Centre Of Attention is two-toned highlighter with a large frosty, pink outer and a rich, gold shimmer inner. The outer section is relatively sheer while the inner section is very glittery and has a strong, warm undertone. When swirled together, the powder becomes quite loose and when applied, the glittery parts are very visible on the skin which for some can be quite unflattering. The powder itself is soft and fine with the pink part more smoother than the gold. Overall, a nice product, but not anything out of the ordinary.
Exquisite Ego is described as a “soft white champagne” with a bronze base. The inner section is a peach beige with a frosted sheen. Very sheer upon first application, but became more pigmented with build. The outer bronze is a coppery orange, also with a frosted finish, but with added metallic tones. Both shades would probably look more pigmented if applied damp as the tones are very rich, especially the gold. This lasted seven hours on me.
Described as a “cool, pink nude” with a lustre finish, this is a lovely, natural shade. It was quite sheer when swatched, but once applied to the lips, the cool nude tones definitely shone through. The coverage is semi-opaque and is ever so slightly translucent. This lasted two hours on me and if you were looking for a similar shade, MAC’ Hue would be your best bet.
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