I have written a post on some Glossier products before on this blog (check here). Today I am back with Glossier Haloscope review, a subtle creamy highlighter infused with genuine crystal.
- A stick highlighter which combine skincare and makeup.
- The inner moisturizing core contains vitamin-rich ingredients such as coconut oil, castor seeds oil and sweet almond oil. The outer halo infused with genuine crystal.
- They have two colors which are Topaz (sun-kissed bronze infused with real golden topaz) and Quartz (pale champagne infused with rose quartz). Mine is the Quartz one.
- It is claimed to be hypoallergenic, dermatologist-tested, paraben free, fragrance free, not tested on animals.
- The twist packaging is simple and compact.
- The solid stick is easy to use. I like to apply it on my brow bone, cheekbone, and cupid’s bow.
- It applies very natural, “a dew-effect” and not glittery. It is the most natural compared to RMS Living Luminizer, The Balm Mary Lou and MAC Soft & Gentle.
- The color Quartz blends beautifully on my NC 25 skin, it is not too frosty or too peachy.
- Not as long lasting as other pressed highlighter on the market, but I don’t mind reapplying througout the day.
- If you like super shiny highlighter you might not like this one.
Overall, I am very happy with Halospoce, I see myself reach this product on everyday basis. I bought mine through my friend who live in USA, he hand-carried it to Indonesia, it was USD $ 22. Check Glossier website here.