Nothing to disclose, I purchased the product.
I ordered sample sizes of five of the eight Galaxy Glow Illuminator shades a while back. I can't remember why I didn't get the other three shades, whether they were out of stock or what, but I'd definitely grab samples with a future order.
"Galaxy Glow Illuminators are liquid highlighters
with fine light-reflecting particles that create an illuminating effect
on the skin without being too glittery or greasy." I haven't worn them yet, just the swatches, but I agree, they're not greasy and have the right amount of shimmer without being glittery.
I simply dipped a fingertip into the clamshell and swirled it onto bare skin. Both photos were taken outside, no flash. The first is indirect sunlight.
direct sun, a bit too bright to clearly see the shades
Here's Life's Entropy's color descriptions:
Light Year – bright pearl white (this is a great bright white, I'd use this a lot)
Nebula – pearl white that shifts pink-silver-green (my favorite of the bunch, much more pinky/silver, almost lavender as I move my arm)
Comet - opal peach
Solar Flare - rose gold
Aurora - pale pink (probably use this as much as Light Year, great pink)
Comet and Solar Flare are both pretty, but a bit more peach than I like for myself.
The shades I didn't get are:
Solstice - pale gold
Constellation - golden pale pink
Celestial - pearl white that shifts gold-copper-red
Full sizes are $12 to $14, for 16g. Samples are $1.50 to $2 for 1g.
I hope you've found the photos helpful, and thanks for looking.