Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frosts in Ice Cold and Peach Goddess | Review

Jeffree Star Skin Frosts

When Jeffree Star first released the Skin Frosts, there were only 4 shades available. Well, they all looked beautiful so they immediately landed on my wishlist but actually, I only purchased two of those four. Since then, Jeffree Star has added more shades to his range. Today I’m finally reviewing the two I bought.


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Our highlighting powder is extremely pigmented, so get ready to glow like a lighthouse! (Beauty tip: This product can be used on the face, eyes & body! Apply with a brush of your choice, and let yourself shine. A little goes a long way. This product can be used wet or dry, depending on your desired intensity.)

*This product is: Vegan. Cruelty-Free. Talc Free. Paraben & Gluten-Free | 15G/0.53 OZ.
NOTE: This product has a unique soft buttery formula, making it delicate so handle with care!

Ingredients: Magnesium Myristate, Zinc Stearate, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Calcium Aluminum Borosilicate, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Silica, Triethylhexanoin, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Hexylene Glyco. May Contain (+/-) Titanium Dioxide (Cl 77891), Mica (Cl 77019), Iron Oxides (Cl77491, Cl 77492), Manganese Violet (Cl 77742), Ferric Ferrocyanide (Cl 77510), Yellow 5 Lake (Cl 19140), Blue 1 Lake (Cl 42090)

The Review:

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The Skin Frosts all come in a bright pink compact — the same shade of pink as his products really, equipped with a full-sized mirror inside. The Jeffree Star logo can be seen embossed across the pan. Each compact contains about 15g/0.53oz of product. Honestly, I haven’t dared swipe my brush across the star just so I can preserve the pattern. A big surface area makes it rather easy. Hehe.

Jeffree Star Skin Frost Ice Cold

Ice Cold can be described as a bright shade of ice-white. Peach Goddess is a rose-gold with some peach undertones. Both have metallic finishes to them that can seem intimidating given how they swatch but a subtle glow is just as possible with a light hand.

Jeffree Star Skin Frost Peach Goddess

The textures of the powders feels super soft, creamy and buttery. They’re highly pigmented and out of this world. I mean it! One sweep of my finger across the top is enough to deliver an amazing amount of shine. Do keep in mind that a little definitely goes a long way with the Skin Frosts. The formula blends so well and builds up quite easily. A disco-ball effect maybe in the future for you if you so desire with these highlighters. But like I said before, a light highlight can be done too I’ve been using my Anastasia Beverly Hills #23 brush with these to apply both a subtle and intense glow and it works well enough.

Jeffree Star has the biggest highlighters I have ever, EVER encountered! Considering the price and size of the products, I truly believe that one compact alone is worth every penny. Also, it’ll take a longer time to hit pan on one of these guys. That said, I’m going to give these a TWO THUMBS UP! So for those waiting on those restocks of the sold out shades, the wait is definitely worth it if you’re a highlighter addict. Cross my heart– err, my star.

Jeffree Star Skin Frosts Ice Cold Peach Goddess swatches

Each Skin Frost retails for $29. I had pre-ordered mine through @beautyandyouthph for Php 1750. By the way, I still have King Tut, Mint Condition and Lavender Snow on my wishlist. As of this posting, only Lavender Snow, So Fucking Gold and Dark Horse are unavailable at Jeffree Star Cosmetics.

Do you have any Skin Frosts in your stash? Which shades are you loving?


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4 thoughts on “Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frosts in Ice Cold and Peach Goddess | Review

  1. Pingback: Best Highlighters of My 2016 | Girl Behind the Glasses

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