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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Review & Swatchfest: EF | Studio Illuminating Powder in She's the One

EF|Studio Illuminating Powder in She's the One

EF | Studio's Illuminating Powder in She's the One is the first loose powder highlighter I've used and it's safe to say I will have a hard time going back to anything else. She's the One is a soft pink highlighter with a soft champagne shimmer - flattering for both warm and cool skin shades. Nothing about it is too over the top, but it will never fail to go unnoticed when worn. The difference between an illuminating powder and any other form of highlighter is that it's much more versatile in terms of where and how it can be used. Loose powder is easily worked into anything from foundation or lipgloss, to body lotion or simply applied as-is wherever you want a little glow. That's not to say other highlighters can't be applied in the same places, but their delivery systems - be it cream, pressed powder, or something entirely different - makes it more difficult to do so.

She's the One can be worn subtle on the cheekbones for a daytime glow or applied heavily and to the collar bone, shoulder blades, and legs for full-on illumination fit for a night out. I've used it in almost every way I can imagine and have never been disappointed with the results. Those who aren't used to working with loose powder should beware though - it's easy to end up with an application that's less than precise (and loose shimmer everywhere). That, however, is something that just takes getting used to. When left unmixed with a medium, I found that the wear time was slightly shorter. To prolong wear, I recommend using a setting spray either to mix with the powder or to just set the powder - whichever is easiest).

I recommend this product to anyone looking for an all-purpose highlighter. Whether it's for holiday parties or a nice way to emphasize a summer tan, this is a nice way to achieve year-round face and body highlighting. Like I said, loose powder may take getting used to for some, but I don't notice it adding any hassle to my morning routine. You can purchase this for $18.95 at Bluebird Bath & Beauty.

FTC: I received this product as part of my partnership with Bluebird Bath and Beauty, however all thoughts and opinions are honest and original. This is not a sponsored post, however it contains affiliate links.

EF|Studio Illuminating Powder in She's the One 
EF|Studio Illuminating Powder in She's the One

EF|Studio Illuminating Powder in She's the One

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