Hi Darlings, today’s post is going to be the review and swatch of the Fenty Beauty Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter in Hustla Baby.
As you can see it looks a little bit different from the other Fenty Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter I have, because this is a mini, so instead of the two shades it comes with only one.
It’s actually part of a kit that also comes with the Fenty Gloss Bomb which I wanted ever since it came out and that I will review next week.
You can get this one full size with the other half (called Mean Money) here (for 34$) or you can get the kit I have here (for 23$).
I love the fact that this kit exists: Julia has it (she got it in London a while back) so I knew it was going to come here too. I really wanted the gloss but 18$ for a just the gloss was too much for me, this kit is 23$ and I get the mini highlighter too.
On a side note when I got the other duo I couldn’t decide between that shade or this one, but Mean Money (the other half of the full size) swatched really badly. So I’m quite happy that with this kit I was able to get the half of the highlighter I wanted, plus the gloss that I wanted for a really great price.
Full Size // Mini
The packaging is absolutely stunning and luxurious I totally love it.
It is this white hexagon with a purple iridescence, it comes with a mirror on the inside. It’s not super lightweight but it’s not heavy either and you have all the infos in the back, honestly, is so beautiful I’m obsessed.
It comes in a cardboard box with this graffiti effect and baby pink details.
PIGMENTATION & FORMULA
It’s a bright, peachy gold with warm undertones and a sparkling, metallic finish. It’s very strong and glittery but it’s still very smooth, almost creamy and very pigmented, it enhanced my texture a little bit.
The colour is pretty but I don’t really like this kind of warm shades on me plus it’s a bit too dark for my skin tone.
It’s easy to apply with a brush. It blends seamlessly with the skin.
The only shade I’ve found that is quite similar is the highlighting shade in the NYX 3 Steps To Sculpt Palette.
On me, it lasts around 8 hours without fading.
- Colour: 7/10
- Longevity: 9/10
- Application: 9/10
- Texture: 9/10
- Pigmentation: 9/10
- Packaging: 10/10
I like this highlighter but this colour is not for me, I might see how it goes when I get tanner but for now, I’m not the biggest fan of that colour. The formula is amazing and the packaging is absolutely stunning. I think that if you like the shade this kit is a must try because it’s such a good value for money.
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I really hope you guys enjoyed it, don’t forget to like, comment and share to let me know all your thoughts and if you have any question.
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