I’m as sure as I can be that the forthcoming MAC Redlite Strobe Cream is going to be a sell-out. I saw this being tested back stage a couple of seasons ago and just knew then that when it hits, it will fly!
I first saw the new Stobes being tested at the Jean Pierre Braganza show in September 2016 (above) so it’s taken all this time for them to become a consumer product. I’m not so interested in Goldlite – there are so many gold highlighters in many versions around, but Redlite is another story.
You can see that they’re markedly different in tone – all the same smooth cream application as usual Strobe, but that red shift!
It’s something more than a rose-gold although there is a gold element to MAC Redlite Strobe Cream – we’re talking degrees of shift here but while rose-gold can go a bit coppery this one seems to stay a truer pinky/red. It also greatly depends upon the light you’re in. When I swatched these yesterday and there was sunlight it was much more generous with the red hint than it is today when it’s cloudy.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
Goldlite is a pale gold – more of a white gold than a yellow gold and very pretty. Joining MAC Redlite Strobe Cream and Goldlite will be Peachlite, Silverlite and a rename of the original strobe, Pinklite. They’re HERE for £24.50 each.
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