Beyond Powder Highlighter
Editor's NotesIllamasqua updates its best-selling baked highlighter in a warm rose-gold shade called 'Dare' that will give your skin a luminous, lit-from-within glow. Finely milled for seamless blending, this lightweight powder is packed with metallic pigments to catch the light from every angle. Focus on applying it to the areas of your face that the sun would naturally hit, like your forehead and nose. - Can be used on the body for a natural glow - Use wet for added definition
Rainbow highlighter 🌈 💚💙
I am a highlighter collector. One of my dream is to collect all colors of highlight. Lol. I've bought pink highlighter palettes of CPB, purple highlighter sticks and pink highlighter palettes of Fenty beauy before. Today, I want to compare two Japanese brands, Shiseido and Illamasqua. Shiseido was bought on Nordstrom's official website, and Illamasqua was bought from Amazon. I have run out of one Shiseido, the color called pk107. This is my second pk107. It should be one of my favorite highlighter. I always wear then under my eyes and on my chin. You can find the blue light under the sun and it has a puffy effect. The blue light can make me look young. It contains a highlighter brush, which is very soft. You don’t need to buy any other brush. SHISEIDO - Luminizing Satin Face Color For Illamasqua,I only used twice. The color is very special green, not too daily and is hard to match. Unless my friends hold a “green party”, all girls decorate themselves as Christmas tree, ok, I can think about this highlighter. ILLAMASQUA - Beyond Powder Highlighter
ILLAMASQUA-Beyond Powder Highlighter
Can I justify spending $70 on a highlighter?
When I saw this highlighter, I fell in love. Truly, madly, deeply – I just knew it needed pride of place in my makeup drawer! The product in question is the Chanel Metal Peach pressed powder highlight: Chanel’s glowy, limited-edition offering in their Holiday 2019 collection. I picked this up late last year and it’s immediately become my favourite highlight to date – my usual go-to shimmers are the Illamasqua Beyond Powder and the ABH Amrezy collaboration palette, but Chanel Metal Peach is a game-changer. In terms of colour – this powder is a light, glowy pinky-peach, that almost feels a little creamy when you apply it. I find that the Illamasqua Beyond Powder can be a bit too bronze on my skin (perfect for holidays when I have a tan, but otherwise, a little too warm); and the ABH Amrezy colour, whilst similar in undertone to the Chanel Metal Peach, tends to fade and wear pretty quickly. It’s definitely buildable which is something I always look for in my highlighters – I tend to use the same product for daytime and night-time, so I need something gentle for work and blinding for evenings! I loved that the Chanel Metal Peach powder didn’t clog my pores or highlight skin texture – there’s nothing worse than chunky highlight that clings to imperfections! It lasts all day on the skin, noticeably glowing from application in the morning all the way to bedtime. I never have to reapply – I glow all day long! Of course, for the $70 price tag that is something you’d expect: this was a little more than I would usually spend on a highlight, but whilst you are (of course) paying for the Chanel name, I definitely think that price is justified in how the product applies and performs – I am truly obsessed and could never go back! The packaging is obviously super-cute and the powder is pressed with a gorgeous, swirled design that makes every application feel like a luxury. If you’re looking for a product that has a beautiful shimmer that lasts all day – plus looks adorable on your dressing table! – the Chanel Metal Peach is a must-have, and worth every penny!
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