A few days ago I went out for dinner with my friend Priscilla, and while walking around Alexanderplatz we saw that a new Topshop store had opened at the Galeria mall. We ended up spending a good 15 minutes swatching lipsticks and what have you in the makeup section. I had just gotten a phone job offer, so it was a euphoric time, perfect for some shopping! Little did I know I would come out with the Chameleon highlighter, appropriately named U-Turn.
I wasn’t sure what this product really was, just assumed it was a highlighter. Topshop describes it a s a multi-purpose powder, but labels are really just that. I’m all about using products for any purpose I think they would fit. U-Turn was the warmest shade and the one I saw myself creating the most makeup looks around. The shimmers in it have a green/burgundy colour combination, and the finish is not only dichromatic, it is almost multidimensional. I swatched it on my Instagram if you’d like too see, or just have look at my Instagram feed on here 🙂
The Chameleon Glow line also includes the shades Violet (Purple/Orange) and Shuffle the Cards (Gold/Amber). The pigmentation which isn’t like anything I’ve seen before. Whether applied with fingers or a brush, this little baby shows really nicely, and a little bit goes a long way. I find the price slightly expensive (10 euros) for the quantity, but it is something to be used in moderation, so I am sure it will last me for quite some time. I wanted to also mention that a follower who worked for Topshop as a beauty advisor told me that Topshop makes their beauty products in the same factory as MAC. I am not sure how true that is, but I definitely saw some good indications while swatching lipsticks, and considering the prices are almost 50% lower at Topshop, I think it might just be a good insider tip! What do you guys think? Have you hear this before?
Here I used U-Turn as a highlighter, dusting it on my cheekbones, bridge of the nose, cupid’s bow and forehead. I wanted a more intense highlight for my inner corners though, so I tapped it using a synthetic pencil brush and went all out with the layers xD All in all, I am really glad I purchased this guy and will most likely go back for the shade Violet.
Japonesque Radiance Primer
Urban Decay All Nighter foundation
Urban Decay Naked Skin concealer
Zoeva Spectrum Concealer palette (to cream contour)
Catrice Sun Glow Matte bronzer
Morphe Zodiac palette (I used the 2 blue shades on my mobile lids)
ABH Modern Renaissance palette (I used Raw Sienna and Realgar as transition shades)
Benefit Roller Lash mascara
Benefit Goof Proof eyebrow pencil
Ardell false lashes in Wispies
Colourpop Lippiestix in Château
That’s it for today’s post guys! I hope it sparked your interest! I always love trying makeup from non-makeup brands, and love it even more when the products I get are worth it! As always, thank you for stopping by, and stay safe!
The Foundry girl.