Is Anastasia’s Sun Dipped Glow Kit Worth It? The Reviews Actually Are In Here’s What You Should Know

Another highlighting product is on the market, but I’m not complaining. Since Anastasia Beverly Hills released their highlighter palette, everyone has been dying to find their perfect shade. So with news of a new color launching, you’ve probably been wondering is Anastasia’s Sun Dipped Glow Kit worth it? Here’s what we know.

Anastasia Beverly Hills released their Glow Kit highlighting palettes late last year, each featuring four pans of highlighting shades. The Gleam palette is four shades of peachy pink highlights — perfect for fair girls or anyone looking for a romantic, winter-to-spring glow. That Glow is a more sun-kissed and summer appropriate palette. Both retail for $40. If neither of those two color schemes worked for you, however, there’s a new little sister who has joined the team: Sun Dipped.

Sundipped has four shades — Bronzed, Tourmaline, Moonstone, and Summer — and they range from a deep copper brown to a white gold. It’s definitely the darkest palette of the Glow Kit trio, and perfect for medium to deep skin tones. Of course, fair girls can wear it too if they’re aim is to look super tan for the summer, or if they’re looking for a new eyeshadow or blush. The shades are multi-purpose. Bronzed can double as a, well, bronzer, but can even work as an eyeshadow.

According to all the reviews (even ones from our editors), Sun Dipped is totally worth it. No matter your skin tone, you can use all of these pans in a variety of ways. The highlights can double as blush, eyeshadow, bronzer, or contour depending on your skin tone and how you feel.

Sun Dipped #GlowKit From my Snapchat ?ABHCosmetics Thank you @cocoaswatches for adding shade names ? #anastasiabeverlyhills

A photo posted by Anastasia Beverly Hills (@anastasiabeverlyhills) on May 27, 2016 at 1:18am PDT

Versatility is a huge reason these highlighters are worth the $40, but on top of that they are super durable for traveling, and the pans can be removed so you can mix and match the palette shades into one custom palette for you. Finally, it’s a ton of product for the price, and what you’re getting is creamy, blendable, and buildable.

Instead of hearing “you look better without makeup” find a boo that says “damn that highlight though my cuteass glazed donut” ?? @flutterlashesinc ‘Intoxicating’ @anastasiabeverlyhills dipbrow ‘Ash Brown’ & clear brow gel @anastasiabeverlyhills @norvina Shadows: Burnt orange & realgar from #modernrenaissance palette @anastasiabeverlyhills #glowkit #sundipped Summer & moonstone @benefitaustralia ‘hoola’ to bronze

A photo posted by Saskia Török (@saskiatorok) on Jun 9, 2016 at 10:47pm PDT

Another view of yesterday. #modernrenaissance palette and summer highlight from the sundipped palette @anastasiabeverlyhills Lashes #pixieluxe from @houseoflashes

A photo posted by Katie Mulcahy (@lolaliner) on Jun 4, 2016 at 12:53pm PDT

Sun Dipped is available at Sephora, Ulta, Macys, and online at Our editors tried it out and gave it a 10 for glow factor, so have no fear: Sun Dipped is one of the best summer buys if you’re looking to get your glow on.

Time to shine bright like a diamond, guys!

Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit in Sun Dipped, $40,

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