To celebrate the Ministry of Sound pool party in the villa, all of the contestants got their brightest neon accessories out of their suitcases and the girls bedazzled their faces with the shimmery eyeshadow.
Georgia is known for wearing glitter around her eyes almost every evening, but Thursday night’s episode saw all of her female co-stars sparkling as well.
And fans were dying to know how they could get their hands on the shimmery stuff.
“Whatever glitter these lot have on their eyelids is so pretty!” praised one ITV2 viewer, while another said: “I love how the girls have matching glitter creases. That’s what you call a sisterhood!”
“Is anyone else confused as to why they all the girls have the same copper smokey eye? And does anyone else want to know where the glitter is from?” wrote a third.
So we’ve done some hunting for the sparkling eyeshadow, and this is how you can recreate the look.
Revolution Glitter Bomb
The shade Last Dance of this £4 glitter pot looks almost identical to the one Samira Mighty and Dani Dyer were wearing.
Using adhesive glue on the area of your preference, jazz up your makeup by simply using a makeup brush to effortlessly sweep the glitter on.
Revolution Pressed Glitter Eyeshadow Palette Abracadabra
Revolution’s brightly-coloured palette comes in a variety of shades, with a hot red, a pretty pink and a blood red the most similar shades to those the girls were wearing on Love Island.
The palette is just £10 and includes nine festival-perfect shades.
Rimmel Wonder’swipe Liner and Shadow
Rimmel – who are the beauty sponsors for Love Island this year – have a selection of glittered two-in-one liners in an array of colours.
To recreate the Love Island ladies’ look, sweep the £6.99 product across your lids and smudge it with your finger.
However, if you’d prefer a more subtle look, simply sweep a neat line above your lashes.
Love Island continues weekdays at 9pm on ITV2.