I’m very excited to finally get to share this review on the Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit. Now I did debate for two days whether I should get both palettes or just one. I didn’t want to take too long on deciding because I didn’t want the item to go out of stock. In the end I made up my mind and only went with one, which is Gleam. I went ahead with my decision and purchased one because I didn’t know if I would love it or not, (If only they sold sample sizes) After about two weeks with this palette, I tested the products out and see how long it lasted on my skin, how pigmented it was and how the colors looked on my skin. In the end I loved this amazing palette. It’s worth the money. I still don’t know if I’m going to the get the other palette because the colors don’t look too appealing like the one I purchased. I feel like this glow kit can be for all seasons, unlike the other which in my opinion looks more summer-y to me. Anyways I hope you all enjoyed reading this post and appreciate the photos I put together. I loved doing the swatches and taking pictures of how they look on the skin. My favorite highlight on this palette is Starburst. Did any of you purchase one of these or both? Or are still deciding to get one? Hope all of you have a wonderful day. See you all on the next post.
Remember to always love yourself and have some confidence.
These colors are pigmented and also buildable to your liking. (The more glow the better).
A little tip, to build up the intensity of these highlights I would recommend using a liquid highlight, (just a little) first, then add the powder highlight on top. While testing the highlights I kept switching up the Nyx illuminator in sunbeam and Benefit Watts up I prefer using those two little methods. These highlights are just a teeny tiny bit chalky which I don’t really mind. But are very soft and smooth.
Get the Glow kit in Gleam, here.
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