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Anastasia Purple Horseshoe is a slightly warm-toned, light-medium lavender with a sparkle finish. It is a limited edition highlighter. Read review...
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The Good: Easy To Apply (2), Smooth (1), Blendable (1), Travel-friendly (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (2), Luminous (2)
By Alison 3 years ago.
I find it so interesting that Christine didn't like this one so much, because it's my favorite shade in the palette! It does have some larger glitter but with the intense duotone the glitter works. I do not have any problems with fading with this shade (unlike a couple other shades in the palette). Overall, while a purple highlight may not be for everyone, and is not necessarily the most appropriate for a formal office setting, for my job at the grocery store and going to school, shades like this suit me! It's hard to explain, but this shade is not subtle, but it's still wearable. I love it!