Private Society Glow Getter Palette
I picked up the Glow Getter Palette from Private Society after the infamous Scott Barnes used it on Tati’s face and Michele Wang raved about it in her 2019 favorites. After trying it myself, I have to say it is indeed gorgeous!
The powder feels buttery soft and sits on the skin beautifully. It has a metallic + sparkly finish. The lighter shades are somewhat sheer in the sense that it is see-through and you can see your skin underneath. However, it can emphasize your skin texture if you apply too much.
My favorites from this palette are:
- Star-Crossed: a light yellow gold
- Trophy Wife: a light bronzy gold
- Pink Haze: a peachy pink
And I like to mix these shades.
The two pinky shades, Candyland and Ice Queen, are lovely too but I just prefer warmer toned highlighters. Blazed and Jackpot are too deep for my skin tone but they can be used on eyes. Champagne Showers is probably my least favorite from this palette – it is a bit underwhelming compared to the other shades.
I think the price, $42 for eight shades, is very reasonable and the quality is solid. A must-have for all highlighter junkies!
Private Society Secret Admirer Palette
The Secret Admirer Blush Palette is lovely too. The blush blends well. It is fairly pigmented, especially the matte ones. Lighter-skin tones would need to use a light hand with these.
The first row features four pink tones:
- First Kiss: a beautiful “amplifier,” which can be used on top of a blush
- Day Dreaming: a matte warm pink shade with some sparkles
- Rose Petals: a matte bright pink
- Pinky Swear: a wearable cool-toned pink
The second row features four peach/orange/bronze tones:
- Infatuation: a matte bronze
- Bashful: a matte coral shade with some sparkles. Perfect for summer
- Sweet Romance: a matte neutral nude. I can wear a light layer of this shade
- Coral Crush: a rusty bronze
Overall, I think this is a nice palette too but I am more impressed with the glow getter palette.