Exposed Cosmetics Bold Definition Highlight Kit | Review and Swatches

Here’s my second review of an Exposed Cosmetics product and this one is a beauty! As you saw from my previous post, I am absolutely in love with the Exposed Cosmetics English Rose Eyeshadow palette, read that here. So I was expecting good things form this highlight kit too!

As with the eyeshadow palette, this kit comes in simple cardboard packaging which has a little window in it so you can see the shades inside. It’s a cute little size, making it great for on the go. On the back of the box is an image of a woman showing you where to apply highlighter to your face. Now let’s get to the swatches!

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Exposed Cosmetics Highlight Kit swatched in natural light

Eeek, aren’t they all just so beautiful? The colours are – Pale Champagne, Iridescent Rose and Glistening Bronze. The shades have a gorgeous sheen to them and are super shimmery – minus the glitter. They have that much coveted ‘wet look’ on the skin. My most wearable shade, for my skin tone, is definitely Pale Champagne but the amazing thing about this palette is that you can mix the shades together to create your own custom highlight. They’re just stunning! They would make beautiful eyeshadows too.

This Bold Definition Highlight Kit is just £4.99 and available to purchase here.

Kerry x

2 thoughts on “Exposed Cosmetics Bold Definition Highlight Kit | Review and Swatches

  1. Those highlighters are absolutely gorgeous.. my weakness😍 the pink especially!

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