Hilite Copper
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Our family of Hilites are all white-appearing powders which have a "hilite" of a unqiue hue (gold, orange, red, green, violet, or blue). Hilite colors are also known as "interference" or "splendid" colors

  • Ingredients: Mica (77019), Titanium Dioxide (77891), Tin Oxide (778161).

  • The following reviews are from our old website, and predate 2015. Items were ranked from 1 - 5.

     This is a light copper shimmer that is absolutely gorgeous. This is an extremely warm color that would work well on just about every skin tone. I use this color all the time as a highlight color on my browbone. Love it!

     especially gives life to flat-looking DARK colors like very dark muted brown colors, gives them a whole new life and make them perfect for nighttime wear

     I am actually an artist blending micas into paint mediums. This particular hilite is rather striking.   The color is more of an aged copper look.  If you want a shiny new penny look,  try blending a little red hilite in.  Check out my blog at www.jtbmetaldesigns.com

     and that is only one of its many uses, this is a beautiful color, i can not think of a color it would not mix with. shines like a new penny.

     Beautiful!!! Comes close to MAC vanilla pigment. A favorite. I will order more interference colors knowing how beautiful this one is...cant go wrong! A great multipurpose product!

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Hilite Copper has a rating of 5.0 stars based on 6 reviews.

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