Phytosurgence Divine Daylight Spectral Shine Radiance Balm ($26.01 for 0.25 oz.) is a light-medium peach with hotter, extra orange-leaning undertones paired with a satin sheen. This appeared just a little firmer than the opposite shades I’ve tried within the components (which is already a firmer components!).

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Formula Overview
for particulars on basic efficiency and traits (like scent).

  • Lisa Eldridge Cosmic Rose (P, $38.00) is lighter, glossier (90% comparable).
  • Urban Decay Universal (LE, $32.00) is much less shimmery, lighter, glossier (85% comparable).
  • Auric Morganite 2.0 (P, $45.00) is lighter, hotter, glossier (85% comparable).
  • Lisa Eldridge Pink Moon (P, $38.00) is extra shimmery, lighter, cooler (85% comparable).
  • Auric Selenite (P, $45.00) is lighter, cooler (85% comparable).
  • Natasha Denona Light (01) (P, $38.00) is extra shimmery, lighter, extra pigmented (85% comparable).

These are more likely to be very comparable shades based mostly on our duping algorithm.

Formula Overview

$26.01/0.25 oz. – $104.04 Per Ounce

It’s presupposed to be a “cream-to-powder formula” that “can be applied and treated like a pressed powder product.” It is designed to present a “gentle veil of luminosity” moderately than a “glow from space.”

The model recommends utilizing a brush to use it, although fingertips might be used; they are saying to keep away from to pushing as it might probably trigger the product to harden and turn into stiff over time. I appreciated utilizing a denser, extra flat-topped blush or highlighter brush for choosing up and buffing product onto my pores and skin with this components.

It’s an fascinating texture, because it was, in reality, “dry to the touch” as they model described. It felt extra powder-like than cream-like, and sometimes, cream-to-powder has a creamier really feel that dries right down to a powder-like end. Instead, these simply had extra glide than a conventional powder (and thus, no powderiness both).

They labored finest on high of extra hydrated pores and skin or less-matte basis, as I discovered that they did not go on as seamlessly over medium-coverage, matte foundation–it seemed drier and extra powdery, although it softened and seemed higher after a couple of hours of wear and tear. They seemed significantly seamless, glowing however not overtly shimmery on naked pores and skin and on lighter-coverage, dewier foundations (like a tinted moisturizer or something with a extra luminous end).

The impact is basically beautiful for many who desire a extra hydrating/dewy base, whether or not that is naked pores and skin or one thing else, although. It provides a “veil” of glow that delivers a refined reflective high quality that does not intensify pores and skin texture and actually diffuses throughout the pores and skin as a result of extra clear base. They wore nicely for seven to eight hours earlier than fading a bit.

Browse all of our Phytosurgence Spectral Shine Radiance Balm swatches.

Ingredients

ISODODECANE, MEADOWFOAM SEED OIL, HYDROGENATED POLYISOBUTENE, ISODODECANE (AND) ACRYLATES/DIMETHICONE COPOLYMER, STEARIC ACID, CARNAUBA WAX, BORON NITRIDE, SILICA DIMETHYL SILYLATE, PHENOXYETHANOL (AND) CAPYRLYL GLYCOL. MAY CONTAIN: TITAINIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891), MICA (CI 77019), IRON OXIDES (CI 77491, 77499, 77891).

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