Wet’n’Wild Rose Champagne Glow
Hello, beauties. I hope you had a nice weekend! I have to mention this first: I think these new Wet’n’Wild Shimmer Palettes from the Fergie Collection have unnecessarily long names. Anyways, the Shimmer Palettes are baked shimmery powders that come in a small selection of colors. The shade I have is Rose Champagne Glow. I’m always on the lookout for new highlighters because I still haven’t found an absolute favorite. And while I do think Rose Champagne is nice, I don’t consider it my favorite.
Rose Champagne Glow isn’t powdery and applies easily. I do wish it was a bit softer, but at least the glitter is finely milled and doesn’t look chunky.
This powder is not as pigmented as I thought it would be considering it looks quite strong in the pan. The sheerness ended up being a good thing because I prefer subtle highlighters.
I typically find Wet’n’Wild packaging really flimsy and not very pretty, but it’s something I overlook because their prices are quite low. With that in mind, I almost didn’t buy this powder because it is quite unappealing in person (packaging-wise). It’s too big and clunky (as big as the palm of my hand).
I think this is an okay highlighter. The price is nice and the shimmer is pretty. I wish it lasted longer on the face and had better packaging. I do like it and will continue to use it, but it’s not something I would repurchase. I used Rose Champagne Glow in my last Face of the Day.