“Triple Baked Obsession – by the lovely people in the I ♡ Makeup factory – made in a 3D Heart shape!
Highlighter – Pure Light, to capture everyone’s Heart.”
That’s the only description they had on Makeup Revolution Store. Honestly, I have no idea what that meant. It didn’t give me the slightest idea of what this might be in actual life, but reading great reviews about this highlighter by other bloggers, I had high hopes for it.
With the idea in mind, I found out that my friend, Umaima (The owner of Dudette’s Talk.), was about to order Goddess of Love from Daraz.pk, and I jumped the opportunity, and soon got my hands on it.
Mica, Talc, Dimethicone, NYLON12, MAGNESIUMALUMINUM SILICATE, Phenoxyethanol, Propylparaben
MAY CONTAIN(+/-:)CI77891,CI77861,CI 77491，CI 77510
Packaging: The highlighter comes in a regular box with the brand’s title on the front inside a heart written in purple-fuchsia metallic sheen, and pasted on the top of the heart on a round sticker as well. In another heart is the shade of the highlighter on the back (which was way off for me).
The original highlighter is heart shaped, with the actual product in 3D (which is a nice effect, to be honest), and the actual packaging is made of card box, I believe. The upper lid mimics the outer box. The pan with the 3D highlighter in it is of gold packaging. On the back is written the brand’s name, highlighter’s name and other details.
Quality: The highlighter itself is smooth to touch (not as smooth as Mary Lou-manizer, but not chunky either). It is of decent quality.
There is no harsh smell at all.
There is no glitter in it, but it does have quite some sparkle, but not in a bad way, though it looks a bit frosty on the cheek.
The highlighter has pink undertones (which was a huge turn off for me), but the texture itself is nice to use. The only thing I didn’t like about this highlighter was the shade. It is said to be of champagne hue, but it has serious bright baby pink tones and it just doesn’t look flattering on me or my clients. It is not really suitable for people with yellow undertones, and according to Bobbi Brown, most people have yellow undertones. But if I do get a client with cool undertones, I would use this highlighter on her and I’m sure it would look flattering.
But just because it doesn’t make me look like a goddess when applied to the high points of my cheeks, doesn’t mean that I have no use for it.
How I Use it: I use it on my eyes. As my eyelid color when I’m going for a subtle look, on the inner corners or my eyes and sometimes on the brow bone (just a touch). But to be honest, I don’t think that I would need such a big pan for my eyes. This hue can be found on many eye shadow palettes. But still, to find a use for it, I think I found a pretty good lid shade with brown smoked out corners.
Will I buy it Again? No. I’m not sure if I’d be able to finish this one either.
Do I Recommend this? Not to my girls with Desi Skin. At all. If you have cool undertones, this would look very stunning on you, but if you have yellow undertones and have honey hued skin, this is not for you. I would recommend this to the girls who would like a bright eyelid hue.
- Nice eyelid hue
- Cute packaging
- creamy Texture
- No fall out
- Nicely pigmented
- Great for girls with pink undertones
- Not for Desi skin tone
- Frosty on the cheeks
I would base my rating on the quality not on the fact that the shade didn’t work out for me, for it’s in my knowledge now that they have launched Golden Goddess for girls with yellow and gold undertone.
Four out of Five stars!
Price and Availability: I got mine from Daraz.pk! You can easily get it online for Rs. 850!
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