What can I tell you about the Primark PS Pure Glow Highlighter? It’s one of the best highlighters I’ve ever come across and it’s £3. The gleam on it is crazy – I’ve got dappled light at the end of the day which is when these pictures were taken so I’ve done a variety of shots so hopefully you can see how it looks in all lights.
I’ve got two versions here – the Champagne and the Rose Prosecco, but think there might be a couple more. I picked up the Champagne version at my local Primark and then they both arrived from the brand so I will be the glow worm!
It’s when the sun hits them that you really start to see what they can do!
First ingredient is mica, not talc, and the formula is not dusty – it has enough oils in it that it delivers very smoothly onto the skin. In fact, I didn’t have a shred of drop when I tested them.
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...
Rose Proscecco is below and Champagne is above.
And here they both are with some direct sunlight hitting them. I think it’s £3 very well spent – I’d direct you to these way, way before any of the much more expensive highlighters around.
This has really piqued my interest in Primark make up – I need to know more and see more, but if this is their standard, I’m impressed.
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