Product Review | Kylie Cosmetics Ultra Glow Loose Powder Highlighter
Product Review | Kylie Cosmetics Ultra Glow Loose Powder Highlighter in Fiji ($14, Kylie Cosmetics website)
Product Details (from Kylie Cosmetics' website): Your favorite previously sold out Ultra Glow shades from the Vacation Collection have been revamped and are back as part of Kylie's Fall Collection. The #KylieCosmetics Loose Powder Highlighter single is your secret weapon to create the perfect Kylie glow. Each highlighter single comes with 1 loose illuminating powder highlighter that can be used to recreate Kylie’s favorite looks or customize your own.
Review: This came in a box of products that I purchased during their December sale and forgot about it. I literally set the box down somewhere and while I was decluttering some items in my closet, there it was, sitting on the same spot I put it on almost five months ago.
The box packaging is simple but sleek, typical of some her products. The brand's name is printed on the box. The loose powder highlighter is housed in a small tub/jar that mimics the set up of setting powder containers. Only this one is way smaller, like a travel size, if I am being particular. This shade is in Fiji, which is a soft gold, almost a champagne gold when hit directly by light.
One thing about this product, typical of most loose powders, it is messy. However, it is stunning! The powder is extremely and finely milled. It is super soft to the touch and it melts on the skin due to how fine the powders are. However, it is very pigmented so a little goes a long way. This highlighter sits very nicely on the skin and it is long-wearing.
I know there are many who do not support Kylie Jenner, however, I am only here to review the product itself and not Ms. Jenner. I have purchased quite a few items from her cosmetic line such as eyeshadow palettes, concealers (a holy grail item for me), blush and highlighters. I prefer her eyeshadow palettes (the 9-pan ones), concealers and lip products and this loose powder highlighter than the single pan blushes and highlighters. However, I definitely recommend this loose powder highlighter. It is stunning. I do not have texture issues on my skin but the way it sits nicely on the skin, it seems like it will not accentuate any problem areas if applied properly using a fluffier brush instead of a densely packed one or a sponge.
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