Hilite Red
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Our family of Hilites are all white-appearing powders which have a "hilite" of a unique 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.

    I mainly use this in my blushes. It adds nice red shimmery effects to it. Also helps thin out the shades too which is nice when you try to make red-shaded blush that is not too intense.

    so pretty in a blush, especially pink blushes for people who are afraid of a straight up red blush, also gives a nice sheen and glow to the cheeks.. very pretty on the eyes when added to more apricot-ish shades... 

    I made a lipstick with this product. Using it over any of my lipstick colors it will give me numerous colors and hues. So much fun, big surprise very time I use it over another color.

      I like adding this over my lip color and to highlight the brow bone.

     By itself it is faintly but adds great redness to other hues.  Check out my review of hilite copper.  www.jtbmetaldesigns.com

    J Bosh

    I can not imagine making cosmetics without this color . Great in lipsticks but my favorite use for Hilite Red (or orange and gold) is in face powders for a glow for fair complected skin. I refuse to use bronzers as I am too fair complected but this is perfect for a nice powder that just has a special glow.  

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Hilite Red has a rating of 4.7 stars based on 6 reviews.

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