There’s a very exciting new launch from Hourglass today; the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette II. Hourglass received a lot of backlash in the last few months regarding their lack of inclusivity with their base products, and this new Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette II features three deeper shades of their iconic Ambient Lighting Powders. Keep on reading to find out more…
Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette II
Hourglass launch different variations of their Ambient Lighting Palettes from time to time, but the shades are generally catered for those with light to medium skintones.
The brand hasn’t ever created a palette for those with deeper skintones, so I think it’s great they’ve launched the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette II, as the shades are definitely deeper than any of the palettes they’ve launched thus far.
The Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette II is a highly anticipated second version of the bestseller, allowing you to recreate your perfect light with three shades of Ambient Lighting Powder, acting as an instant filter to deliver a flawless complexion with a multidimensional glow.
This palette contains three face powders, all of which feature the groundbreaking Photoluminescent Technology. Designed to capture, diffuse and soften surrounding light to refine the skin’s appearance. Hourglass claim they manipulate light to filter out imperfections, pores and wrinkles with it.
The three shades are much deeper than the shades in previous palettes, but there’s still room for deeper shades within their range.
- Soft Light
- Radiant Light
- Golden Bronze Light
Hopefully the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette II is the beginning of a more inclusive shade range for the brand. Once further information is shared, I’ll be sure to update this post, but it’s another stunning edit, and a great addition to their range.
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