Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit | Review

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Well here we are….now that I have fallen in love with this palette and how versatile it is, its time to swatch this baby.


This is what the Gleam Kit looks like. The colors range from darker up top, to lighter at the bottom. It is geared towards lighter skin tones. IMG_3192

Hard Candy and Mimosa are for slightly darker skin tones. They have that golden shimmery effect that looks ahhhhmazing on tan skin. So you can use these in the summer time to enhance your sun kissed skin.

Starburst and Crushed Pearl are for lighter skin tones. They both have a silvery effect that really makes a more pronounced highlight.

IMG_3206I am a fairly light, but do have more of a yellow undertone to my skin. On my skin tone Hard Candy appears to have more of pinky look. It would be to die for mixed with a light peachy matte blush! Mimosa has a  gorgeous golden sparkle. It would be perfect paired with a bronzed face! Starburst has a light pink, silvery finish and Crushed Pearl is very silvery and white! This is perfect for porcelain skin tones but would also look flawless if you are going for a cool tone look.

These shades are unbelievably pigmented and creamy! They do actually stay on all day without transferring and the best part is the fact that you can these as eye shadows too!

Happy Glowing guys and gals!! Have you tried this palette? Got any other favorite highlighters? Comment down below and subscribe! Thank you loves!




  1. Tiffany

    Ooooh, I have seen this do wonders on instragram. I really like the YSL touche eclat highlighters and bronzer. I really prefer the products that apply wet, but this brand is very intriguing, where do you get it from? I like the Givenchy four pallete highlighter when it comes to powders, they give a nice matte finish and stays a long time.


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