Zoeva Strobe Gel

This is a great, moussy-gel like product that blends so well onto the skin to leave cheeks twinkling and ‘strobed’. At £11.50, it’s nicely priced, too. There are three new shades – unsurprising because I think it was always destined to be popular and become an extended range.

Zoeva Strobe Gel

They’re super easy to use – either with finger-tip or brush but because of the high water content in the formula, take a little while to dry completely on the skin. As the water evaporates away, I could feel the product on my skin temporarily and it leaves behind a lightly tinted (once blended) shower of twinkles. It does not budge once on so if ‘disappear’ is your problem, this could well be the solution.

Zoeva Strobe Gel

The one thing that flags a warning to me is that, again, because of the water content, it has three separate seals – a soft, spongy like cover, a plastic cover (as above) and a lid. Once you’ve removed the softer cover you’re only left with two seals and I imagine that there were three in the first place for a reason. It may be that evaporation over time is an issue. But, I don’t honestly know as I gave away my first one that I received last year – didn’t think to keep it for six months to see whether it evaporated!

Zoeva Strobe Gel

You can see that it’s very light catchy at this intensity, but it’s not quite so high beam when it’s blended out – I mean, you can layer and layer til you get there – up to you how you wear it! The shades are Eos (pale gold which is described as ‘rose gold’ but I can’t see any rose), Parhelia (warm gold) and Nova (pink gold). You can find them HERE.

 

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