While it works well under makeup, I mostly use this as a highlighter on no makeup days. Looks beautiful and glory, and extremely natural. Makes foundation and concealer look really smooth and glowy, and the packaging is gorgeous.
Good amount of pigment and very smooth. The only thing is that if you have thick brows, this might be a little difficult to use since it’s so soft and thin. I sometimes have a hard time since I personally have thick brows, but it’s easy to get the hang of.
Pretty good blush. It blends nicely and is buildable, which is good if you have a heavy hand and have a hard time toning things down. It lasts a good amount of time for a drugstore blush. Berry Amore is not a berry toned blush at ALL. People keep saying it’s berry toned and it 100% is not. It’s more of an orangey pink color.
Really good for minimal makeup days, but not so much for full glam. Since they are cream blushes, they do not mesh very well with powder. The shade So Peachy is really cute, and applies nicely with fingers.
Pretty good for a beginner. I used to think this was the prettiest highlighter ever, but now that I’ve use other products, I don’t love it as much. It’s too powdery for my taste and sits on the skin a little weird. With that being said, it does still have a good amount of flow and I adored it when I first started with makeup. If you are someone who doesn’t really use highlighter but wants to start, this is a good choice.
This highlighter is stunning. Really smooth and buttery, and so satisfying to apply. I spray my face with setting spray and apply this with my finger and it’s great. Really reflective and not too glittery, plus it kind of gives the skin that wet look.
REALLY glittery. If you don’t like glitter, don’t even think about getting this. I don’t mind glitter, and this is a beautiful highlighter. Not only is the color really beautiful, but so is the glitter. Up close, the glitter has a few blue and silver reflects, but not so much that it looks crazy. This highlighter is CRAZY reflective. I find that most of my highlighters can only really be seen in direct light, but not this one. Looks blinding even in low light. I will say, because it is baked, I recommend applying with a finger over setting spray.