- Illuminating powder in four harmonious shades can be used individually or together on the face, cheeks and body for a luminescent radiance.
- Multi-hued radiance.
I have totally forgotten the price and I think I got it from “nonpareil boutique” I believe through a friend who got me some things from the US. I have still been playing around with them and decided to review this one as I have used it enough, only to arrive at the decision that its nothing great! I saw some other nice shades on IMBB and totally felt those were softer and more pigmented while mine was such a chalky disaster. Why Oh God! :headbang:
There are four pretty peachy-pinks in there which I thought would be lovely sheen ones and very soft to apply. As it turned out, the shades are quite overlapping, not so soft with minimal sheen, chalky and everything else. I don’t know how these are supposed to be with the other shades, but that was the case with mine.
I quite like the shades in there, nice pink and very wearable indeed, individually or together. Now, there may be one mistake I must have made of using them with finger tips and then blending them with the brush. I realized later that these are hard enough and some colour can be picked up using a blush brush or a large round face brush. When I tried using these with the brush, some colour did turn up on the cheeks as a lovely blush.
The colour feels very hard, not smooth and chalky. They are not pigmented at all, you can see from the swatches on the fingertips. I had to rub the colours hard to get the amount of colour that you see. As such, they are light peachy pinks, and then not pigmented enough means hardly any colour would show up on the cheeks.
Now that you see that its not pigmented, I feel newcomers to blush can try this one out. I can use it carelessly during the day as I know not much colour in some deeper hue will show up. I always have a nice peachy pink and nothing dark when I use this with a blush. I don’t think the colors can be built up much.\
I don’t find much use of the colours individually as I find them light and similar. I use them all over as a blush and nothing more. Since they don’t show up much, they last for an hour or two, so boring! Best used with a brush which will still give you a hard time to pick the color up.
Last Word on Wet n Wild Megaglo Illuminating Powder: 347 Spotlight Peach:
I was expecting much more from this one, very light, not pigmented, chalky, not smooth, not buildable, makes for a light day blush and nothing else. The Wet n Wild Berry Shimmer I reviewed is just the opposite, very soft and pigmented and smooth for a blush. I would rather buy those and not these, quite disappointing.
2.6 on 5
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