Anastasia Nicole Guerriero Glow Kit includes six highlighters that are “metallic” and have “intense luminosity.” The formula is supposed to be “ultra-fine” and “won’t leave behind shimmer particles.” From experience, the formula didn’t feel quite as smooth, creamy, or as finely-milled as some of the original Glow Kits but felt more like the Sweets Glow Kit to me (not as glittery as the Ultimate Glow Kit)–smooth, denser but still blendable on the skin. There were some sparkles that blended beyond the area I had actually applied the color. With the exception of Forever Lit, the palette was very warm-toned, but I felt like Kitty Kat and Daydream looked very similar on along with Glo Getter and 143 (these two I think will be more similar across more skin tones, whereas the stronger orange tone in Daydream may be more or less apparent on some skin tones/undertones). If you love a strong, metallic, and sparkling highlighter, you may enjoy this kit, but if you like your highlighters more buildable, subtle, or cooler, this one likely won’t be the one for you. They can be worn on the eyes (per the brand) as well.
OCTYLDODECANOL, ETHYLHEXYL PALMITATE, TALC, SYNTHETIC FLUORPHLOGOPITE, BORON NITRIDE, CALCIUM TITANIUM BOROSILICATE, SYNTHETIC WAX, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, DIMETHICONE, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, MAGNESIUM MYRISTATE, METHICONE, POLYBUTENE, SILICA, TIN OXIDE, MAY CONTAIN: (+/-) MICA, RED 40 LAKE (CI 16035), IRON OXIDES (CI 77492, CI 77499), TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891).