L.A. Girl Strobe Lite Strobing Powder Review:

L.A. Girl Strobe Lite Strobing Powder Review:

Nov 29, 2016, 3:54:26 AM Life and Styles

Watts up, glamour babes! I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday, filled with lots of love, laughter, and good eats! So, as we are all trying to fathom the large amounts of food our bodies have consumed over the last fours days. I thought I'd talk about L.A. Girl's Stobe Lite Strobing Powder to lighten the mood. Their Strobe Lite Powder highlights facial features by creating more depth and dimension where light usually hits. The soft and silky powder adds a fresh glow to any part of the face you wish to enhance. Strobe Lite can be applied alone or over makeup for a perfect glowing complexion, and I concur with all of the above. 

Out of the twelve shades I chose five, even though I wanted them all, lol. You can get these on the L.A. Girl website for $9 each, but if you want to save some cabbage, check out Jet.com. Jet sells L.A. Girls Strobing Powder for $5.95 Each. When you add more than one, the price begins to drop, and if you spend $35 you will get free shipping, and 15% off your first purchase. I ordered 30 Watt, 40 Watt, 50 Watt, 70 Watt, and 80 Watt, subtotaling to $27, plus tax and shipping $35. I'll take a $10 savings any day!
The twelve hues range from 10 Watt through 120 Watt, and come in tones of beautiful bronzes, soft pinks, rose golds, champagnes, to luminescent whites. 
30 Watt- is a pinkish beige with a reflective silvery purple duo chrome finish. 

40 Watt- is a rose gold with a coppery undertone.

50 Watt- is a soft champagne gold, which kinda reminds me of Becca's Moonstone Pressed Highlighter. 

70 Watt- is a baby pink 

80 Watt- is a bright white gold

These highlighters are lightweight, highly pigmented, velvety soft, smooth to the touch, apply evenly, leave no streaks, are buildable, and the compacts are huge! Even if you end up paying full price for them, they're totally worth it. I love the diverse shade range L.A. Girl has developed for their highlighters. You cant go wrong choosing the level of intensity your skin tone (suitable for all) craves when wanting to create the perfect glow and highlight, the watts speak volumes. 

Have you tried L.A. Girl's Strobe Lite Strobing Powders?! Do you have a favorite shade in particular? Which one?! Show me the wattage!

Stay beautiful, xo. 

Published by Samantha Malin

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