If you’re looking for a product to add a lit-from-within glow to your makeup base, this might be the answer! Or one of, anyway.
The Dinoplatz Pearl Bay Invasion in #1 Mother of Pearl by too cool for school is a liquid illuminator that you can mix with your face base or use to highlight certain points.
Product Description: “Radiant skin that seems like 100 of fluorescent lights turned on.”
— Creates three-dimensional & natural skin through pearls by reflection & curve of light.
— 7 ingredients that contain high moisture keep moisturizing skin for hours.
— adheres to skin tightly and leaves smooth and refreshing feeling.
I don’t know about the rest of its claims—I didn’t particularly feel like this moisturized my skin or refreshed it—but I can vouch for it creating a natural-looking dewiness.
I only ever use this mixed in with my face base (1:2, illuminator:BB cream ratio) because the pump dispenses too much product for me to just use it on isolated parts of my face. I’m tempted to depot just a few pumps to use for that purpose, though I find that liquid products are generally a bit messier.
The consistency of the product is very liquid-y, and when mixed in with my BB cream of choice, makes the product a little bit easier to spread around the face. Like I said in my illuminator/highlighter inventory, there is a gasoline-rainbow type of sheeniness (lol) going on around here. That’s where the glow comes from, as opposed to actual glitter particles.
The Dinoplatz Pearl Bay Invasion comes in two colors:
I got the lighter shade, which is apparently more suited to fairer skin tones. It is white with a sort of pinky duochrome sheen to it, whereas Baby Pink Clam seems to have a pink base and a golden glow. Wiji picked up Baby Pink Clam a few months ago, though, and said that it really leaned more to the gold side.
I wish I got that one, but Mother of Pearl seems to work okay on me, yes?
Since I use this with a liquid base, I usually top off my face with a translucent or finishing powder, though I didn’t do that for the pictures in this post. The powder doesn’t diminish any dewiness, but it does help control oiliness because it sets my liquid-y base!
All in all, I think it’s a great, mid-range product to try out, which is awesome considering I honestly only bought this for the dinosaurs.
Manila’s first branch of too cool for school is located in SM Mall of Asia. I bought my Dinoplatz Pearl Bay Invasion from Korea Depart for $17.57.
I have no information on too cool for school’s animal testing policy.