I'm sure many make-up hoarders out there will understand my situation. You forget that you have a vast amount of make-up hidden away in your make-up drawer, that sometimes you may neglect some products. This was one of them -_-.
Today I will be reviewing the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette.
Now, many people have mistaken these as highlighters, (they can be if you want) but their main purpose is to be a finishing powder. These finishing powders are suppose to help soften and diffuse the way light reflects on your skin. Sounds strange doesn't it?
The finely milled powders are used to help refine the appearance of your complexion, and is suppose to basically make your skin look glowy and flawless.
I found the palette to be on the pricey side ($67 CAD), but a little does go a long way. You don't need much of the product to apply all over your face, unless you want to look like a powdery mess.
I love using dim light all over my face, though it appears to be way light for me. It blends out quite nicely and works great with my favourite setting powder. I don't highlight my face much, but when I do, incandescent light works great above my cheekbones. Radiant light is pretty tan/orange for some, but for me, it works wonderfully for adding dimension to my bronzer, when I feel it's looking a bit flat.
Are you a fan of Hourglass products?