What Shades Do CoverFX's Perfect Light Highlighting Powders Come In? These Options Will Look Familiar
As if the company's Custom Enhancer Drops weren't enough, this beauty brand is at it again. According to Instagram, CoverFX is coming out with Perfect Light Highlighting Powders. If you're wondering what they look like, odds are you already have a pretty good idea. The three new powder highlighters actually coordinate with the liquid formula in both colors and names, but they pack a completely different finish.
CoverFX took the makeup world by storm with their Custom Enhancer Drops. The six different shades are basically like liquid metal, and everyone from vloggers to makeup artists were instantly obsessed when they first came out. Well, now the product has a sibling, and it's just as great. After teasing their fans for a few days, CoverFX finally showed off their Perfect Light Highlighting Powder on social media. Let me tell you, it was worth the wait.
The powders come in three shades — Candlelight, Sunlight, and Moonlight — that you'll probably already recognize. The new products are have the same name and tone as some of the liquid versions, but believe me when I say they're completely different. The Perfect Light Highlighting Powders give off a much more subtle glow than their metallic-y liquid inspiration. That being said, they still pack a pretty bold punch.
As you can tell from Trendmood's post, the powders look just as great on their own as they do on top of the liquids. It just depends on how bright your want your highlight. You won't have to wait much longer to try them out either. The three powders launch on Oct. 3 on the CoverFX site. Here's an up-close and personal look at all three, so you can figure out which one to buy.
Sunlight looks bronze-y in the pan, but it's actually got a really nice golden glow in swatches. This could easily work on all different skin tones.
Ugh. That shine is seriously gorgeous.
If you've got a darker skin tone, then this is the one for you. It's the deepest of the three, but still has just as much shine to it.
Honestly, you could get away with this being a gorgeous bronzer topper as well depending on your skintone.
This is the lightest of the three. Don't let the pan fool you though, it comes off much more silvery than it seems.
Moonlight would look great on the inner corners of the eye as well as on the cheek.
You can't go wrong with any of these shades. It all just depends on which type of glow you're going for.
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