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Over the years, I’ve seen many YouTubers use Ofra highlighters and I always had it on my wishlist to try it if I found one in stores. And for some reason, I ranked it up there with luxury brands of something I’ll never be able to afford or try. Then I went Ulta the other week with my sister, and realized I was very wrong in assumption. I don’t know why I never looked up how much their products were, but it’s actually not the most expensive thing in the world. Now the first time we went, I tried out two shades but didn’t end up purchasing either though I kind of wish I did at the time. The next time I went, I got the shade Pillow Talk which CosmoByHaley mentions a lot in her videos.
The Ofra Cosmetics Pillow Talk Highlighter comes in two sizes (full and mini). The full sized product costs $29 and contains 0.35 oz of product, while the mini size is $16 for 0.14 oz of product. I ended up getting the full sized highlighter since Pillow Talk is a soft pearl pink that’s blinding if you angle your face just right in the lighting.
Ofra Cosmetics Pillow Talk Highlighter is a soft pearl pink shade and is perfect to enhance the cheekbones, brow bone, inner corner of the eyes, the bridge of the nose and for ultra glowiness, use on the shoulders and décolletage. This shade is ideal for fair and light skin tones or can be used as an eyeshadow on deeper skin tones.
I really enjoy this highlighter as it’s perfect for my skin tone. I do want to get the shade Glazed Donut when it comes back in stock, because I’m in love with the formula. It’s a smooth, lightly creamy texture that’s very dense without being stiff or dry, which I really appreciate. You do need a lighter hand if you don’t want an overwhelming highlight moment on your nose, cheekbones, and brow bone. But it is easy to blend out with little work if you over do it like I have a few times while wearing it. And no matter how blinding it was, it didn’t emphasize my skin’s texture like other highlighters sometime do. However, I didn’t notice it smoothing or blurring anything out either not that it claimed to do that. So if you have a lot of texture in your highlight regions, this highlighter is not going to hide it. In total wear time, the Pillow Talk highlighter lasted between eight and nine hours on me before fading noticeably.
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