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Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush Palette


I've tried one of their Ambient Lighting Powders in Diffused Light and it was about time I finally got my hands on the limited edition blush palette. But, with stunning packaging and an amazing product like that? It's pretty pricey. Fear not, for there's always coupon codes and January sales. (Or add it onto your wishlist and leave it laying around for people to see and get the hint). But onto the review. 

The blushes still use the same concept as the powders, except they've added pigment to create a natural, multi-dimensional flush to the cheeks. When a product is this expensive, you have to decide whether it's worth the price tag. This palette, infact this brand, are 100% worth it in my eyes, 

Shades: 10 Luminous Flush - A champagne Rose blush with a candlelit glimmer, 
Incandescent Electra - A cool peach blush with a mix of celestial glow,
Mood Exposure - A soft plum fused with mood light to brighten the complexion. 
Sound beautiful right? Right. Versatile shades for lots of skin tones. 
Packaging: 10 Gold, sleek, luxurious, well made, sturdy.
Price£56 (although I found a discount code which I'll try and find one that's now valid) for the palettes, although for one full size blush it's £28.
Availability: 9 Only available online (for my area) which isnt a problem for me as I do a lot of online shopping.
Performance: 10 Amazing product, lasts a long time, blends well and is pigmented enough that it doesn't make you look like a scary clown.
Size: 8 They're 3.3g each, where as the full size blushers are 4.2g.
Collection: 9 there's 6 shades in the collection, all with the beautiful lighting powder intertwined with the blush. Dim Infusion, Diffused Heat, Ethereal Glow, Luminous Flush, Mood Exposure and Radiant Magenta - there's a great mix of pale pinks to mauves to bright magentas. A collection perfect for any skin tone. They give such a stunning glow to the complexion whilst still adding a natural flush of colour. 

Have you tried any Hourglass products? 

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