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Primer/ Corrector -Butter London -Glazen Face Glow Crystal Multi Tasking Illuminator

on 1/16/2018 11:14:00 AM

The Glazen Face Glow Multi Tasking Illuminator doesn't quite have the same light and fluffy texture as the Glazen Eye Gloss does.  The only way you can benefit from the application of this under foundation is if you are wearing a very sheer liquid foundation.  I applied this under some of my favorite foundations (Bare Minerals BarePro, Dr. Jart Gold Beauty Balm, Urban Decay All Nighter) and under them I couldn't tell that I was wearing any type of illuminating gel underneath. If you tend to wear a more full coverage foundation you will want to apply the Glazen Face Glow over it.  Be careful if you wear powder foundation because that may result in some pilling. I thought it just looked a little too shiny when I applied this over foundation. This Face Illuminator could have been amazing but instead it is just okay. My more detailed review can be seen here:

Eye Shadow -Butter London -Glazen Eye Gloss in Frosted

I don't often say this, but if I could give this shade more than five lippies I would. I love the Glazen Eye Gloss line, but Sparked is above and beyond my personal favorite. I love Oil Slick, Moonshine, and Icing a lot, plus the LE shade Starlight, but Frosted steals the show. I was low key searching for the ultimate rose gold shadow for me, and this is definitely it. It absolutely glows, and it looks so good on its own or paired with shadows in the crease. Like all of the other Glazen shadows I reviewed, it is easy to apply and it wears really well. If you want to try the Glazen shadows but need more daytime appropriate colors than the ever-popular Oil Slick, get Frosted, especially if you're warm toned or if you like rosey, peachy, or pinky eye looks.

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Eye Shadow -Butter London -Glazen Eye Gloss in Spark

Spark is described as "warm sparkling champagne", but to me it is darker than champagne and more of a golden brown. Spark and Moonshine from the Glazen line look kinda similar, but I think that Spark is the warmer of the two, and perhaps a tiny bit darker. It is a really pretty work-appropriate shadow with some extra glam thrown in, and for me it works as a one-and-done all over shade. All of the Glazen Eye Glosses that I have last throughout the day over primer and are so easy to apply.

Eye Shadow -Butter London -Glazen Eye Gloss in Moonshine

I definitely think the description of "cool, sparkling taupe" from Butter London is a bit off the mark, as I see Moonshine as being a medium neutral brown with sparkle. It is a good one-and-done shadow on me, and it lasts all day over primer (TFSI.) It is kinda similar to Spark, but I think Spark is the warmer of the two, so depending on your needs and your undertone you might not want both. I like that this does have discernible glitter that's visible on the lid to give it that extra pop to make it a glam neutral. I use my fingertips to apply this by patting it on and then kinda swishing back over to smooth it out before it dries. The previous reviewer mentioned crepey lids after applying this shade, so maybe the extra smoothing motion is what is keeping that from happening for me.

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Eye Shadow -Butter London -Glazen Eye Gloss in Icing

Icing is described by Butter London as a "cool, sparkling mauve." I'd say that description is fair, but to my eye it looks more like a deeper seashell pink shimmer; I won't argue semantics though. It isn't as light as I like my all over lid shades to be for every day, and it isn't quite dark enough to be a one-and-done shade likes some of the other Glazen shadows are, but it is unique and pretty. I like it with taupe or mauve in the crease for an easy, work-appropriate look. Like the rest of the shadows in the line, it wears really well and the sparkle is truly what makes it worth the money.

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