The original Too Faced Candlelight Glow was a very pink toned illuminator – hard to wear for warmer tones, which is actually quite unusual – it’s often the other way around. So, the brand is rectifying that pronto with Too Faced Candlelight Warm Glow, a champagne and peach highlighting powder duo.
This is definitely one of the better ‘glow’ powders around – it’s soft, light-blasted and very blendable which means you can do that soft focus thing seamlessly. At £25, it’s certainly better value than some of the current glow-getters, but still rather pricy. I always thought of Too Faced as ‘middle range’ price-wise, but I notice those ££££ just keep on going upward. One of the things I really do like about this glow palette is the candelabra detailing on the product that makes it so pretty and less ‘serious’ than other palettes.
The Too Faced Candlelight Warm Glow launches next month – I’ve just done a quick check around and the original is currently sold out, just in case you were tempted.
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