This palette has your whole face covered from finishing powders, bronzer, blushers and a highlighter too. These are luminous with light reflective particles. If this palette suits your skin tone, I highly recommend it! These powder gave the face more of a summer shade and mood. Before applying it on the face very hard I shake the brush to a greater number marcelok ulatuses. Considering that these palettes are limited edition items, it surprises me that Hourglass will release 2 similar palettes so close to each other granted colours are different.
All the shades have the perfect colour payoff, especially the bronzer, highlighter and blushers. It can still be found at right now. Though I do not have a love for shiny textures, I still fell in love. Of course the pan sizes aren't great in terms of actually getting a brush into them, but I only tend to have a problem if I'm using a very, very fluffy brush otherwise I hardly notice. You therefore get more even colour throughout and very little variety between palettes. Lasting power is excellent on all as well. You can even add in the bronzer if you have a deeper skin tone because the bronzer doesn't contain a lot of shimmer.
Small pans — each one only contains 0. Overall, I am absolutely in love with this gorgeous palette. Below is a size comparison for compact measure next to the in Radiance Bronze Light, in Euphoric Fusion reviewed here , and in Luminous Bronze Light. The finish is metallic but not frosty. It can be built up but it works best on a fairer skin tone. Overall, I find the full-face look to be very glowy and more so than previous palettes, despite many of these powders not containing shimmer.
I have laid the Hourglass Unlocked Palette alongside the earlier 2 versions I own. I think the formula of these powders already offer a lot of glow, so additional shimmer can be excessive. They are perfectly pigmented in my opinion. However, you may also want to wait for the upcoming palette that should be out very soon, that looks a bit brighter. I really love the finished look that you can create with this palette.
This palette does not come cheap though. I also sometimes apply it as a topper over Mood Flush for more of a glow. But I still took courage and decided to drive. I love mixing the blushes with Champagne Strobe Light to create an extremely glowy blush. This finished look is my favorite of all the Hourglass palettes I own. I have used blushers and setting powders before where I can see it starting to settle and sit on top of my skin and it becomes powdery looking.
I love the simple yet powerful design of this logo. In the inner corners this really brightens up the whole area and when used on the tops of the cheekbones it gives a dreamy sheen. These powders blend into and fuse seamlessly into your skin and base products to create a very soft and glowing finish to the skin. The darker shade is just a little bit too dark to work as a setting powder for me personally at this time of the year as I like something with a brightening effect, but I can see myself making this work in the warmer months. The coverage of these I would say ranges from light to medium finish that is just very beautiful and natural looking on the skin. The palette is called Ambient® Lighting Edit — Unlocked.
These would be incredibly forgiving and suitable for dry, dehydrated or mature skin types. I was expecting more of a subtle glow but I'm really glad that it had some impact! On fair skin tones, you will have to have a slightly lighter hand with the warmer powders and colours. My favourite has to be Mood Flush which is more on the matte side which is a nice contrast to the other powders in this palette and the rosy pink hue is great for everyday wear. To remove powdery means in action for me is very hard, and impossible to capture texture and radiance only in the dim light. Not quite a pop of colour, but more of a gentle blush from within. It is however, a major dirt and fingerprint magnet with the highly reflective lid. This is in line with their commitment to go cruelty-free and vegan by 2020.
Nude Glow, a peachy, golden shade which would work to give the face a glow if you're on the go. I think this may be because the face powder formulas have more of a glowing finish to them than some of the other powders in the range. Due to this manipulation gives a very thin layer, so I repeat steps and apply a second coat. Each year many who purchase the Ambient Lighting Edit palettes are severely disappointed by the sheer size of the pans which are roughly the same as the size of the single Ambient Powder minis. Using this in the morning makes me that little bit more excited to apply my makeup everyday. The champagne shade is truly neutral, as it doesn't lean warm nor cool, which means it should suit most skin tones.
All the powder in it is very high quality and go is incredibly thin and beautiful. The nice thing about having the two face powder shades is that more skin tones can use this palette. Hourglass is generally a little on the more expensive side of the spectrum but you do receive superb quality products that last in return. These are all new shades and what excited me most about this palette is that the shades are much more universally flattering than some of the palettes in the past. You may notice that aside from a slightly warmer cast to the finishing powders, the tone of the palette is quite similar to the earlier versions. I think this is the perfect compact palette for medium to tan skintone.