This is a lovely deep pink full of shimmer and sparkle. It is one of Fyrinnae's most sparkling eye shadows. However, the color is actually slightly darker than is shown in their photo. Because of this, it's just a little too dark for me and I have it up for swaps now for anyone interested in this very pretty shade.
My HG SS for nearly 4 years. This product is about $30 at CVS in the States, but it's the best defense against the sun's rays. I wear this to the beaches in San Diego, CA, and my face has yet to lose its fair complexion, even during the summer. It stays on my face even when I go in the water. I'm also very sensitive to acne, and this product never brakes me out. It also somehow decreases the oil on my face. Did I say it's fragrance free? I think that few people understand how to get the best usage out of this product. More is not necessarily better, which is the elegance of this product. The substance is very thick and applies matte. The matte finish lasts throughout the entire day, though I usually wear foundation over it. To apply this product, dab only a pea size dot to your temple, cheeks, nose, and chin. Gently rub the sun screen in round circles and strokes so that it covers the entire face. I formerly used Olay, so the first time I used this I thought I'd need far more product. No surprise my face was white as a ghost the first time. This little 1.7 fluid ounce squeeze tube lasts me nearly the entire year with everyday wear, and for the best protection out there, you have to agree this a good deal. Out of curiosity I tried an LRP liquid formula, but it wasn't nearly as strong as this one with mexoryl in it. EDIT: I found out recently that the active ingredient of this sunscreen avobenzone (parsol 1789) can contribute to redness in sensitive rosacea-prone skin. If this applies to you, you'll have to find another brand of sunscreen because all LRP contain parsol. Read the labels of your sunscreens and check that they are parsol-free and contain zinc oxide instead. Skin Medica is good but only available at a dermatologist. I am researching other zinc oxide sunscreens to use.