We don’t think we’ve seen anything more gorgeously encased than Missha’s innovative Shimmering Ball Blusher. This medley of pretty pastel balls borne from fine pearl powders and enriched with mineral clay powder add long-lasting color and subtle shimmer to the cheeks. It’s also infused with Phyto-Oligo, an aloe extract, that soothes sensitive skin and prevents inflammation. Elegantly packaged and perfectly spill-proof with a luxe, soft-bristled brush for fuss-free application, this little beauty will certainly be a keeper in your cosmetic kit, and will be come in handy when you need to do easy touchups or use it to decorate your vanity.
Korean brand and local cult-fave Missha has been offering customers high-quality yet affordable products since they started purveying their items through Beauty.net in 2000. Realizing that cosmetics and skincare were no longer a luxury but a vital part of everyday, they decided to make it their goal to create premium products that were inexpensive but worked wonders for the skin. Today, they’ve launched a series of successful product lines for both men and women, and breached the international market, with stores in New York, Hong Kong, Australia, and Singapore.
I love the healthy glow that this shimmer gives, natural with the best, finely milled particles, big pores don't look horrible with this product, in fact, it kind of covers pores... I feel. Love this product, so easy to use and lasts forever. Have had mine for about a year now,about 2 years ago
I really love Missha products as much as I love Etude House, TonyMoly, Innisfree, Nature Republic, SkinFood and Lioele. One of the first Missha products I've tried was the Perfect Cover BB Cream which was my bb bestfriend in College. After testing many products from Missha (I still remember my love for their BB Boomer) I listed this as one of the Missha items I wanted to own before my birthday. Luckily this was selected by one of my relatives who saw the wishlist I posted online. This was a great highlighter, it gives you that glow that doesn't look fake. Some highlighters are too glittery for my liking and this was a more natural substitute to those highlighters. However, it's still not the best one out there. And for the price, I wouldn't really repurchase it. But I loved it when I tried it, it's just not one of my favorite highlighters out there.over 2 years ago
Missha Shimmering Ball Blusher #1 is a great alternative to Guerlain meteorites at a fraction of the cost. Although I still find the ones from Guerlain more superior than this in terms of making the skin look ethereal, this is not that bad either. It makes the skin look more radiant than ever.over 2 years ago
I got this product because it seemed so fun to use and, sadly, I accidentally left behind my Guerlain Meteorites that my mom gave me in a hotel room. :( I decided to try this since it was from a reputable Korean brand but I wasn't completely sold on the effect on my face. The puff made it a bit difficult for me to concentrate the luminous glow in areas I wanted, but for those who prefer a diffuse glow, it would probably be much more satisfying. A last pro is that it takes forever to finish, but then that's also probably because I don't really find it essential to use on a regular basis.over 2 years ago
The Guerlain one is better but this can be considered a more affordable alternative. Not the best but not that bad either.almost 3 years ago
I tried this out of curiosity and the cute packaging and because I've read that this is a cheaper dupe of Guerlain's Meteorites. It is an okay highlighter. I'll probably try another brand once I'm done with it or sticking with my current highlighter. But I like how it's not very shimmery than I expected when I first opened it. Packaging is really nice and handyalmost 3 years ago