68% would repurchase
on 2/18/2018 6:13:00 PM
More reviews by Leftwing34
I used a sample of this for about three weeks after a makeover at Sephora. I'm usually not a glitter girl, but I really like the shimmer I get from the nude shimmer shade. I've worn it alone and as a primer under my eye shadow. Depending the shadow I wear, sometimes the shimmer shows through a bit. I went ahead a bought the full size product. It's easy to apply and makes a nice base for my shadow. It comes in a tube with a sponge tip applicator.
on 2/14/2018 7:46:00 AM
More reviews by skelsey
I use this over the top line of my black pencil liner to sort of smudge it and give my eyes a bit of shimmer w/out looking too glittery
on 2/13/2018 12:35:00 PM
More reviews by noBSbeauty
The new Sephora Collection Holographic Face and Cheek Palette is a nicely pigmented three-pan blush and three-pan "transformer" AKA highlighter palette. The blush shades are very beautiful and can also be used as eyeshadow. The highlighter shades can be used to layer over the blush or just as a touch of highlighter. Some of the shades can be a little bold for daytime on the cheeks but could easily be used as eyeshadow. This wears well, is very buildable, and lasts all day, although if using on the eyes use an eyeshadow primer. Well work picking up if you are looking for some beautiful blushes or highlighters. This isn't actually holographic so don't purchase it solely for that reason. My review and full swatches can be seen here:
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on 2/9/2018 10:51:00 AM
More reviews by Bubica70
I think these are quite charming and versatile for the price ($10 Canadian), and the formula itself holds its own against higher end brands (Mac, Dior, Bite Beauty, Marc Jacobs). They're made in Italy--perhaps they share facilities with a higher make but don't quote me. Anyhow, I bought my mother First Class (a vibrant tangerine-red) and I own Matinee (a muted browned plum-red), but my favorite amongst the lot is A Little Magic, a glorious true red in a matte formula that veers towards more of a satin finish; it applies very smoothly but holds up wonderfully, especially with a little pencil here and there after application to "hold" the colour inside the lipline. I infinitely prefer it to my Besame Victory Red, which has a similar color effect but veers towards smeary and gritty. Packaging is intriguing (photo-printed cardboard) but the inside plastic tube is cheap and not terribly secure--the bullet of my first lipstick came unstuck within the week. No biggie--I popped out and bought a new one and use the other with a brush. Would gladly try other shades in the line although some (there's a hideous frosty pink in the mix) are a bit of a stretch. Nonetheless, these are a fun addition to the Sephora house brand.
on 2/8/2018 8:53:00 AM
More reviews by Glitterbear
I have this is 74 walking in the sand. its a nude shade with spects of gold glitter. This can be used as a base, on its own I find it quite plain. Not sure why perhapes I prefer more pigmentation for this.This shade is suitable if you want a subtle make up look.
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