Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit Volume 4 for Holiday 2018

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit Volume 4 for Holiday 2018
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A multitasking palette featuring four bestselling and two new, exclusive shades for a flawlessly-lit complexion, all in a limited-edition compact.

Now available for VIBs/VIB Rouges

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Ambient Lighting Edit Volume 4, $80.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Dim Light Neutral peach beige (Ambient Lighting Powder)
  • Diffused Light Soft pale yellow (Ambient Lighting Powder)
  • Euphoric Strobe Light Pearlescent beige (Ambient Strobe Lighting Powder)
  • Filtered Bronze Light Subtle warm bronze (Ambient Lighting Bronzer)
  • Luminous Glow Bright coral (Ambient Lighting Blush)
  • Euphoric Fusion Soft lilac (Ambient Lighting Blush)

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I would be more interested if they would release a quad of blushes and gave it a more fair price. I don’t mind spending lux prices if the quality & amount of product justifies the cost.

Exactly my sentiment and Hourglass has done this for several years now. I also don’t mind spending for luxury products but to be ripped off is not something I will endorse by purchasing. If other companies can offer decent value for the luxury price or even a bit of extra value, I appreciate it but this pricing of Hourglass, which seems almost nasty, is not for me at all.

Their recent palettes don’t appeal to me both because of the cost proposition and because I rarely use a highlighter.

I’m glad that it works for you. The vast majority of reviews I’ve read on Sephora are by people who are glad that it’s suitable for darker skin tones (and I’m glad there’s finally a palette more suitable for darker skin tones as well) and Christine said “so I found that it was a palette that seemed most suitable for medium to medium deep skin tones” in her review of the palette.

Guessing by now, we all know the deal with these HG holiday cheek palettes, huh? $80 for not quite enough product to make this any sort of “deal”.

It depends how you define value for money. I bought the holiday palette from two years ago and I use it two or theee times a week. I also travel a lot and it’s my favourite palette to travel with. I’ve only just finished using all the blush and bronzer. So I get what people say about the amount of product you get for the price. But it lasts a long time so I personally didn’t feel ripped off. I also really like having the one multitasking palette rather than having to carry around a ton of products in my makeup bag. The formulas are amazing and the colours work really well for me.

This palette is $95CAD; if it’s still available during Sephora Rouge sale, I will get it, but not at the full price although Hourglass has an amazing formula. I already have the full size of Diffused Light and I’ve been using it almost daily since I purchased it.

I bought a few of the mini’s at Sephora. I do like them, and even though they are small, I will probably never get through them. I like this palette, but for me, it’s just more cost effective and I get to pick the colors I will use. I don’t have to have the LE packaging. They also travel nice because they are small, and seem to be quite sturdy. I am pretty sure when I bought them 2 years ago, they were 22- 24 bucks. I thought that was expensive. This palette is pretty expensive.

The consumer in me is aching for pretty limited edition makeup for the holidays, but as always, I walk away. I love palettes but for bronzers, blushes and powders, these type of palettes are way too small for the face brushes I like to use. Then again the price doesn’t justify it as pretty as they look. I’m a huge fan of Hourglass but I rather spend my money on buying the full sizes. Better for my brushes, better value and they last a while.

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