This is what I see under my stick. Since this is an earlier sample I got in January, I’m not sure if this is what’s on the bottom of the sticks in stores right now.
And this is how it looks like without the lid. The lid doesn’t snap on tightly so I always am paranoid that this might fall off in my bag by accident and wreak havoc. This is why when I do bring this out, I choose to place this inside a small makeup pouch snugly loaded with other items so that it doesn’t move from its place.
This is how the glorious thing looks like. The pink one is just as pretty, if not even prettier.
Just to show how it harnesses light, I thought I’d take a photo of the stick from this angle.
So this is the skin swatch. It appears as a champagne colored eyeshadow here. But don’t worry as this swatch is exaggerated so you can see the color. When it’s applied in actuality, it more or less is just a subtly warm shade.
This is me applying the product. I already have powder and blush here. I proceed to apply the product on my cheeks, my forehead, and nose. Since this is pigmented enough, I can afford to have these relatively conspicuous highlight bars without having exerted much effort.
For this demo, in order to cause the least amount of dragging, I am using my damp BeautyBlender to dab on the product.
After I dab it on, this is how it looks like. It’s reaaally pretty and looks so natural. I love how it’s obvious but not too overdramatic. Pigmentation wise, this is lovely.
Just to finish the whole look I added in lipstick. BTW this is my Moonshot M114 lipstick which I love so much!
This nude shade in particular adds in a beautiful warm glow to the overall look.