Let’s quickly go through the colors before we get to the rest.
Applicator – It took me a long while to get the application down to a tee. I finally found the perfect brush to apply these creams. When I apply it using my finger, I get some of the color payoff, but not as much as with the brush. I also find that it does not sit so smoothly on my face when using my fingers. However, the highlighter just does not want to smooth out, whether I use my fingers or my magic brush.
Staying Power – These last quite well on my skin and I have no problems with it breaking up during the course of the day. When I take my makeup off at the end of the day I can see that there is still some left.
Formula – The formula is extremely interesting. When you swirl your finger in the pan you can feel it’s a cream product, but the moment you swatch it or use in on your face it turns into a powder. It’s not sticky at all and has got no fallout. This is such an interesting formula. I prefer the formula of the two blushes over the highlighter, but I am sure that if and when I find the perfect way to apply it the formula will be just as great as the other two.
Color Range – It seems that I am only missing the light pink highlighter. All together there is 4 color in this range. Two blush colors and two highlighting colors.
Where to find – I had a hard time finding them cause they are being discontinued but you can still find them on Red Square and Takealot or maybe try E-bay.
Pricing – These retail for about R40 a pop. It’s not expensive at all, but in the same breath I want to say that although the aren’t bad, they aren’t my first choice either. They do however have their place in a specific routine and then the sure will be handy.
Do you own one or more of these products? If so, let me know what your thoughts were.