Size 0.45 oz|
Rated 3.25 out of 5 stars
Savannah from Gadsden, AL
The bronzer and highlighter in this product are really good. But, the blush is straight up shimmer with little to no pigment. I do not recommend using the "blush" as anything other than highlighter.
CaraM80 from NYC
I had high hopes for this palette but it didn't live up to them. I bought Elemental, which was supposedly created for fair skintones but unfortunately, I had issues with both the color and formula.
The bronzer is almost orange and although it's described as matte, it has sparkles throughout. The blush is a light pink shade and is pretty in the pan and swatches but it's a glitter bomb when blended onto the skin. The champagne highlight's formula is smooth and glitter free but it's much too dark and very warm toned.
I'm disappointed that this palette didn't work out because it would be nice for travel but since I can't use any shade in it, it's going back to the store.
**For reference, my best foundation matches are MAC Studio Fix in NW10, Estee Lauder DW in 1C0 Shell and YSL All Hours in BR10. Also, Shape Tape in 8B and 12N as well as MUR Conceal & Define in C0.7 & C1 are skintone matches.
Maddy from NC
I'm super into the idea of face palettes for different skin tones so I definitely wanted to try this. I got the gravitate palette and it's perfect for my NC47/ Fenty 390 skin tone. The formula is smooth with no patchiness. I love that the bronzer is a bit more of a neutral shade instead of being super red like a lot of deep bronzers. The highlight is a natural champagne color but it can be built up to a more blinding highlight if desired. I'm kinda meh on the blush however. It's not to reflective which I was worried about but the color is more pinky thank coral so it's not exactly my favorite blush color. It's still cute but just not my first choice. Overall I highly recommend.
Lexi from Kentucky
The colors are all really smooth and blend-able. However, the bronzer really isn't dark enough for "tan" skin tones. I'm on the lighter side of the "tan" spectrum and I couldn't get it to show up as a bronzer for the life of me. It's almost like just a setting powder. The blush is pretty but again is kind of light for being in a palette for tan skin tones. I almost feel like if they took the highlighter shade and removed all the glitter and made it into the bronzer formula it would be a better color.