Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquid & Star Lit Powder for Spring 2017

Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquid & Star Lit Powder for Spring 2017
Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquid & Star Lit Powder for Spring 2017

New Star Lit Liquid & Powder from Make Up For Ever!

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The Details

Star Lit Liquid, $24.00 (Permanent)

Star Lit Liquid is a lightweight, multi-use, pearlescent formula that adds sparkling, light-reflective highlights to the eyes and cheeks. This sheer, water-based liquid allows for buildable application that won’t feel heavy or sticky on skin. With sparkling shades that range from neutral to dark, it glides on effortlessly for a sparkling, light-reflective glow that lasts all night.

  • Arctic White (1)
  • Pink Beige (2)
  • Gold Champagne (3)
  • Golden Peach (4)
  • Silver Dust (5)

Star Lit Powder, $21.00 (Permanent)

Star Lit Powder is an ultra-radiant, ultra-fine loose powder that is used to highlight your best features. Perfect for the eyes, cheeks, and lips, this multi-faceted formula includes Pure Mother of Pearl to add light-catching color and shine unlike any other. The micronized ingredient technology allows for ease of application that can be applied wet or dry, to customize coverage intensity and luminosity. It features eight shimmering shades that range from neutral to dark.

  • Frozen Gold (2)
  • Frozen Purple (5)
  • Copper (12)
  • Ivory (13)
  • Golden Pink (15)
  • Ultramarine (19)
  • Gunmetal (27)
  • Anthracite Black (28)

Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquid & Star Lit Powder for Spring 2017
Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquid & Star Lit Powder for Spring 2017

Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquid & Star Lit Powder for Spring 2017
Make Up For Ever Star Lit Liquid & Star Lit Powder for Spring 2017

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Would love to order these but the Sephora site has the pics mixed up with the corresponding names for the liquid. I’m afraid to order since who knows whether I’d get the shade by name or the one by pic! πŸ™

I HATE the packaging for the liquid, unless the formula is very runny that’s going to mean so much wasted product you can’t even use a beauty spatula to get!

I think you may be mixing up the two products into one. Unless I’m reading it wrong, it looks like the liquid version comes in the container that looks like the bottle, and the powder version is in what looks like a screw top container with a sifter.

The loose powder isnt in a nail polish packaging, it’s in a little jar packaging with a sort of sifter so you dont open it up and powder goes flying, similar to the Illamasqua glittery eye pigment.

These look like they definitely have some shade-shifting potential to them! At least the liquid formula Star Lit, I’m thinking. I will just wait and see!

Of course, my eyes zero in on the golds, but these look kind of small and not sure if the loose powders will make a big mess. Hope to see some reviews or at least swatch in-store

I got one of the powders (uk) a couple of weeks ago and I cannot describe how beautiful it is! The packaging is actually quite good too (compared to Mac pigments) the little hole at the top is a great size to fit a brush in and wipe some excess off (this stuff packs a punch. The copper shade is basically what I was hoping the pat McGrath metalmorphasis had been. Good stuff!!

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