Anastasia Beverly Hills Sun Dipped Glow Kit
A collection of four metallic powder highlighters for intense luminosity. Layer shades of Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit, or wear them separately, on the face and body for a radiant glow. Ideal for use with Brush #23.
- Bronzed – Amber with a penny metal finish
- Tourmaline – Warm taupe with a rose gold finish
- Moonstone – Radiant quartz with a pearl finish
- Summer – Luminous sand with a white gold finish
Bronzed, Tourmaline: Mica, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Talc, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Octyldodecanol, Synthetic Wax, Boron Nitride, Dimethicone, Magnesium Myristate, Caprylyl Glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Theobroma Grandiflorum Seed Butter, May Contain/Peut Contenir: (+/-) Iron Oxides (Ci 77491, Ci 77499), Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891) <154296> Summer: Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Talc, Mica, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Octyldodecanol, Synthetic Wax, Boron Nitride, Dimethicone, Magnesium Myristate, Caprylyl Glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Theobroma Grandiflorum Seed Butter, Tin Oxide, May Contain/Peut Contenir:
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Anastasia Beverly Hills Sun Dipped Glow Kit
- "must must buy!! the fact that it sets up my face and i have oil skin so it doesn't smudges " in 883 reviews
YES! Yes! TRIPLE YES! I love a good highlighter and this one is THE BOMB. I got this highlighter as a gift for Christmas and I automatically wanna buy another in case I run out. SUPER pigmented! All of the Anastasia Highlighters have always been my favorites so this is yet another on that list! I use this everyday, either to brighten up my tired face for work at 6am or for a wet look on a Friday night 🔥 this highlighter is the one for me! Anastasia Beverly Hills Sun Dipped Glow Kit (PHOTO is makeup done by me on my sister)
Love. I use it as eyeshadow a lot when I’m doing lighter natural-but-bronze makeup. Otherwise the darker shades are too dark for my cheeks anyway so works out well. It goes on beautifully & it has a good sheen without being sparkly or glittery. Also it’s a cruelty free brand 💜
Purchased at: Sephora
I like this palette it’s not my favorite but it does give you an amazing glow. 2 of the colors are really not for me so I hardly use them but when I do pull out this palette I always get a super blingy highlight.
love the Anastasia Glow Kits. I am a MAC NC 30, so I'd say I'm medium toned and I own the Moonchild, That Glow, Sundipped and Nicole Guerriero Glow Kits. (Separate review of the Nicole Guerriero Glow Kit under the Nicole Guerriero subsection of Influenster. I am not fond of the cardboard packaging because they get damaged quite easily, and they aren't great as display pieces if they are dented. Also another issue I have with these kits is that they don't have mirrors in the packaging, which means they aren't that travel friendly. And I also wish that the Nicole Guerriero glow kit and the moonchild glow kits had removable pans. These highlighters are very blinding and don't over emphasise texture and doesn't cause a lot of skin texture. Use after setting your face for a blinding glow, or before setting spray for a natural glow. If you spray the brush with the highlighter on it will intensify the pigment too. But all the ABH glow Kit highlighters I have tried are very blendable and finely milled. I want them all.The first Glow Kit I invested in was the coveted That Glow glow kit. It is perfect for people with warm toned skin. The packaging is a square cardboard box which is pink to white ombre, with glitter which shows up in the light. The pans are removable which is great for travelling. I have hit pan on dripping in gold and bubbly. Bubbly is described as a pearlescent rose pink with golden undertones. I find this description quite interesting as on my skin it doesn't display any pink tones. Dripping in gold is described as a reflective gold with nude undertones, which I believe is an apt description. Another shade in this kit are sunburst, (bright gold with champagne undertones and a metallic finish) which I often apply over Dripping in Gold and Bubbly, and makes a phenomenal inner corner highlighter. The final shade in this kit is Golden Bronze (Golden Brown hue with a bronze shimmer finish), this shade can be used for a contour topper (for medium skintones) or an eyeshadow. I also sometimes mix it with Sunburst, in order to make it wore wearable as a subtle highlight for me.The Sundipped highlighter is for those with medium to dark complexions I believe. It has similar packaging to the That Glow glow kit, but it has a brown ombre. It contains the shades Bronzed, Summer, Moonstone and Tourmaline. I love the pinky tones of Tourmaline ( a warm taupe with a rose gold finish) I believe that it gives quite a natural glow on my skintone. The shade Moonstone (A peach with a pearl finish) also gives a pink tone to your highlights, however this is more intense that Tourmaline. Summer (A champagne tone with a white gold finish) is very adaptable, it looks phenomenal as an inner corner highlight, a standalone highlight, layered on other highlighters and as an eyeshadow. And I use Bronzed (A copper toned bronze) as a contour topper or an eyeshadow.The final glow kit I own is the moonchild glow kit. This is a glow kit which has six shades in it, which can be described as more colourful than the other glow kits. These are all very reflective shades, and they're very wearable for the more adventurous individuals. The packaging is gorgeous. It has a blue to white ombre packaging with rainbow reflection which is gorgeous! The shades in this kit are Blue Ice, Star, Purple Horseshoe, Pink Heart, Lucky Clover and Blue Moon. In my opinion Star (A moonstone fusion of mint, platinum and silver reflect) is the hardest to use on a medium skin tone because it is very pigmented and comes across as a cool grey toned highlighter. Pink Heart (Pearl white with a pink opal reflect) is arguably the most wearable because the pinkyness of it makes it seem like a blush, and it is the most natural shade in the palette although it is very pigmented and reflective. I don't get a lot of use personally from Lucky Clover (A shamrock-infused gold with canary yellow diamond reflect), because it is green toned, and I don't feel like it suits my skin tone. But it is very reflective and pigmented. In my experience, Purple horseshoe ( A glittering lavender with an arctic blue reflect) is quite a blue toned purple, but it's the most pigmented shade in the palette. Blue Ice (Diamond white with an icy blue reflect) looks white in the pan, but is more blue on the skin in my opinion than Blue Moon (Frozen blue with a silver reflect).
THIS IS MY FAVORITE PALLET FROM ALL THE ANASTASIA PRODUCTS, WHEN I USED THIS PALLET I ALWAYS RECEIVE GOOD COMMENTS ABOUT MY MAKEUP , HAVE RECOMMEND IT TO A LOT OF FRIENDS WHO LOVE THIS PALETTE NOW,BERY RECOMMENDED FOR EVERYDAY AND FORO NIGHT MAKE UP
This was my first glow kit from Anastasia and my first highlighters from her company as well, and let me just say these highlighters blew me away when I first bought them. I love how they’re not chunky and glittery but they’re shiny and blinding! I think this highlighter palette is definitely better for darker skin tones but if you have a lighter skin tone you can definitely buy this as well. there are two shades (tourmaline and bronzed) which are a little bit darker and may not be flattering on lighter skin tones but you can always use them as eyeshadows! I love to use those during the summer when I’m nice and tan, I look amazing and I have a pretty medium skin tone. I live somewhere where it’s sunny year round right near the ocean so this palette is definitely good for every day use for me because of where I am from. I recommend it to everyone though, it has shades that are very light and can be used during winter and it also shades that are very dark so no matter what time of the year it is, this highlighter palette is perfect for whatever and whenever!
Something about this palette really didn't work for me. Yes, there is a massive amount of product in there for a very generous price, but it's just not worth it. Something quite strange happened to me when I tried to use this palette. I attempted to apply the shade "Summer" using my Real Techniques Setting Brush. The powder would not pick up on the brush whatsoever. Very little powder was on my brush, it just created a bit of kick up in the pan. I thought the brush was an issue, so I tried using an Anastasia Beverly Hills A23 Large Diffuser Brush #23 brush instead. I figured it would work, since it was by the same brand. That brush was a little better, but it still wasn't working well. At this point, I was convinced that the shade "Summer" was the issue, not the brush. But I went through very similar processes with both "Tourmaline" and "Moonstone." I did not try the fourth shade (I think it's called "Bronzed") because it's much too deep for my skin. I've never had that issue with any other highlighters, or cheek products at all, for that matter. But because of how popular the ABH Glow Kits are, I was very disappointed by the quality. On top of the issue I had with the product not picking up, by the time I managed to actually get product onto my face, it was so glittery. If you're into that style of highlighter, go for it, but I prefer a smoother formula and found the glitter very irritating. I'm not sure if the issue was just the Sun Dipped version or if I happened to purchase a "dud," but I was not impressed and would recommend that you proceed with caution when purchasing.
This glow kit is PERFECTION. The Sun Dipped kit comes with four highlighting shades ranging on a gradual scale of light to dark. Each one is beautiful and perfectly pigmented. Being fair-skinned, I thought these might be the wrong shade/color spectrum for me but to my surprise they work great with my skin tone. I really love them all, but you can see by looking at my kit that I particularly favor two of them: I love using the lightest shade, Summer, on the tip of my nose, inner corners of my eyelids and just a touch on my Cupid’s bow. The medium-dark shade, Tourmaline, goes on beautifully over my bronzer and blush, and just a touch adds a lot of depth and glow. These two shades have become a part of my daily routine. I love to play with the others, Bronze, the darkest shade and Moonstone, the medium-light shade, when I feel like changing up my look.
In my picture, I used Summer, Tourmaline and Bronze #NoFilterNeeded!
In my picture, I used Summer, Tourmaline and Bronze #NoFilterNeeded!
To start off, my skin is very pale and I typically go for the lightest shade of foundation a collection has. With that being said, I can wear all three shades in this pallet except for the bronzed one. I typically use the bronze color in the pallet as an eyeshadow and it looks amazing for that use as well. I think this pallet can suit all different types of skin tones and sits on the skin flawlessly. I use it all the time and get compliments that my skin is glowing...so it looks like a glow from within. This can be buildable without looking chalky, I usually take my beauty blender and setting spray and push it into the skin for an even more natural appearance. It can go straight onto bare skin as well which I love for the days when I don't want to wear makeup but want a healthy skin look.
Love these highlighters! They blend in with my skin tone and are very shimmery for a popping highlight! Very easy to apply and blend as the palette is very pigmented. I would definitely recommend this product as a little goes a long way so it lasts a long time!Anastasia Beverly Hills Sun Dipped Glow Kit
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I have been trying to get this glow kit but a lot of people tell me that they are not pigmented ? Can someone help me out
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