Awful product, has horrible chunky glitter throughout. Glitter went out in the 90's Revlon.
No I'm sorry this is terrible. It's an obvious, glittery, unflattering mess. I was excited for this, but I returned it. Too bad
I'm going to have to give this a resounding NO!
I was aiming for glowy, luminous, lit from within, blushed kind of look... The colour this gives is lovely and in doors it looks really nice. Outside, in sunlight, its a different story.
This is capable of turning you into Edward Cullen. You are warned.
If you want really visibile sparkles and glitter on your cheeks, then go right ahead. Sadly I only noticed this product did that in the middle of a date on a really sunny day.
I honestly see no use for this product unless I was wearing it in a dark nightclub.
Woah. I am obsessed with this! I picked it up on impulse at Target the other day and it's one of the best purchases I've made in awhile. The mix of rose golds and pinks is perfect heading into spring and summer. I have been using this daily (for both my work makeup and fun weekend makeup) and I keep getting compliments. I definitely would say this is more of a blush than a highlighter, but it does give a nice shimmer without making you look like you're 13 again and don't know what the heck you're putting on your face.
I absolutely fell in LOVE with this highlighter. It is so pretty. Its got the nicest sublte pink and its a wonderful highlighter. It's a smidge sparkly but not enough to give me the edward cullen effect. I always take my foundation brush and buff everything after so its all good. I use a blush brush, swirl it in and apply and then I add some extra blusher. Be it MAC Pink Swoon or Milani Luminoso...which ever....anything pairs nicely. My face had a nice sheen and I even got a compliment on my youthful skin lol.... I find for the cost $11 CAD its perfect. I have MAC Perfect topping, Becca, The Balm....I like this a bit better cause on me it highlights with a sheen and not a shimmery color. For exapme the balm Mary Loumanizer applies very gold....Perfect topping applies very white. This applies just the right amount. A good bargain buy!
I'm guessing this is a fairly new addition to Revlon as I literally picked this up the other day and it was very clearly advertised as being new. Anyway, I have to say that I am really pleasantly surprised and overjoyed at how much I love this little palette, especially as it was an impulse buy.
First off, I'm not sure why this is advertised as a palette because to me it looks more like a shimmerbrick or shimmer strips that you can get with various other brands like Bobbi Brown or Physicians Formula. Or just a regular blusher, just with various different shades of pink and gold.
I have been finding that ever since the launch of the coveted Naked 3 palette that rose gold has been very much on everywhere and I love it a lot, as I've never really used rose gold shades before but I find that I love them. You can also get this palette in 'Bronze Glow' but as I said recently I have been loving rose gold so I opted for the 'Rose Glow'.
Pretty much you swirl the five shades of pink and gold together and add them to your cheeks. I do think this product works far better as a blusher as opposed to a highlight, as this is way too pigmented to sit on the focal points of the face and look flattering. However as a blush it looks fabulous, I applied it a the apples of my cheeks and blended it back into my bronzer and it made for a healthy looking glow, which is good for me because being pastey white all the time makes my skin look a little dull (blaming the Great British weather for that one)
This is a really great blush if you are looking for a well pigmented blush on a budget.