Review: Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frost

Review: Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frost

The Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frost (£25.50 for 15 g) is the highlighter the brand offers. Right now, Jeffree Star Cosmetics have 12 shades as a part of the permanent selection. I own the shade Lavender Snow from the permanent line but own two limited editions as well.

On his website he state that the highlighter
is extremely pigmented
have a unique soft buttery formula

I was really surprised over how pigmented the skin frost Lavender Snow was the first time I swatched it and applied it to my cheeks. My boyfriend even told me I looked like a discoball hahahah. But I like that it was blinding as that is what he states and what he always talk about in his youtube videos.

I think there is a big difference in how pigmented and blinding the skin frosts are. Lavender Snow from the permanent line is very blinding while the other skin frosts I own (which are limited edition) is not as blinding or as good quality. I own Eclipse and Crystal Ball, I do think Eclipse is very pretty but not blinding as I would have expected. I think Crystal Ball have a weird texture where it don’t spread out evenly. I think the actual formula of them is a bit strange as some of them seem to develop some kind of layer upon the product so you can’t get any pay off. I see it in my pans where I have used more pressure than I normally would for example if I have used a small brush and want my brow bone to really pop, then I would apply more pressure into the pan to get more product onto the brush.

I will award the Skin Frosts 4 hearts out of 5 possible.

I really like this product and how many shades there are available. I would have preferred if the pigmentation were about the same in every shade of them but as I don’t prefer a ultra blinding highlight I don’t mind that some of them isn’t but I would be disappointed if I was seeking a very blinding highlight and got something there was not as blinding as expected. I also find it weird that the formula develops some kind of shield but as I only use the smaller brushes in the edges of the pan it doesn’t affect the entire pan. Have you tried the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frosts? If you have, then let me know your opinion in the comments and what your favourite shade of Skin Frost is!

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