The following reviews are from our old website, and predate 2015. Items were ranked from 1 - 5.
Add some base to this and you have an instant highlighter in the perfect champagne color.
Mixed with a bit of magnesium myristate, this makes a wonderful highlighter for the eyelids, upper cheeks or neck bones.
This color is exactly as described. It gives my skin a very nice shimmer and sheen. It's very sheer and mixes into the skin quite well. It probably won't work well with darker skin tones, but it will for many of the lighter ones. I gave this a 3, because I have few uses for it.
I use this straight and find it amazingly flattering...the color evens out the eyelid color, the sheerness doesn't accentuate crepiness, etc. and it gives a dewy glow to the lids with just a hint of sparkle; perfect everyday base shadow for mature women!
The job of some micas is to be neutral and pretty enough to be used all the time. If you're looking for just such a workhorse look no further. Draws nice interest without overdoing it.
Makes a beautiful highlight color because of its sheen and its sheerness. I also like using this to add a little kick to blushes, lipglosses, or body lotion. It may look boring, but it's very multi-purpose and plays well with other colors, so give it a try!
This is one of the best highlighter, beautiful color,not too much shimmer. Best for contouring nose and highlighting browbones. If you are looking for a champagne color,get it!
There are three kinds of highlighters I enjoy: matte one (not this one), shimmery pink cool toned (not this one) and shimmery pink but a little warmer beigisher (is that even a word?). If you look for the latter, you've come to the right place.
Hello! This is the perfect color for highlighting Caucasian skintones, however it is not as finely milled as I would like, it does have visible flecks of shimmer interspersed throughout. I would LOVE a suggestion on how to grind this product to have the tiniest particles possible? Or a recommendation for a similar color that's more finely milled already? I understand that this is probably an intentional style but I personally prefer my highlighters to be void of visible flecks. Thank you! TKB Responds: You can't really grind mica too successfully, somewhat but probably not as much as you want. Best to start with a product that is already fine. We would suggest Reflection or Moonlight.