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Very glittery highlighter on the silver side of the spectrum. It is so cool toned it almost looks a tiny bit blue in some lights (but not like Star Kiss). You can buff the glitter down to be more subtle, but if you don't want to emphasise texture you're better off with the Reloaded or Strobe highlighters rather than the Skin Kiss. I have 2 of each and both my Skin Kisses are a lot more glittery than the strobe and reloaded highlighters. I love both finishes though, depends on my mood. It is very powdery and has quite a bit of kickback in the pan, but the pan is huge so it doesn't bother me, and I tap off excess powder on the side of the pan so the product falls back into it.
This is a very glittery highlight, which doesn't bother me, however I know a lot of people will not like it for that reason. Even if glittery highlight isn't your thing I would still recommend this as an eyeshadow. It works perfectly as an inner-corner highlight as well as a brow bone highlight. It is even a great eyeshadow topper when doing a cut crease or a halo eye. I love a product with more than one use and this product is definitely that, so don't be put off by the glitter!
Firstly, the compact is a generous palm-size so this powder highlighter can be whisked onto both face and body. As has been my happy experience...
This is a medium-intense highlight and yes it is on the "icy" scale, but showing up as white/silver not a grey/metallic silver. The powder's finish is a "frost" or high-shimmer. However, with a larger kabuki-style brush as a more diffusing applicator, the powder's finish can be taken down a notch for a more subtle use on your body.