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And thou shalt be the first of witches known;
And thou shalt be the first of all i' the world;
And thou shalt teach the art of poisoning,
Of poisoning those who are great lords of all;
Yea, thou shalt make them die in their palaces;
And thou shalt bind the oppressor's soul (with power); 1
And when ye find a peasant who is rich,
Then ye shall teach the witch, your pupil, how
To ruin all his crops with tempests dire,
With lightning and with thunder (terrible),
And the hall and wind....

                                                      Charles G. Leland, The Gospel of Witches

This salmon-peach highlight is an elusive colour - a warm base colour with a cool violet shimmer.  It is truly magical. 


Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide, Iron Oxide, Magnesium Stearate, Tin Oxide, Carnauba Wax


Items are filled by volume rather than by weight.

  • Sample Bags are 1/4 tsp (approximately 0.5mL) of product in a medium plastic bag.
  • Sample Jars are 1/4 tsp (approximately 0.5mL) of product in a 5mL acrylic jar.
  • Half sizes are 1 tsp (approximately 2g) of product in a 20ml sifter jar.
  • Full sizes are 2tsp (approximately 4g) of roduct in a 20ml sifter jar.


  • This shade is vegan.
  • This shade is eye safe and lip safe.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Ethereal and wearable?

I don't know how a highlighter can simultaneously be so unique and otherworldly but still very wearable?

For context, I have a warm-undetoned light to medium skin tone, the peach in this highlighter just makes me look sunkissed and beautiful, wheras the pastel violet just adds this ethereal gorgeous-ness that I cannot describe. It reflects this very brightening lilac while not looking too stark against my skin tone. Those cool tone baby pink blushes and lilac highlighter have been trending but never could work on me because they look too stark on its own, this highlighter let's me bring this to my skin tone in a very wearable way.
Formula blends beautifully with a small blush brush and then buff it out, doesn't cling weirdly on my dewy cheek makeup (normally I don't set the outer face with powder)

Only gripe is I have to be very careful when applying because the formula is a loose powder, so it's difficult to apply. When I'm taking me time I can be okay with that, but I want to bathe myself in it everyday (which I cant do! ). Though, I don't know if the formula could work as well in a pressed version? Not a chemist I have no clue. I WOULD LOVE A CREAM VERSION!

Reetta J.
Works as a blush

I got a sampler of this in my latest order. It's a bit too dark for me to be used as a highlight, but it does make a lovely peachy blush. Blends very well and the shimmer is nice and subtle.