After using MAC's studio fix foundation for 2 years i vowed to be loyal as i couldn't see anything matching it, but recently my skins been looking dull and the foundation seemed to add to it. So, i crumbled to gave into the hype of NARS sheer glow in Fiji.
I got this off ASOS for £29.50, when it arrived i thought - this is far too light, the swatches on the website are really bad. I'm usually an NC30 in MAC. However as it was so expensive i thought i'd give it ago.
When i applied it, it seemed to match my skin tone really well and working with the foundation is like a dream i have never applied a foundation that blends so evenly and smoothly ever.
I like to wear face tan to give me more of a glow, and assumed this would be out the question as this foundation is so light. HOWEVER, it looked even better over the foundation - strange. It may of been because i applied one layer and it is a sheer foundation so it evened out my skin tone perfectly.
The down side to this foundation i find is that it does not photograph well - for me anyway. It made me look washed out and like i had no make up on at all.
I'm not sure about a repurchase - maybe a shade darker? I think however i will go back to MAC...
I cannot rave about this product enough it is an amazing cream highlighter that consists of the perfect colours to give a real illuminating finish. It's definitely a reach for product when your skin is looking dull.
As you can see from the middle picture the colours are luminous which is what i really love about this. It retails for around £23 but if you check ASOS sale regularly it goes down to £13 which is when i got it.
You get 36g of product and this has truly lasted me a long long time, i also have powder highlighters such as MAC MSF but this is what i go back to time and time again.
This will definitely be a re purchase when its gone!
These swatches show it mildly blended so that i could really catch the true colours