Too Faced Candlelight Glow Highlighting Powder Duo in Warm Glow-toofaced-warmglow002Too Faced Candlelight Glow Highlighting Powder Duo in Warm Glow is the newest highlighting powder inspired by Too Faced’s original Candlelight powder (in Rosy Glow), but this formula offers a more ethereal glow by using “Photolite” technology which diffuses harsh light, giving your skin a soft, youthful luminosity.

Too Faced Candlelight Glow Highlighting Powder Duo in Warm Glow-toofaced-warmglow005The compact is beautifully designed and I love the embossed candlelight chandelier design on the powder. It opens up to reveal a mirror and a stunning two toned highlighter.

Too Faced Candlelight Glow Highlighting Powder Duo in Warm Glow-toofaced-warmglow001.jpgToo Faced Candlelight in Warm Glow is supposed to have sheer coverage that warms skin-tone, while the gilded-rose formula brightens and illuminates. This highlighting powder consists of two equal size shades in a champagne and peach combo with a shimmery finish. The sheer dual powders can be used separately or swirl both shades together for a beautiful glow. Because of my medium/olive complexion, this shade is perfect for my warmer skin and personally, I found that blending them works great. The peachy shade is perfect for warming up the face while giving it a glow from within. With the sheer coverage, the formula was soft and easy to apply and blend. I use a fan brush and lightly sweep it above my cheekbones, down the bridge of my nose, and my Cupid’s bow. It did not emphasize pores or fine lines and it wore quite well for 8 hours.

Too Faced Candlelight Glow Highlighting Powder Duo retails for CAD $38.00 / US $30.00 and can be purchased at Sephora and TooFaced.com.

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