hourglass scattered light

Hourglass Scattered Light

I wear glitter all year round. I love it. Many of my clients however, prefer a satin or matte finish. I get it, glitter can be messy and sometimes perceived as OTT. What if I told you there was a product that offers instant sparkle, impact AND an effortless, sophisticated vibe? Perfect for drinks with the girls, date nights and weddings. Hello Hourglass Scattered Light, you beauty.

I would describe Scattered Light as an eyeshadow topper. This is because I tend to apply it over a cream eyeshadow base. The formula is unusual – a cream/powder hybrid. As a result, it’s easy to apply with a finger or flat shadow brush and there’s minimal fall-out. It is glitter, but not as we know it. The product is a mix of finely milled soft glitter, pigment and light reflective pearl particles. Resulting in a chic, refined, prismatic eye look. Glitter has grown up, and it’s absolutely divine.

Personally, I like to team this product with a relaxed smudgy liner and lashings of mascara. It keeps it cool and slightly undone (my desired style). This would work beautifully for a bridal makeup look. On the other hand, if you’re into smokey eyes and false lashes, scattered light would work perfectly as an inner corner shadow or to create a spotlight/cut crease.

Molten – Ray – Foil

I purchased a Scattered Light set in the Christmas sales (this is a great way to try new makeup). They’re available in individual shades for £26.00 all year round at Cult Beauty and other high-end beauty retailers.

Follow me on Instagram to see how I use eyeshadow toppers. I post regular reviews and makeup looks over there.

Rebecca xx