Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder Review, Photos, Swatches

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Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder
Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder

6 Frozen Turquoise

Make Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit PowderMake Up For Ever 6 Frozen Turquoise Star Lit Powder ($21.00 for 0.02 oz.) is a cool, white base with icy lavender to teal shifting shimmer. It had a strong, nearly metallic sheen but did not emphasize my skin’s natural texture as the particle size was so fine. It worked beautifully as a cheek highlighter, as it reflected light well and maintained its shift, and it also worked well along the inner tearduct to brighten the eyes. The consistency was soft, velvety, and finely-milled, which made it easy to blend out. It had sheerer, buildable coverage applied dry and more opaque coverage when applied with a dampened brush. It wore well for eight hours on me.

The Star Lit Powders can be used to “highlight eyes, lips and cheeks” with an “ultra-fine loose powder” that can be used “wet or dry to customize coverage intensity and luminosity.” While checking the weight on these, I noticed that the weight differs from shade to shade; this one had a mere 0.02 oz. while others ranged from 0.03 oz. to 0.09 oz. I also noticed that it appears the brand identifies what area you can use a shade on by listing an icon on the back of the jar in the shape of a pair of lips, an eyeball, and then a face (presumably for cheeks).

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$21.00/0.05 oz. - $420.00 Per Ounce

The Star Lit Powders can be used to “highlight eyes, lips and cheeks” with an “ultra-fine loose powder” that can be used “wet or dry to customize coverage intensity and luminosity.” While checking the weight on these, I noticed that the weight differs from shade to shade; this one had a mere 0.02 oz. while others ranged from 0.03 oz. to 0.09 oz. I also noticed that it appears the brand identifies what area you can use a shade on by listing an icon on the back of the jar in the shape of a pair of lips, an eyeball, and then a face (presumably for cheeks).

Browse all of our Make Up For Ever Star Lit Powder swatches.

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Makeup Look
On face:
  • Guerlain Parure Gold Foundation
On eyes:
  • Marc Jacobs Beauty Frivoluxe Eyeshadow Palette
  • Marc Jacobs Beauty Out of the Blue Highliner
On lips:
  • Coloured Raine Charmed Lipstick
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Reviewer

Christine Mielke is the editor-in-chief and has been reviewing products for over 14 years.

She has normal-to-dry skin with occasional dryness on cheeks and nose. She has a light plus skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones (view her foundation matches here).

Learn more about her review process here.

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I get that a lot of people love these types of highlighters, but just for me personally, I don’t understand wanting to put blue, green, or other odd colors on my cheeks. I do like a little highlighter, but understated and natural. And the packaging on these highlighters seems odd and unattractive.

I just looked at the packaging from a different angle on Google Images and it doesn’t look as weird when you see it from the side as it does looking straight down at it. lol

Although, I wonder if it would be easier to use with a plastic top that had a bunch of tiny holes, like loose powder containers? I haven’t seen this product in person yet.

I think as a cheek product, the smaller holes would probably be better. Not a huge fan of this type of packaging, though I think you still end up having to tap a bit into the lid vs. working directly from the opening!

This is so freakin’ gorgeous. Like; whoa, a lavender to teal shift? Yes, please! I do have KVD Alchemist, so I may just try a little experiment. Apply Amethyst first, then Saphyre over it to see whether that has a similar enough effect. If not, then this.

As a cheek highlighter, it picks up the tear duct beautifully. Funny how you can agonize over Soul, F3, Beach Waves, etc. yet simply say, got Orion. Covered. For this one. Demi Glacé and family, hard pressed not to Pokémon them. All.

Oy that’s gorgeous. On my phone .. all I see is the highlight .. but what a statement! Can dupe it with the ABH, but this one look more amazing on methinks.

I’d love to see a picture of the highlighter from another angle, (maybe in profile?) so I could see how the color looks like on the face! thanks for the best swatches

Not similar at all – Reflects is much grittier and doesn’t have the same kind of binders as these. Imagine MAC Pink Opal pigment texture against Reflects – completely different!

I got so stinking excited when I saw turquoise in the name! I’m always looking for Teal makeup to wear to Sharks games. This one is going to hit my Sephora cart for sure!

Stunning!!! I love the more out there highlighters. They are just so much fun!!! I have both natural looking highlighters and more cosmic unicorn highlighlighters and I mostly reach for the holographic, fun colors!

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