I can never go into Debenhamns and keep myself controlled around the beauty counters. I went in for a brow wax and ended up coming out with 2 Kat Von D products. I hauled 1 of the items in my May Collective Haul but kept my favourite product a secret so that I could review it!
I got the Kat Von D Metal Crush highlighter for £22.50 because there were some offers on but it would’ve been £25, a bit steep for a highlighter. Nonetheless I decided to treat myself and couldn’t resist when I swatched it and saw how glittery based it was. It’s not a harsh gold colour and looks really nice on pale skin. You can use this on it’s own or apply it over or under another highlighter. It’s hyper-reflective micro-crystals make it look super shiny and I love the way it looks so much.
It’s pretty self explanatory that the packaging is gorgeous and and feels really sturdy. I don’t normally like taking away my favourite products on holiday but this feels like it’d be so safe in my suitcase- and imagine it with a tan!
For a glittery based highlight, it’s very pigmented but it’s also easily buildable so you can have a light dusting of glitter flex for your highlight or a full on glittery gold streak of brightness, either work well and either look amazing.
As with any high-end product i’ll quite honestly say they’re an extreme steep in the price from drug-store products that do the same job but sometimes you really do just need to treat yourself to something a little more luxurious and this is the product. It’s so smooth and creamy to apply, looks like it’s the most glamorous product ever and I really like it!
Have you tried this or any other Kat Von D products, I’d love to know!
*Disclaimer; I’m very much aware of the controversy around Kat Von D at the moment regarding her views on vaccinations and I do not agree with her at all but I do still like her products and will continue to buy her products… in my eyes it’s no different to someone loving animals but also loving Maybelline or L’oreal who test on animals*
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