Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit

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Here’s a thing, I love highlighter. I’m all for the glow and a light dusting all over the face is part of my daily routine. I have a lot of highlighters in my collection but I am always drawn to the shimmering powders and new launches. Whilst I was in New York last month I managed to pick up two of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kits; which I have been lusting over for a while now. I desperately wanted to pick up the glow kit in Gleam, however this was out of stock everywhere (I tried Macy’s and every Sephora I came across). Sundipped was launched on the Wednesday whilst I was out in the states so it was only fitting that I picked that one up too.

Each kit includes 4 different highlighters, all with the same formula and finish. Each powder creates a lit-from-within glow to brighten and lift the skin. Each shades are designed to complement each other and can be used on the eyelids, brow bone, cheekbones, décolletage and inner corners.

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That Glow includes mostly warm toned hues; Sunburst, Golden Bronze, Bubbly and Dripping in Gold. Sunburst is a pale yellow gold shimmer, Golden Bronze is a warm coppery golden bronze shimmer, Bubbly is a soft shimmering champagne and Dripping in Gold is a soft champagne gold. Bubbly and Dripping in Gold are my two favourite shades from the That Glow kit, however I have a lot of shades that are similar, champagne pop by Becca is almost identical to Dripping in Gold. I love to apply Golden Bronze over the top of my bronzer for an all over bronzed glow; this shade is perfect during the warmer months.


L-R: Sunburst, Golden bronze, Bubbly, Dripping in Gold

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Sundipped includes a mixture of warm and cooler toned hues; Bronzed, Summer, Tourmaline and Moonstone. Bronzed is a warm shimmering bronze, Summer an ivory gold shimmer, Tourmaline mauve nude and Moonstone a peach champagne. Summer and Tourmaline are my two favourite shades from this palette. I like to mix tourmaline into my blush to add depth to my cheekbones. I use summer right on the top of my cheekbones to give a pop of extra highlight.


L-R: Bronzed, Summer, Tourmaline, Moonstone


L-R: –That glow– Sunburst, Golden bronze, Bubbly, Dripping in Gold –Sun Dipped– Bronzed, Summer, Tourmaline, Moonstone

All of the highlighters are extremely pigmented, creamy and blend-able. I defiantly have my eyes on the new sweets and moonchild glow kits; that purple highlight is so dreamy.

Both palettes are very similar in shades but I am glad that I got the chance to pick them both up. Do you really need them both? Probably not as the shade range is almost identical however if your a beauty obsessive like myself than getting them both is so necessary, right?

Luc x


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