This shade is a bit dark for me but I like it very much. Blends well. Lots of color. I would prefer a different packaging though.
I actually hated this product. I watched reviews that said that once you get past the waxy layer, it is a good product. Even from the beginning, I got OK color pay off but I find that I never use this product. I dont like the colors seperately or mixed together. I suppose that its a good all in one product but the packaging is cheap, the product easily dents, and it just doesn't work the way its supposed to. For $3.99, I don't really mind spending that much. However, its going to end up in the trash soon. Not worth repurchasing.
I really like this. It is a good product. This is a cheaper alternative to the Physician's Formula shimmer strips. You can use it as blush, bronzer, highlighter, eyeshadow, and even lipstick if you mix it gloss.
This product is a HG product for me. It works as a blush, bronzer and highlighter all in one. It can also be used as an eyeshadow. I also have this product in Catwalk Pink (see my review, please. :D) but I much prefer this color for my skintone. It also has a lot less sparkle than Catwalk Pink. This little gem has a peachy pinky bronze shimmer strip, a plummy mauve strip, a darker plummy wine strip, and a dark peachy pinky bronze strip. With Catwalk Pink, I used the center colors on my cheeks and just lightly dusted the golden bronze colors across my forhead, cheekbones and jawline (in the "3" motion), but with Strike A Pose Rose, I just swirl my brush around in it and use it on my cheeks, and then go back over the bronze shades for my "3" sweep. The packaging is durable but not the greatest. I will repurchase this as long as it's made. :D I hope to one day get my hands on the peach one!
I bought this powder last year or the year before and I'm still using it. The colour is great for winter! I love it and it stays on all day and just gives that perfect pink cheek, very natural even on my skintone!
The only flaw is that it brought while in my make-up bag. It left a huge mess and now I have to keep it in one place to be able to use it because it's broken.
I suppose that's not a flaw of this specific product, it's a flaw of all pressed powders.
1-2 years after purchase, I'm still using it!
This is marked as a blush/highlighter, however since I am very fair (NW10-15), I use this as a bronzer for when I am doing warmer looks. Really warms up my complexion, especially in the winter. Definitely a great value from Wet N Wild. I like to pair this with red and orange lipsticks too. Almost a drugstore dupe for Tarte's Park Ave. Princess. I really like this for when I am NW20 : ) Has a touch more red in it than I like, which is why it's better for when I have a tan.
Nice! Good color with subtle shimmer. Definitely worth the price.
This is a nice highlighter, it is not to shimmery on my skin. The price is great, I own a similar one from cargo and this product is just as good and it isn't as glittery or as pricey. For me it is a keeper and I will repurchase this again.
This one is a little dark for me (I am very fair; I prefer Catwalk Pink.) It is very richly pigmented, which is perhaps the reason that it doesn't work all that well on me. The stripes do come together in a really pretty, harmonious way, but if you are fair this product probably isn't the best for you.
This is the best bronzer anyone could buy for 3.00.
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Pros - great pigmentation / color payoff. the four color stripes swirled together help great a beautiful glowing bronze look. moderate shimmer. it definitely creates more of a luminous sheen. the price.
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Cons - nada.
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Overall - as long as you use this bronzer sparingly on your face you won't look muddy. I actually prefer to swipe Mac Comfort over my face and then blend Strike a Pose Rose into my cheeks as a blush. For reference I'm NW 20. In a pinch these colors can also be used as a light eye shadow.