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My thoughts on e.l.f shimmer palette
I bought this shimmer palette in hope to find a nice highlighter to use even during the winter time, when my skin is super dry.
I don’t use highlighter on a daily basis but when I am mostly looking for a natural result.
e.l.f shimmer palette has four different shades and there is a clear difference between the colors. So there really is a shade for everyone. The palette comes with a brush which can be good to use when you are using it as a highlighter under your eyebrows or inner corner of your eyes. For applying at the cheekbones, I feel it is easier to use my fingers.
The packaging is nice it doesn’t feel as cheap as it is. It has a mirror as well, but I do feel it is really small to be of good use. But at least a point for effort.
My skin is always dry, but during winter it is super dry and there is no possible way for me to use a powder product during winter. The e.l.f shimmer palette is perfect during winter for my dry skin. It applies easily without looking patchy.
The palette is creamy and pigmented and I don’t feel that I am having anything on my skin. sometimes when you go for cheaper products that are very creamy they tend to look oily on the skin. The e.l.f shimmer palette doesn’t at all.
When I use the palette I normally use it as a highlighter but it can be used as an eyeshadow primer as well. By using different shades your eyeshadow shows up a little different.
I give this product 6/7
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