glazed donut: glossier haloscope + boy brow review

Recently on my Instagram, I paid tribute to my empty Glossier boy brow. I used up my last tube about two months ago and decided to look for some drugstore alternatives. I tried the Pixi Natural Brow Duo and the Sonia Kashuk tinted brow gel, but none compare to the texture of this bad boy right here. This brow gel is the trusty sidekick to my sparse asian brows.

Reasons why boy brow is so great // + tames unruly hairs + adds just enough color to make me look like I actually have eyebrows (I use the shade brown) + the color is more cool-toned + does not flake or feel stiff--brow hairs are supposed to be soft!

Shania wears Haloscope in Topaz.

Shania wears Haloscope in Topaz.

The next item I ordered was the Haloscope highlighter in Topaz. While I've had my eye on the new Cloud Paint (in Dusk..so beautiful..) since it dropped, I decided to prioritize this highlighter first. I have a few blushes that I should be trying to use up right now before I buy more. 

I don't know why I joined the Haloscope craze so late but I am so happy I did! The highlighters I have at the moment are all very pale, pink tones. However, I really wanted a golden bronze color especially since it has been warming up here in California. This shade is perfect for my yellow undertones. I also really like the texture of the product as well. 

Some "highlights" of Haloscope // + super hydrating and dewy, but not uncomfortable or heavy (especially for oily skin) + nice pigmentation + no chunky glitter! + awesome blendability

My concluding thoughts on Glossier:

This recent purchase at Glossier has reminded me of how much I love their products. Although I've recently become a green beauty convert, I feel like I will still have one toe in the door for Glossier products because of how simple and effective they are.

Until next time, Megan.