Technic Cosmetics Prism Collection!

Hey beaut's!

If you've read my blog for a while you will know I'm a HUGE Technic Cosmetics fan, I can never resist their makeup because not only is it super affordable but it's actually really good too. Recently I've been giving their Prism Collection a whirl and wow it's beautiful, the collection contains glowing unicorn creams, galactic glosses, stray eyed eyeshadow creams, magic princess powders, an incredible rainbow highlighter and the jazziest croc-like iridescent makeup bag all of which are perfect for babes who want that popular unicorn glow all day long!
Firstly can we all just take a moment to appreciate how cool the Prism Rainbow Highlighter* (£3.99) is, it contains five highlighter segments that have been pressed together to create a rainbow effect and more importantly a unicorn glow. You can use the segments separately with a small brush if you wish but I like to swirl a brush through all the colours because it creates a very pretty icy lilac shade, it does contain quite a bit of micro glitter but hey if your using a rainbow highlighter I expect to go all out with glitter and sparkle so I'm happy with that!

Next up we have the Prism Unicorn Highlighting Cream* (£4.99) and the Prism Unicorn Horn Cream Highlighting Sticks (£2.50)*. The Unicorn Highlighting Cream in Star Light might look gold in the packaging but wow this stuff blends out to be the sparkliest makeup product I've ever owned, it contains so much gold, lilac, silver, blue and green micro glitter which I think would look seriously insane blended over the body at festivals or parties, I just cant get over how much it sparkles! The Unicorn Horn Cream Highlighting Sticks have the most beautiful duo-chrome shift to them as well as containing super sparkly micro glitter, I actually really like using these on the cheek bones because the duo-chrome effect is stunning and they blend like a dream without being sticky!

The Prism Princess Powders* (£6.00) are highlighting powders that come in a little quad palette, the shades within the quad can be used to highlight with or if you spritz your brush with some setting spray you can use them as eye shadows too. The formula of these shades aren't as soft to the touch as the Rainbow Highlighter, they have a kind of baked feel to them but the glow and sparkle still really comes through!
Next Up is the Prism Starry Eyes Eyeshadow Cream in Celestial* (£1.99), this can be used alone or on top of eyeshadow to create a iridescent, sparkly pop of colour! Celestial looks white in the packaging but once swatched it turns into an pink and purple iridescent sheen, it's so pretty and I'd even use this as a highlighter!

Finally I've been trying out the Prism Galactic Glosses in Ariel 4 Eric* and Aurora* (£1.99). These glosses are made with a special iridescent pigment that creates a gorgeous lustre finish, you can wear these alone but I think they work better as lipstick toppers and can create epic lip looks. Ariel 4 Eric is a sheer purple colour which is mainly made up of purple micro glitters and Aurora is an icy blue shade which is more opaque than Ariel 4 Eric and doesn't contain as much glitter it has more of a glossy sheen. 

Overall this collection has been an absolute hit with me, I like to leave a trail of glitter everywhere I go - hence my blogs title being HaySparkle - so this is the perfect collection for me! I think it would work so well for the upcoming festival season and for summer parties, I love how verstile each product is too, you can literally use everything on your body, face, eyes and lips, it's such good value!


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