Where’s all my glowing girls at? Because this one is just for you! If by now if you haven’t put 2 and 2 together (pun intended ha-ha), I brought two Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kits back from New York and I’m giving one of them to you! One lucky What The Blog reader could own their very own original ABH Glow Kit and just in time for Christmas as well! 🙂
Whilst in New York I had one main mission to accomplish – find ABH Glow Kits! I’ve been head over hills in love with these ever since the entire American Instagram community have been going dilly over these and knew that I had to get my hands on a Glow Kit! Anastasia herself actually released these last year December as part of her birthday surprise and I can’t wait to see what she has up her sleeve for this year’s birthday.
Believe it or not, but these were actually difficult to source in NYC. I had to go to several different stores and finally managed to find them at Macy’s. I had my heart set on the Moonchild Glow Kit but do you think I would find it anywhere?! I eventually settled for Sun Dipped which I’m quite happy I did as it suits my complexion perfectly.
The palette contains both warm and cool tones and looks gorgeous on tanned complexions. At first I thought that Bronzed and Tourmaline were going to be too dark for me but they turned out to be my favorite highlighters on the palette as Bronzed looks stunning for that golden goddess glow and Tourmaline is the most amazing rose-gold highlighter I’ve ever used. I think it’s great that they included both warm and cool highlighters because I use the warmer highlighters for the high points of my cheeks and then the cooler highlighters for my nose and cupids bow.
The texture and formula is buttery and highly pigmented. So if you’re looking for a chill highlighter that’s going to give you a subtle glow then this is not the highlighter for you, I repeat this is not the highlighter for you! This highlighter has no chill and I love it!
The packaging is also high quality hard board and the magnets on the inside ensures that it remains shut at all times. You can easily remove the pans as well if you wish to place them in your own magnetic palette. They retail for $40 (approx. ZAR 560) and I actually think it’s so worth it for quality you’re getting from this palette.
I managed to bring an extra Glow Kit back with me and it’s the “That Glow” Glow Kit which is equally as beautiful. I believe it has more gold tones than bronze tones so if you love gold highlighters, then you’ll love this. If you’d like to stand a chance of owning your very own Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit, then make sure you enter via the Gleam widget below:
♥ You can enter just once or as many times as you like!
♥ The competition will run from 30 November – until midnight of 14 December and a winner will be chosen and announced on 16 December.
♥ Open to South African residents only.