Info on the Urban Decay Afterglow Palette:
Urban Decay kindly sent me the new Afterglow highlighting palette and after I showed it on Insta stories, you guys went wild for it. So I decided It would be the first product I review in my highlighter series.
The Afterglow palette has 4 brand new shades of the cult favourite Afterglow highlighter which retails for €33.00
The Urban Decay AfterGlow Packaging:
The Afterglow palette come in a gorgeous iridescent case that has a mesmerising colour shift effect which changes depending on how the light hits it. It has a magnetic closure and is made of a hard cardboard. The palette also comes with a mirror.
The AfterGlow Highlighters:
The powders are super finely milled as expected from urban decay and a little goes a very long way. It is super lightweight so can easily be built up for a super intense look or if you choose to, you can mix the highlighters util you get your own perfect shade. There is a slight creaminess to the texture and it blends super easily.
Afterglow Highlighter Shades:
Bliss – is a champagne gold which works on pale skin or slightly tanned skin.
Peroxide – probably my favourite, is an iridescent pink, with an ever so slight gold reflect to it.
NSFW – Is a peachy pink, definitely the darkest of the palette, It is a peachy tone with gold reflects to it.
Side Piece – Is described as a golden peach, it the ‘true gold’ of the palette.
These colours can be used on all skin tones and used all over the face.
The palette doesn’t particularly travel well though, considering it is a hard cardboard, it does get indents and markings.
Overall though, I love the palette, the shades are on point and so is the formula. If you love a subtle or BLINDING glow – this will work for you!
It is currently available on counters now where there is an Urban Decay counter such as Debenhams, Urban Decay Store on Grafton Street and House Of Fraser.
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