I actually purchased these highlighters quite a while ago but haven’t gotten around to doing a review on them. I did a review on the e.l.f. baked blush in “pinktastic” here and even though it is labelled a blush, it is definitely a beautiful affordable highlight! This review is on the shades “Moonlight Pearl” and “Blush Gems”.
The packaging of these highlighters are the same as the baked blushes; the dome shaped baked product is housed in a very simple packaging with a see-through lid, which is great because you don’t need to open the lid to see the shade. As you can probably tell, “Moonlight Pearls” (on the left) is not dome-shaped and that is because it broke off during shipping; this happened twice as I ordered another one as well.
When I hear about a baked product I automatically think “dry” and “not pigmented” but this isn’t the case with these highlighters. Similar to the baked blush I mentioned above, these are buttery and very pigmented. However, I think that the baked blush has a better formula (more buttery and pigmented) but these are not far behind.
“Moonlight Pearls” is on the left and “Blush Gems” is on the right.
Moonlight Pearls is a very light champagne/ almost white shade and Blush Gems is a light rose gold shade. Both are extremely shimmery and last a decent amount of time before fading away.
Comment below and let me know what your favourite highlighter is currently!
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