BUT. They. Break. Continuosly, and they say they have altered the formula but they still break. Maybe they now tell you not to put them in your handbag....but what's the point of having a makeup item? Makeup Artists definately cannot have these floating about in their kits without trouble. I have to use other highlighters in my kit now, such as benefit, MAC & NARS as they are a lot sturdier.
Yes, I'm careful with them (ish) but if we do some light maths, I have bought 6 of these over the years and out of those 6, one has survived.Therefore you have around an 83% chance of your shimmer brick turning to shit if you spend your hard-earned £30.50 on one.
From Top Left-Right: Rose (still going), Bronze (shattered, I had another bronze which I had to throw after shattering, this one I will have to throw today), Nectar (latest one I bought, shattered) Bottom left: Rose (not shattered but has seperated from case: soon to shatter), Peony (not shattered but clasp is broken so does not shut)
Is this going to stop me buying them? NO, I
can't WAIT for the next decent colour to come out but I hate to love these infuriating yet beautiful highlighting powders.
Lauder, sort it out for me?
Laura Lou x