[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] Despite it’s title, there’s nothing ‘mini’ about this quad which contains four favourites and it’s part of the ‘unlocked’ collection which donates 5% of profits to the Nonhuman Rights Project.
As we know, the Ambient Lighting range focuses on bringing light to the skin – and it does (although without a ring-light it’s hard to capture in swatches and I’m still refusing to work with one). Are they doing it any better than the millions of highlighters available currently? Hard to say but they’re definitely quality powders.
I like the pillowy nature of the shades and you can layer and blend, of course. This is its third appearance (perhaps it’s just a Christmas special that comes out once a year) and is cheaper – although not cheap at £57 – than the six pans although if you have one of those already you are covered off .. this won’t bring anything vital. It’s interesting to see how this brand is messaging to vegan luxury seekers…and in the make-up sector, there is certainly room for that as its a growing trend more catered to at the lower price end of the market. If you’re not quite Goop, but do hold ethical beliefs AND want luxury, you have it in this. Oh – and I’ve just seen that Harvey Nichols has it for £48.45 HERE, non affiliate HERE.
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The bottom left shade of the palette has my heart! Can’t wait for this brand to launch in India.