Annabelle Perfect Cream Highlight “Light Champagne” – Review, Swatches and Look

It’s time for a little Annabelle love on the blog.

Annabelle is one of the brands that was there when I first started experimenting with makeup, so it’s about time the brand makes another appearance.

This is the Annabelle Perfect Cream Highlight in Light Champagne. It comes in stick format in a retractable twist-up tube. It contains 6.2 g of product and is housed in a beige plastic tube with gold accents.

I applied this highlight straight from the tube to my face and then blended it out with my finger.

annabelle light champagne perfect cream highlight review swatches

As with many stick face products I was worried about the product lifting the foundation underneath or streaking when I blended it out, but with some slightly aggressive tapping, I was able to avoid that, although it still took some effort. It’s a pearly golden champagne shade with gold micro glitters that aired more on the side of subtle than intense, although it did look a bit greasy (some people love that look, though).

annabelle light champagne perfect cream highlight review swatches annabelle light champagne perfect cream highlight review swatches

Although it’s a nice shade, I’m just not the type to use a stick highlight. I prefer to use powder highlights and sometimes liquid highlights just so I have an easier time blending out the product when I inevitably go overboard. It’s available at Canadian drugstores that carry Annabelle, so it’s accessible and affordable, which is always a plus because high-end highlights run a pretty steep price tag. This product would work for someone who prefers a more minimal look with their makeup, as the product blended out easily on fresh skin that had no product underneath.

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