Rituel de Fille Rare Light Luminizers: Swatches

I talked about Rituel de Fille’s Rare Light Luminizer in Phosphene a few weeks back. It was a last minute toss in item that ended up being my favorite item of the whole order. I’ve been obsessed with it since. Rare Light Luminizers are a creamy highlighter that lasts well. These all have this amazing iridescent glow and smell faintly of lavender. Details per Rituel de Fille:

Rare Light Luminizers An unexpected light in the darkness appears, flickering with otherwordly radiance. This light may be a guide, a portent, a deception, or a glimpse of the divine.

Whether a trick of the eye or a change in the atmosphere, apparitions and distortions of light challenge your perception—while hinting at an unearthly magic. Radiant arcs reaching over the horizon, flickering blazes that move as if alive, and glimmers just at the edge of vision are the inspiration of myth and the source of limitless wonder.

We have captured this ephemeral, mysterious beauty to create our Rare Light Luminizers. 
Inspired by extraordinary light phenomena, each shade imparts an ethereal glow—with a highlight that subtly shifts and transforms to reveal a remarkable depth of color. Each can be worn on any part of the face or body to create a beguiling radiance.

This collection includes three stunning shades: 

Ghost Light Levitating with the glow of lantern light or the flickering flame of a candle, the ghost light flits through the darkness of forests and marshes, inspiring stories of will-o’-the-wisp and elemental spirits.  
This opalescent shade illuminates with a cool-toned pale pink and a shift of violet-blue.

Anthelion Visible as an arc opposite the sun, this mysterious halo refracts the warm glow of daylight in a stunning display.
This striking gold shifts with a subtle red-orange highlight, glowing warm like a ray of sunlight.  

Phosphene Often described as seeing stars, this kinetic perception of light is created by the viewer—the patterns observed in pitch-black darkness, the rhythmic shimmer of meditation, the sparks from rubbing your eyes.
This radiant neutral imparts a soft, pale beige glow with a hint of peachy-blush shift.

I have since grabbed the two other shades, there are three total. Read my review of Phosphene here for full details on the formula and what I thought of it. This post is for swatches of all the shades together. The descriptions they give the shades are spot on. Ghost Light is the lightest, I feared it would be too blue for me, but it works out as a pale cool blue pink. Phosphene is that beige peachy pink that’s still my favorite of the bunch followed by Anthelion a fiery light neutral gold with orange red pearl. I would recommend this formula to anyone. Out of the three shades, you can find one that works for your skin tone.

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