This was my first and only makeup buy from Lush. I don't see Lush as much of a makeup brand, and my expectations weren't terribly high (sorry, Lush!), but, even though I won't repurchase this highlighter for the reason below, I was pleasantly surprised by it:
The highlighter is one of the most beautiful I've seen, with a holographic-like shine that changes from rosy to champagne colour, which would make it suitable for all undertones. The base, which looks scary-white in the pot, absorbs into the skin completely, without leaving any cast, stripes or unblended edges - just a transparent sheen. For that reason, I expect it to work for a variety of skin tones, not just "Snow Whites" as it might first seem.
What makes this different from other highlighters is that it's formulated like a moisturizer, with cocoa butter, almond oil, jojoba oil, etc. In a way, since we have such an explosion of highlighters on the market, I am glad that we have something different, and I can see how a more natural option would appeal to some people. However, this is where my problem comes in: if you think what would happen if you put moisturizer on top of the foundation, you can imagine what happens when you try to dab this on top of the makeup - it melts, smears and goes blotchy. For the same reason, people who are prone to clogged pores may want to be careful with it.
It still works well mixed with or on top of a moisturizer (and I can still see it under a light foundation), and those who use a tinted moisturizer or Lush's own "skin supplements" might have a better luck with it. (And if you don't wear any base makeup, this looks fantastic on bare skin.) But if, like me, you're looking for a versatile highlighter that works under/over/mixed with a foundation, I'd look elsewhere.