Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit (4 x 0.26 oz.) retails for $40 USD ($52 CAD) and is said to be "a collection of glow kits with four metallic powder highlighters for intense luminosity."
* Hard Candy is described as a mood-changing golden peach w/ a pink pearl reflective finish.
* Starburst is described as a rush of cool pink w/ an iridescent finish.
* Crushed Pearl is described as a glimmering pink and silver w/ a crystalized chrome finish.
* Mimosa is described as a radiant golden peach w/ a metallic finish.
"Bring instant luminosity to the complexion with these four metallic powder highlighters. Just layer the highly blendable shades together or wear them separately on the eyes and body for a radiant look."
The packaging is sleek, cardboard palette with a magnetic closure that opens to reveal four rather large (0.26 oz. each, or 1.04 oz. in total) pans of product, which can be removed if desired—the back of the individual pans do list the product name and shade which is handy if you do happen to "depot" them. Also worth noting, the palette itself does not feature a mirror.
The formula is a very soft, finely-milled, silky texture that blends out easily on the skin and can be worn both on the face, as well as the eyes. They have a shimmery sheen that looks luminous on the skin without overly emphasizing the look of pores or imperfections easily.
Hard Candy is a medium peach with pink iridescent shift, warm undertones and a frosted finish. While this shade had a noticeable shift on the skin, I found the pigmentation to be more on the sheer side and it was the least metallic on the skin—I can see this working best as a blush topper, in most cases. It had a silky texture that blended easily and didn't accentuate pores. Hard Candy lasted +8.5 hours before fading. (5/5)