Friday, 12 August 2016

Review | Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit


Last Christmas (I gave you my heart), something that caught my ever wandering eye was the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit. I'd been lusting after their powders, blushers, bronzers for the longest time and having a great selection all in one palette was just too much! Unfortunately I don't manage to get my hands on this last year and I thought it was gone forever. But my luck changed when last month they were restocked on Space NK and I jumped at the chance to get my hands on one, I'd just graduated university and I thought "treat yo self!". 


6 Shades in the palette are -  Iridescent Strobe Light (A soft pink pearl powder that gives a refined glow to the complexion), Dim Light (A neutral peach beige powder that blurs imperfections and highlights the complexion), Diffused Light (A soft, warm, pale yellow powder that conceals redness and gives skin clarity), Luminous Flush (A champagne rose blush fused with luminous light to evoke a candlelit glimmer), Mood Exposure (A soft plum blush fused with mood light to brighten the complexion), Luminous Bronze Light (A medium tan shade fused with luminous light for a softer, candlelit warmth).

Priced at £65 it did take me a while to hit that checkout button and I'll be honest it's a lot smaller than I thought it would be. But the packaging is divine and the products are too. When people talk about that glowy lit from within look, I kind of didn't understand, until this palette! There isn't a bad one in the bunch, it's great for travelling too, especially with the large mirror. This palette makes you look so healthy, they all give you the most amazing glow, all with their little colours and differences. It terms of value for money it's not great, but value for happiness it's a winner with me, I can't wait to see what their new offering is this year!

Have you tried the Ambient Lighting Edit?

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2 comments

  1. It's very pretty! Id be so scared to use it!
    Summer xx

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  2. Such a beautiful palette.. I see what you mean about it being slightly smaller when you compare it to the size of your brushes.. but when it's that beautiful who cares?! Haha. x

    Small&Blonde♥

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