Had I reviewed this product before I found LORAC's Oil-Free Luminizer, I would have given it 5 lippies, but after using that, my rating of NARS drops to 4 lippies. I use this as a highligher, above my browbone, underneath the arch of my eyebrows, on my cheekbones. In the tube, it's a pearly, white color, but when you put it on, it's not too frosty and just gives a nice shimmer. Although it doesn't apply as being white in color, you still need to blend it, and it's a bit hard to blend. I don't really find that this product has great lasting power, but then again, I'm notorious for rubbing/touching my face during the day, so it's probably my fault. However, this seems like this is the first of my makeup (blush, bronzer, or TM) to wear off, which is really annoying. When it's on, it looks great, it's getting it on/getting it to STAY on that's the problem! It's hard to blend because it comes off so easily (on the brush or tissue or fingers), and it's so hard to keep on! I much prefer the liquid versions (like LORAC) than this weird stick/solid form of highlighter.
This doesn't look as good on me as I hoped it would.. I have an oily T-zone, so if I put it there I just look shiny, not glowy. it also doesn't show up very well on my cheeks, but it looks better if I put some blush on top of it. It's a good product, but maybe just not for me.
I thought this would be too cool for me as I have a warm/olive complexion but it is heaven and what I always used for going out. Strangely, this is the only multiple that works for me and the amount will last forever, so well worth the price.
Copacabana is just the most perfect highlighter I've ever tried. It's really easy to use, hard to overdo, and will give you a glow like nothing else! It hasn't broken me out and I am prone to break outs. Put some on your cheekbones, brow bones, inside corner of your eyes and dab a bit on the bones right below your neck and right above your cleavage..is it called the clavicle maybe? The only downside is the price, of course, but the tube will last forever.
The first day I used this, my mom commented how healthy my skin looked! It looks really natural. I put it on my cheekbones, on top of my Angelika blush. Really subtle, and catches light to give face an angelic and healthy sheen
I use this almost everyday; really makes a difference b/c I notice (as well as others around me) how I look brighter and more glowy after using this product. So simple aand clean to apply.
After moisturizing, I "draw" on my cheekbones, lids, and bridge of nose with the product. Then I blend using the back of my fingers or hand (since ur fingertips tend to have more bacteria on it), and then I brush on some loose powder to set it and tone it down, followed by some blush. Voila-- glowy and natural looking beauty. Try it, it works. =)
Love this!!!!! I'm very pale, but my skin can get quite dull at times. I use this as a highlighter on my cheek bones, brow bone, and on the inner eye corner. Glows like crazy!
So I'm ashamed to say that I bought 3 Multiples (copa, Maui and S. Beach) played with them a bit, put them away, and forgot about them for a LONG time. Ran across them in my stash recently, pulled out Copacabana and OMG! THIS is what I've been looking for from all of the powder highlighters I've been purchasing and not liking. I know it's a cliche, but it truly gives my skin that glow-from-within look. And it's SO easy to use -- hard to make a mistake or use too much. I LOVE this and now that I've rediscovered Multiples, I want to get the new Orgasm and Maldives to round out my collection.
Same comments as those I wrote for Portofino Multiple, although I use this one to highlight my cheek bones and eye brow bones. Great product, easy to apply and I can wear them without foundation or primer.
I don't know, I'm not 100% sold on this product...perhaps if I didn't spend 46CAD for it I wouldn't be so critical. I use it as a base for my eyeshadow and sometimes I use it as a highlighter (mostly around the highlighting places, like my cheek bone, temple, etc) to give it a little boost of shine and shimmer. But I'm not sure if it's my colour. I am fair with dark brown hair and brown eyes. I bet it'll look amazing when I get dressed up for a hot date (with my husband!). But for around the house with my kids, it's a bit much. And tho it's a "mutliple" I doubt it'll use it on my cheeks or lips. So again it's a bit expensive just to use as a shadow base.