santizer will be available for use by customers.


For more information on hiring a glitter artist for your special event. Explore our hiring services here


Eco Glitter Artist Training


At every workshop we will apply the following measures:


  • Temperature checks will be carried out prior to the course starting

  • Small classes of six

  • Training stations will be suitably distanced from each other, in accordance with current government guidelines

  • Masks to be worn during close contact periods

  • All trainees will learn the newly implemented COVID-19 procedures in addition to the usual syllabus 

  • Regular hand washing and sanitising of hands.


Our Eco Glitter training is still taking place if you want to improve your glitter skills! Check availability here