Spring has finally sprung in the UK woohoo.... Which means it's time to switch thing's up in the makeup department, bring on the bronzed, glowing skin that's what I say he he. One thing that I've been obsessed with recently that has really been given me that glow is Makeup Revolutions Radiant Light Illuminating Baked Powder in the shade Exhale*, it's absolutely stunning so I just had to share it with you all today!
Theres actually three Radiant Light Illuminating Baked Powder's within the collection; Exhale, Breathe and Glow, all which claim to breathe illumination and light in to the complexion making them perfect for highlighting purposes. Each Radiant Light Powder is packaged within a sturdy black, plastic compact containing 12g of product with a mirror placed inside the flip up lid making it extremely handbag friendly for when you on the go.
As I said before I have the shade Exhale which is the lightest in the collection, it has the most gorgeous cool toned, pearl finish to it that looks absolutely stunning when the light catches it, it does contain some minute shimmering particles but nothing to over the top or disco ball-esk which is a major plus. I find Exhale is best used as a highlight on my cheekbones, brow bones, down the bridge of my nose and on the inner corners of my eyes, it honestly looks gorgeous and the quality is brill!
The powder itself has a baked formula which personally I love as I find they last so much longer than regular powders and pigmentation of Exhale is amazing, you only need to use the smallest amount on your brush or finger tip during application and it has the most beautiful, silky soft consistency when you run your finger across the pan. I've been using Exhale on and off since Christmas time and you can hardly notice that I've used any product at all, the rings that are embossed into the highlighting powder are still prominent so this little beauty it going to go the distance and last my ages I think.
All in all I think you can probably tell I'm in absolute love with this highlighting powder and I will be rocking it all Spring/Summer long, at £5.00 each you really cant knock them can you.
Have you tried any of the Makeup Revolution Radiant Light Illuminating Baked Powder's beaut's?? What shade is your favourite?? I'd love to know!!