Kathleen Lights X Make Up Geek Highlighter Palette

Kathleen Lights X Make Up Geek Highlighter Palette





If you have read my blog at all then you know I love all things Kathleen Lights! She is my favorite Youtuber to watch, and I love to support her collaborations with brands! This palette from Make Up Geek released a while ago, but I just recently got my hands on it. This palette contains three shades, all formulated for different skin tones. The pans are a large 0.25 oz each, and all three colors perform on the same level. The product is very finely milled, it never looks chunky or glittery. It applies smooth on the skin and doesn’t cling to any texture or dry spots I might have. The packaging is sleek and practical, and I absolutely adore the pattern pressed into the powders! Let’s get into a quick review of each individual shade!


“light gold”

The first color is a subtle yellow based gold. This is perfect for light skin tones, especially those with yellow or olive undertones. This goes perfectly with a warm smokey eye and nude lip. This can be applied easily, and built up to a more intense shade with a few layers.


“rosy pink”

This is my favorite of the three, and the one I am most likely to wear daily. Unlike the other two shades, this has a cool undertone. It reminds me a lot of my beloved Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick in Pink. This shade is very intense, especially when used as an inner corner highlight for the eyes.


“soft copper”

This shade is stunning, but way too dark for my skin. Instead, I prefer to use it as an eye shadow. It is similar in color to the MAC eye shadow single in Amber Lights, which is actually where Kathleen got her Youtube name! This is perfect for those with deeper skin tones though! I love that Kathleen included colors not just fit for her fair complexion, but many others as well.



This may seem steep, but I really think this product is worth it. The pans are all big, the quality is top notch, and you get three very different colors. You can also buy a cheaper one on the Make Up Geek website if it is “damaged” which may only be a surface level nick in the powder pattern!

Let me know if you’ve tried this palette out!

Glowingly yours,


P.S. All of the links in this post are my affiliate links with Make Up Geek. This post is not sponsored in any way.


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