An I Revolution new release this time, these are the baked Champagne&Diamonds highlighters launching autumn 2018.
I presume the retailing price will remain the same as for the Blushing Hearts highlighters, and the formula should be the same.
Will I be adding these to my immediate wishlist? Not really sure to be honest. Yes, they're aesthetically very appealing, they look pretty cute, I'm sure they glow very nicely, but, if you already own any of the Blushing Hearts, I feel like maybe that would be an unnecessary purchase, unless you're a collector.
I also feel that the I Revolution brand has branched out of Makeup Revolution and is targeting a younger audience with the products they've released lately.
Not that makeup products are to be used by a specific age group, but the way they're launched, presented and designed, makes me think the brand creators had a type of consumer in mind during the process.
The fact that they're baked is a pro for me, since baked cosmetic products are among my top favourites.
Somehow, I probably would've prefered a liquid duochrome highlighter being released, with an improved, glitter-free formula, or a satin-cream soft highlighter with a few colour shifts and a mousse-like texture.
If you'd like, share with me your thoughts, I like to hear what everyone thinks. Will you be purchasing these, how do you feel about them?
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