I love me a good value set and Sephora knows how to do them really well. I often purchase sets like this for stocking my freelance kit, refreshing my own makeup routine or acquiring a few good travel items. The Sephora Sunkissed Glow Kit nails all of those goals for me and is a complete and total home freaking run.
The Sunkissed Glow Kit retails for $45 and contains 8 products, 2 of which are full size. You could easily create a full look with the products in this set.
I expect these to sell out quickly so I’d recommend adding to cart if you’re interested. I kinda want to buy another but I’ll leave some for you.
Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon Eye Shadow Pencil-Champagne Diamonds
I already own this product in the shade Amber Haze, which I love. I wish the shade Champagne Diamonds didn’t have microglitter in it because if not, it would be such a beautiful light champagne cream shadow for everyday. I applied this to my inner corners and waterline, just for fun. Later in the day, I found glitter speckles on my face in a few places.
Tarte Seaglass Liquid Eyeshadow-Suite Life
This reminds me a lot of the Stila Glitter & Glow. I really love the rose gold shade and fast dry-down. The Tarte Seaglass Liquid Eyeshadow definitely has glitter, but I think it looks so pretty for a golden hour date night look. See below.
Artist Couture Diamond Glow Powder-Conceited
I have one of the Artist Couture Glow Powders in Illuminati and like it a lot for adding shimmer to the eyelid, or as a high impact highlighter. Described as a “light bronze”, I like that Conceited is not silver, not yellow gold, but a nice middle bronzey gold that works for the masses.
Fenty Beauty Sun Stalk’r Instant Warmth Bronzer-Shady Biz
Fenty only recently launched their bronzers so it was cool to try out such a new product. I really like this applied in the crease of my eye, as I like to wear most bronzers, and on the face. It’s matte, which is really the only way I like my bronzers, and the formula of Fenty Sun Stalk’r is a powder that feels super duper silky and soft.
Marc Jacobs Beauty Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter
I applied this under my foundation, the way I’d use a primer like Becca Backlight Priming Filter. I really liked the lit-from-within glow effect it gave. It was subtle this way, which is how I prefer highlight. I also tried applying the Beauty Dew Drops on top as a liquid highlighter, which worked but was more high impact than I’d wear. I bet you highlight feigns would be super into this on top though. It smells good too.
BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Highlighter-Vanilla Quartz
Sephora Collection Ultra Shine Lip Gel– Perfect Nude
I put this lil babe in my freelance kit and have topped a few bridesmaid’s lips with it. She real cute, but I wouldn’t call it a perfect nude. It’s like a peach, but I love peaches.
Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder-Glow
I just figured out today that this was not, in fact, a regular mini translucent loose setting powder but tha glow version. I have pores, which I’m fine with, but that also means I won’t use a shimmery powder to set my cheek and nose area. I also feel hesitant about using this on my under eye area because, I’m
a grown ass adult woman 35.
Do I recommend the Sephora Sunkissed Glow Kit?
I most definitely do! I think it’s an amazing value with nearly no duds that you can create a fully comprehensive look with.
If I have any criticisms, it’s that this set is definitely most ideal for light skin tones. I wish they made light, medium and dark versions of these sets. I have light, very yellow undertone skin and I feel like it was pretty much made for me but that isn’t so great for those with deeper skin tones.