This is one of my favorite highlighters (Peach Goddess), but...here's the thing. The pan is huge and I think he likes the wow effect of that, but it's super shallow, so it reaches the bottom very quickly, which can cause product to break apart. In terms of formula, it's very buttery and blends well - it has some glitter, so it may not be for everyone. I think PG is a versatile shade because it's not too light or dark.
I was disappointed in this product - I can't believe it costs almost $50 and the first ingredient is a silicone rather than natural oils. I used it for a few days and started breaking out, most likely because it was clogging my pores. I think it will work on my lips to use under a matte lipstick, but I won't use it on my skin again.
This is one of the best tinted moisturizers I've used. I have very sensitive skin and products can irritate my skin easily, but I didn't have a problem with this one. It's not too oily but still moisturizing and mixes well with other makeup. It's also pretty easy to match with your skin tone because it's so sheer. I wouldn't use it if you need a lot of coverage, though.
This didn't work for my hair at all. When I applied it, it made my hair feel wetter than it was to begin with, and it took forever to dry. Also, it wasn't very moisturizing on my hair and the gel cast felt weirdly firm. It also didn't mix well with my products, it seemed like there were some white spots in my hair.
Randomly, this made my hair really dry. I couldn't quite put my finger on which ingredient my hair doesn't like, though. I prefer the Camille Rose moisturizers. You can usually get it on sale on their site, but at Target if you need it quickly. It smells good, though.