This quad contains four finely filled, skin illuminating powders that freshen up the skin instantly. Crushed Pearl is the infamous shade of the four as this glimmering pink and silver shimmer highlights and gives the illusion of chiselled cheekbones. I use Crushed Pearl on my cheeks, cupids bows and brow bones for a soft, illuminated finish; whilst Starburst was the hue that I was initially disappointed by. I thought this cool pink highlighter didn't suit my complexion, but I soon realised that it complimented the other powders perfectly- especially when used on the cheeks.
The golden hues of Mimosa work perfectly as a bronzer to compliment my contour and highlight my cheekbones. Although I don't use this shade all over my face, I think this will look amazing in the Summer when I have more of a tan. Hard Candy is a golden peach pink which acts as an illuminating blusher. It flatters the cheeks and is perfect if you want to give a bit of life to your matte blushers.
I always opt for fresh, glowing skin all year around, so this quad is an amazing addition to my collection. Although the packaging is much heavier than I expected and it doesn't have a mirror, I still think that it will remain sturdy when travelling and keep all of my shades safe. These can be applied either dry or damp, but I prefer to use my Morphe M501 Pro Pointed Blender Brush as it can provide a natural finish or be built up to create a more intense look. I'm sure when the hotter months come rolling in that I will be lusting after the That Glow palette too.
Have you tried the Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kits?