- Product Dimensions: 3 x 7 x 9.2 cm
- Item model number: 044386062412
- ASIN: B00HWFCJJ6
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 25 June 2014
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #56,758 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips All-in-1 Custom Nude Palette for Face & Eyes - 6241 Warm Nude
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Description for Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips All-in-1 Custom Nude Palette for Face & Eyes -
>Create a gorgeous glow with the Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips All-in-One Custom Palette for Face and Eyes. It comes with eye shadows, eyeliners, a bronzer, a blush and a highlighter. Also included is a mirror, a how-to guide and applications. This 6241 warm nude palette is non-comedogenic, so it won't clog pores.
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And ladies, let me tell you that this little compact is one of the best highlighters I have tried. For reference, I am usually some type of beige/naturally beige, sand color (about 2-3 shades darker than ivory). The darker colors may be intimidating, or maybe the pinks might be turning you off to this product, but honestly, if you swirl your brush into the entire pan, it gives you a beautiful golden highlight that I can see suiting light/medium- dark skin tones (might be a tad too dark for light skin tones). If you don't want to do that, that's the beauty of the separate colors, because you can just swirl your brush into the section that you want. Most days, I find myself reaching for the top left corner of the 4 lighter shades to highlight my cheekbones. This highlighter does have the ability to be that beaming, seen in another universe highlight (just spritz any type of setting spray on to your brush). But it also can give you a soft, "glow from within" glows, that looks truly magnificent. It does not emphasize the texture on your face as much as some highlighters, and truly just gives such a soft, luminous look that is perfect for your everyday makeup routine.
For comparison, I'll compare some drugstore and high end highlighters to this product
-Wet n' Wild MegaGlo: this one is a bit more "beaming", but in a harsh way if you have any type of texture on your face. It will emphasize texture.
- Elf baked highlighters (moonlight pearls): This one is the most comparable, but the Physicians Formula gives you a softer glow.
-Essence "Be my highlight": this highlight is less beaming than the Physicians Formula one (although it can be built up to quite a glow), I would say that I love both these products equally, but for different reasons since the Physicians Formula one does give me a bit more glow which is great for quick makeup days, and gives me a little more variety of colors
-Becca (Opal, Champagne Pop, Prosecco Pop): This one is on a different level in terms of a beaming highlight. If you want that highlight that you can see from the moon, this guy's your best friend. However, I do find that it's a little too much for the every day makeup and does emphasize texture, so I do prefer the Physicians Formula one over this.
-Mary Lou Manizer: This one is also a beautiful highlight (hence why it's a cult favorite), but it does emphasize more texture than the Physicians Formula one, although it does have more reflectiveness to it.
-Anastasia Glow Kits (any): Once again, it's more reflective/beaming, much like the Becca ones (although it is about a level down in terms of glow than the Becca ones), but it does emphasize texture for this reason.
Overall, I recommend the Physicians Formula highlighter because it gives you such a beautiful, soft, 'glow from within' look and it does emphasize a lot less texture on your face than a lot of highlighters on the market. For the amount of color options you get (you can use these as eyeshadows too, they look great with a little makeup setting spray spritzed on your brush) and the quality, I would recommend this.
Truly, for a drugstore product, this is the bomb. You can use it as eye shadow, blush, or highlighter. The formula is buttery, pigmented, and blends really well. Personally, I've found that my skin really likes Physician's Formula products. This is one of those products everybody should have in their make-up bags.
my only complaint is how bulky the packaging is, but it's very cute. But bulky. other than that, it's awesome
This product is not "little girl" sparkly, it is shiny. Sometimes that is hard to find. Too much shine on the face looks sort of gaudy but this is just perfect to accent one area at a time. I like to pick products that don't have a ton of toxins and junk in them too. I was happy to see this was paraben free and has no talc as well. I know it is hard to get away from all toxins but I do try my best.
Edit: I just figured out the back opens up on this to a mirror with two brushes! I don't know why I never tried to open the back.