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REVIEW: Wet n Wild Fergie Centerstage Collection To Reflect Shimmer Palette - Rose Champagne Glow posted at 12:53 AM
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I've been craving a MAC Mineralized Skin Finish as an illuminizor for a while, but for thirty bucks a piece, it's not really something I want to throw my wallet at. Going through the Wet n Wild Fergie collection online, I saw the To Reflect Shimmer Palettes and saw that Rose Champagne Glow would probably make a pretty sweet cheekbone product and it would be twenty-five dollars, give or take a dollar or so depending on where you live and where you buy it, less.
The product comes in a compact like this and underneath, it just looks like something you could cook waffles on. This isn't my "original" compact. I did purchase this a first time, but the entire product was lifted from the compact, could move around easily, and later shattered in the upper left corner. I ended up purchasing this particular one from a different location and returned the other.
The veining situation here is pretty gorgeous. Since they're such light colours, it's a "palette" that is much better used as a highlighter. Now that I think about it, why is it called a palette...? You don't call minerized eyeshadows or mineralized skinfnishes palettes...
For five dollars and some change, give or take, this isn't a bad product at all. It feels smooth when you swatch it and it applies smoothly. It looks gorgeous when you turn under a light and you see it picking up on the product. The only downside to this is the fact that it seems so fragile and I'm scared that it will break and shatter in the compact.
If you can't/don't want to spend $30 on a MAC MSF, give this a try.
I'm Rikki, a twenty-two year old deaf makeup b/vlogger that occasionally writes blog posts and mostly does makeup tutorials on YouTube.