Anastasia Peach Fizz is a moderately warm-toned, dark copper with a pearl finish. It is a permanent highlighter that retails for $25.00 and contains 0.68 oz.
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Anastasia Peach Fizz Liquid GlowAnastasia Peach Fizz Liquid Glow ($25.00 for 0.68 fl. oz.) is is a deep brown with warm undertones and fine gold and pink pearl. It looked a lot like Bronzed but applied more evenly as it seemed to have less of a base color to it, though there was a very subtle tint to my skin overall. The glow was subtle to light in intensity; I would not have described it as "intense" at all. It was somewhat buildable from sheer to medium coverage applied in layers. The texture was spreadable, not too thick or to thin, and it dried down fully and felt lightweight. I did struggle to use this shade effectively over base products (bare skin was okay), as it did lift some foundation, though not as noticeably as Bronzed or Oyster. On me, the highlighter lasted for seven hours.
It's supposed to be a "weightless liquid highlighter" that will give "an intense glow" that can be worn "separately on face and body." The formula was smooth, fluid, and not too thin that it felt overly watery or spread unevenly. I tested it over bare skin for wear, and it did the best there, as it was easier to spread the product out evenly. It dried down fully (no wetness/stickiness) and lasted for a solid seven hours on me before breaking down. The disappointment came when I tried to layer it on top of liquid foundation, as it lifted and moved my foundation quite a bit (I tried it over Tarte Rainforest of the Sea and Guerlain Lingerie de Peau, as well as over lightly set foundation). I also tried mixing it into my liquid foundation for an all-over dewiness, and it definitely added some dewiness.
I watched the brand demo this product after initially applying and getting a very subtle effect, as I had used fingertips for my initial application and they demoed using brushes. I tried using a similar-shaped brush and still saw subtle glow, and I very much tried to mimic the amount that the brand explained was necessary (a little dab!). When I tried to layer and build up the coverage/intensity on bare skin, it was totally doable, but over foundation, it was impossible as it just smeared around, looked clumpy, and lifted my foundation off wherever I applied it. The best application was with a slightly dampened sponge applicator (like a beautyblender) and a soft touch, as it seemed to move the product around the least.
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