But these multisticks?
These aren’t great.
I feel bad writing a negative bite beauty post because I really like their products, but I honestly can’t comprehend how these made it past testing. Clearly they were designed for editorial makeup, but they don’t seem good enough for even that.
The highlighter market is so oversaturated at this point, so if a company wants to release something new it should be both high quality and innovative. I can’t really call this innovative because it’s basically creamy glitter.
Overall, I think this is a really bad release. I was so excited because I really love the matte formula, but was disappointed overall.
Pink pearl is a soft pink shimmer.
Oyster pearl is shimmery taupe and my favorite of them all because in my opinion it’s the only wearable color for my skin tone.
Peacock pearl is the most “editorial” of them all. I can’t imagine this working on anyone’s skin tone, except for someone with really deep skin tone.
Rose pearl is like a darker, cream version of Becca rose gold. It’s also the patchiest of them all, by a lot.
Blush pearl is a duo chrome pink with a white shift. I think this is the best highlight of them all. In fact, I’d say it’s the *highlight* of the collection. Pun intended.
The formula varies a lot. Most of them are fairly patchy. I try to make my swatches look as nice as possible, so if something shows up patchy it’s really patchy. The texture was also a little gritty. On the website it says “35 percent powder,” and it kind of feels like it.
These are also intended for use on the eyes, but I can’t figure out how. Oyster pearl could be pretty, but the rest are patchy and odd colors. Blush pearl is the only real highlight.
Overall, I don’t think these are terrible. They’re just a pass for me, especially rose pearl.
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