Colour Pop Starflower Pressed Powder Highlighter ($8.00 for 0.23 oz.) is a medium gold with warm, orange undertones and a metallic sheen. The consistency was soft, smooth, and almost cream-like as it was a denser powder without any powderiness or excess product that kicked up in the pan. It had opaque coverage but was forgiving, so I could easily blend out the powder for sheerer coverage if desired. The highlighter wore well for eight and a half hours on me.
- MAC TheBlonds (LE, $41.00) is less shimmery, darker, cooler (95% similar).
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- Makeup Geek Nightlight (LE, $20.00) is less shimmery (95% similar).
- Tarte Exposed (P, $29.00) is less shimmery, lighter (95% similar).
- Colour Pop On the Loose (P, $8.00) is darker (95% similar).
- Persona Zuma (P, $24.00) is more shimmery (95% similar).
- Shiseido Solar Haze (05) (P, $29.00) is lighter (95% similar).
- MAC Hot and Heavy (LE, $34.00) is less shimmery (95% similar).
- Natasha Denona Medium-Nude (P, ) is darker (95% similar).
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$8.00/0.23 oz. - $34.78 Per Ounce
The powder highlighter is supposed to have a "high-shine" finish with "high colour intensity." In general, ColourPop's pressed highlighter powders have a smooth, moderately dense texture that was soft enough to be picked up easily by a brush but not kick up any powder in the pan. The formula was semi-opaque to opaque but easily sheered out for less shine and coverage if desired. There were a few shades within the range that emphasized my skin's natural texture slightly but most did not. The wear ranged from seven and a half hours to nine hours.
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