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Satellite of Love is described as a "sparkling gold sand." It's sort of apt, because it is a muted, medium brown with warmer, orange undertones and larger gold sparkle that tends to separate from the base powder, so not as much sticks to the skin or gets trapped in your brush. The version in the palette seems a little smoother but drier than the one I have as an individual pan (it is permanent), and it didn't seem to emphasize pores this time around. It is a Highlighting Blush, so it is a more buildable product, though the best case was semi-opaque. The color wore for seven hours before fading. Surratt Beauty Grisaille (P, $32.00) is more shimmery. NARS Jubilation (Right) (P, ) is less shimmery, more pigmented, brighter, darker. Chanel Mouche de Beaute Illuminating Powder (LE, $80.00) is darker, more pigmented. View all similar shades on The Dupe List!
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Glow high. Illuminating highlighter gives skin a satiny, subtle glow in an all-new, soft-to-the-touch formula. Creamy powder melts flawlessly into skin for perfectly refined radiance or buildable luster. Smooth and lightweight. Wear alone or pair with other cheek products to create beautiful dimension.