These are so affordable and if you haven’t already seen it, the original is a dupe for the Mary Lou Manizer.
I really enjoyed the fact you could get this at a fraction of the price.
Here is the lowdown:
They are very average packaging, slightly bulky, plastic BUT they do have a mirror which I am well impressed with. You also get SO. MUCH. PRODUCT!
The texture of these is super soft and creamy. I find they give a lovely sheen and no glitter. There is something really quite special about these as they may be budget alternatives to most highlighters, but to me, they feel like high end.
I have to admit that the colours look nothing like the pan colour but that’s great. The pink would be way too dark for my skin tone at first glance but once sheered out it’s a beautiful silvery shade.
The original one does need a lighter hand for my skin tone, like the Mary Lou Manizer but it’s still workable.
I think these are great shades and I think the pink one is really unique. I don’t have anything like it in my collection at the moment.
Like most highlighters these stay on as long as I don’t rub my face and use a setting spray.
These are £6.95 each – less than 7 quid. That to me means you should really at least buy one to try. They are really a great addition to your makeup collection, even if you’re not a fan of budget things normally.
I am really impressed by these. I am. They are a cut above the other budget highlighters in my opinion and they really have surprised me by coming out with the lovely pink shade.
Have you tried these?