Clionadh Aftershock + Witchcraft vs. Alchemy Highlighter Swatches

Clionadh Aftershock + Witchcraft vs. Alchemy Highlighter Swatches
Clionadh Aftershock + Witchcraft vs. Alchemy Highlighter Swatches

I’ve just finished swatching and adding 12 more Clionadh Powder Highlighters ($14.00 to $16.00) into the database. I don’t expect to review these that soon, so I wanted to share swatches with you sooner rather than later! There are eight shades from the Aftershock collection and four from the Witcraft vs. Alchemy collection.

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They are nice. But I am glad to say that I have already a very similar palette of fancy hihlighter with my bh cosmetics darklight palette. It has this kind of vibe. It is cheap, good quality and surprising weareable also for everyday.

Agreed. The bh also has a greater variety. By that I mean colors from the whole pie, and not just a targeted slice of it. If you think of abh hl palettes, the shades often have a narrower focus, like varieties of gold and champagne, peachy/bronzy, or blue and silver based. The BH palette is often compared to moonchild, but it has far more variety. It’s cool-friendly, versatile, and the quality is there, for a very modest price.

Yes, I am very satisfied of that purchase. Very good palette at a low price is quite rare. Initially I was caught by moonchikd palette. However, after seeing many reviews and swatches, I realized that moonchild was too much glittery (and big glitter), for my taste. Bh’s ones istead has no big chunks all. It has nice duochrome highlighter witout glitter. That’s the type of products I like

It’s good to see the brand developing highlighters that suit cool toned complexions, but they are not for the faint hearted – these are vibrant highlighters.

I wish I had smaller pores! I can’t wear any kind of highlighter without emphasizing texture. These are gorgeous.

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