Primark PS Chocolate Highlighter

Sooooo, I’ve completely lost track of who is duping who! The marble effect reminds me of Make Up Revolution’s Blush Palettes and individual Baked Blushes, which in turn remind me of MAC Marbled Blush and of course, Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush.

Primark PS Chocolate Highlighter

But the whole ‘chocolate’ beauty thing was Too Faced in the beginning, ably followed by MUR. The one thing I didn’t do with this is smell it (I gave it away so don’t even have it here anymore to go back for a sniff). I think you can see from the texture that it’s very powdery – of all the products I’ve mentioned, the Primark Highlighter is the lowest in quality – but it does the job in a certain way.

Primark PS Chocolate Highlighter

As you can see, it’s got a rose old aspect to it that’s quite pretty – it’s not even all that light on a pigment for a highlighter and there is a certain amount of ‘beam’ to it. It’s £2! But, overall, it’s pretty clunky and dusty. MAC Mineralize is £23 and I’ve got to say, the Primark version isn’t £21 worse. The MUR version is £2.50 and definitely the better buy of the two budget products.

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