Barry M have been quite quiet on the new launches front, but the Barry M Glow Beam Illuminating Palette has launched alongside a massive product drop.
There’s at least fifteen new products including products for the brows, lips, eyes, nails and face, including three powder bronzers. If you’d like to know more about their latest highlighter palette, keep on reading…
Barry M Glow Beam Illuminating Palette
“Add an instant touch of radiance to any look with the Barry M Glow Beam Illuminating palette. Swipe a brush across all 4 highly pigmented shimmer shades and apply to high points of your face for a natural complexion enhancing glow!
This product’s formula is enriched with Fair Trade Shea Butter sourced from Tungteiya Women’s Association in Ghana.“
The Barry M Glow Beam Illuminating Palette is £6.99, and contains four different highlighter shades within a metallic bronze cardboard palette. There’s no mirror inside the lid, but Barry M have made the conscious decision to remove mirrors from their palettes, so they can be recycled and be more ec0-friendly.
Inside the palette, there appears to be a bright white shade, a metallic gold, pink champagne and dark bronze. The shades seem a little strange to me, as this is the only palette, and the shades go from a bright white to a dark, dark brown, and those shades wouldn’t work for the same person.
I think it’s great they have a pale highlighter, and a deep bronze highlighter but it feels like the four pans should have perhaps been split into duos instead, with the white and pink champagne shade being a duo for lighter skintones. Then the metallic gold and dark bronze being a duo for deep skintones.
For £6.99, it’s an affordable palette and I like that Barry M have designed it with the planet in mind, and if you are able to make the four shades work for your skintone, it’s available right now.
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