I’ve already shared a review of the Pink Religion Stained Glass Hand Mirror, and this highlighter palette is just one of many makeup products in the collection.
As the name suggests, the collection is themed around the colour pink, with a ‘religion’ theme to the products, shade names and promotional imagery surrounding the launch.
“Introducing ‘Sacred Glass”’ our new Extreme Frost™ Palette with 3 new religiously iconic shades, Pearly Gates, Pink Purity, The Glass Supper, rich enough to make you pray for more!“
It feels a lot more luxe than any of the other Jeffree Star Highlighter Palettes, which I guess is why the price is a little higher, too. Inside the palette, there are three powder highlighters, which are all in the Extreme Frost formula.
Each of the three highlighter powders have raised patterns in the pans, with two of the shades having a starburst design with little stars, and the centre shade has a flaming heart with the Jeffree Star logo in the centre.
I’ve never tried any of the Extreme Frost Highlighters before, but the Jeffree Star Sacred Glass Extreme Frost Palette is possibly the most intense highlighter palette we’ve seen the brand launch.
Inside the palette, the three shades are;
- Pearly Gates – A marbleized effect blending icy white sparkles with soft pink sparkles
- Pink Purity – A pure fuchsia with pink sparkles
- The Glass Supper – A blend of rose gold sparkles to gold sparkles
I cannot get a decent photo showing how sparkly and glittery the shades are. They are crazy intense, and I knew they’d be too intense for my liking, to be worn as highlighters from watching Jeffree’s reveal video swatching them.
So I got the palette with the intention of using them as eyeshadows, and wow they’re beautiful as eyeshadows. They’re so reflective and multi-dimensional, and look as if you’ve applied loose glitter to the lids. I know the palette won’t be for everyone, but if you love sparkly eyeshadows, like I do, you’ll love this Jeffree Star Sacred Glass Extreme Frost Palette.