You may remember last year’s Mac Illustrated by Julie Verhoeven.…
I know what you’re thinking, and YES… the Anastasia Beverly Hills x Nicole Guerriero Glow Kit can work for us fair skin tone ladies too! Despite the shades looking a bit darker, at least three shades can be used as cheek highlight (four if you’re a light/medium). Seriously though, these can be used for much more than your cheekbones.
“A palette with six, metallic powder highlighters for intense luminosity.”
Compared to the original Glow Kit quads, there are a few differences. The NG Glow Kit has 6 pans at 4.5 g each. The quads are 7.4g each AND the pans are easily removable. The finish on these are different too, they are more metallic (like the Sweets kit) vs. the original quad pan have more of a shimmer finish.
Don’t let the metallic finish scare you though. There is no fallout and these are not chunky at all. They are smooth as butta like the originals.
– Kitty Kat (pink with a platinum shimmer)
– Daydream (coral with white gold shimmer)
– Forever Young (pink pearl with silver shimmer)
– Forever Lit (platinum with lavender shimmer)
– Glo Getter (champagne with rose shimmer)
– 143 (rose gold with bronze shimmer)
I also wanted to share that these shades are unique in the Glow Kit fam. Kitty Kat is like if Starburst and Taffy had a baby. Plus here you can see the difference in finish: Taffy and Kitty Kat have the metallic/foil finish vs. Starburst has the original shimmer finish.
I am also really, really excited with how Forever Young looks on my skin. See, I LOVE Tourmaline but it’s a touch too dark for my Winter fair skin.
Wearing Forever Young on my cheekbones and Daydream on my lids. Both applied dry, but if you spritz your brush in setting spray first, you can get a super, duper foiled look.
Grab the Anastasia x Nicole Guerriero Glow Kit while you can. It’s LE and you know it will be gone, baby, gone soon.
Check out Chelle’s review of this Glow Kit as well. She did face shots of every shade!