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inika light reflect cream (highlight) review!

what is the brand inika? Inika  are a certified organic, 100 % natural, mineral, botanical,vegan, cruelty- free, non-toxic makeup brand. they do all ranges of makeup for those who love all of the natural products! which i think is great for those who love the natural brands.

The product i want to talk about it is the light reflecting cream which is used to enhance and brighten your features, for example; your cheekbones or brow and eye area!



 I got this little gem in my feel unique 12 day advent calendar! which a friend got me as a gift :)  I had never actually heard about this brand before, but im so glad i do now!.

The advent calendar seemed to of been really good for it its value of money, as this product alone retails at £19 and its full size...result! Although being full size, it is a small tube, which some reviews have said they were disappointed with the price for the size it is, BUT a little really does a go a long way! you literally need a tiny amount! I've used mine for a few weeks now and I've hardly used any up! i normally just apply mine onto my cheek bones.
it gives a pretty glow! not over powering like you have two strobe lights on your cheeks bones but a nice subtle, but definitely noticeable glow!
The one thing i will say about this product is that is does dry pretty quick, so as soon as you apply it to the areas you want it, blend it in straight away. I apply mine with just my fingertips but you can use a little brush to blend it in but i prefer just to dab! after revealing a lovely natural youthful glow!

Have you tried any of the products? what would you recommend?


on feel unique they currently have 10% off!

stacey x

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