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Review: Wet 'n' Wild Illuminating palette in Catwalk Pink

One of my new year resolutions is to release a new blog post at least every ten days, I failed on that for this post so I seek forgiveness. Forgiven? Okay thanks.

As a beauty lover who has been active on social media over the last few years, I know makeup has been all about that blinding glow. Everyone wants to look like a glazed donut and every girl wants her highlighter to reflect the sun. I get it.

However, sometimes, I just want a dewy. glow-from-within, this-glow-is-from-Jesus kind of look, that's what I reach for this highlighter, lol.

Description of the product and ingredients at the back
This palette comes in a sturdy black circular case with the list of ingredients and description of the product at the back. the front is a clear plastic cover that allows you to see the product within.
This palette consists of 4 illuminating shades that offer a natural iridescent glow that is super blendable and easily buildable. The first shade is a light yellow tone gold suitable for light to medium skintones, the second shade is an icy pink shade suitable for light skinned beauties. the third is a red-tone bronze shade for my melanin goddess and the fourth is a lighter bronze shade for medium to dark skintones. These shades can be worn alone or mixed together for a custom shade, that's what I love the most about this product.
left to right: yellow gold. light pink. dark bronze, light bronze

I love mixing all the shades with a fan brush and dusting it lightly on the high points of my face when i want a  natural glow. I think it gives the most subtle shine that would be fabulous on a bride or a "no makeup" editorial. You can also build this up to a blinding glow so don't fret 😊
all the shades mixed
I love this highlighter. No long story. I purchased this at Walmart last year for less than $10, I believe that it can be purchased on

See you in my next post, xoxo.

And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.
Galatians 6:9

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