I have this in Radiant Light and Dim Light (already reviewed Dim). Radiant Light was the first of these powders that I bought, based on the reviews I read and based on the fact that MUAs tend to reach for Radiant Light *first* as soon as they see a black woman at the counter. (I've noticed this with at least two other friends I've taken to the Hourglass counter.)
Anyway, I like Radiant Light but find it a little too sparkly for daytime wear. Having said that, it does make me look nice.
I took one of my friends to the Hourglass counter at Liberty - she's lighter than me (probably a MAC NC44 for reference with golden undertones) - and the MUA used Radiant Light on her. Bearing in mind that this was around 8pm in the evening, my friend wasn't wearing makeup and, frankly speaking, wasn't looking particularly fresh. After applying Radiant Light, my friend looked completely transformed. Her skin glowed but wasn't overly sparkly. She looked fresh and, just nice. Now, my friend isn't a makeup person *at all* and really has no clue. She likes to avoid powders and foundations as they make look 'artificial'. She was very impressed by this. She didn't buy it as the price was a little steep for her, but she made a mental note for a future splurge.
Back to me. As I have previously said - I like Radiant Light on me, but have reserved it for special occasions as the sparkle bothers me a little. Dim Light is my go-to daily finishing powder and makes me look fabulous, if I'm totally honest.
When I lost my Dim Light at a wedding (I think someone stole it, tbh, because they saw how fabulous I looked), I was devastated. Once I got over it, I ordered a replacement online (I was abroad) and my beloved Dim Light was waiting for me when I returned.
As for Radiant Light - yeah, I'd repurchase. But I probably don't have to as it will probably last me a lifetime.