YBP Color Creams Shreya Jain The Goddess Review and First Impression

Hi everyone!! I'm very excited as I write the first impression and review for one of the four products from the YBP cosmetics Color Create Show range. It has only been 4 days since it launched and I'd purchased it right away and have just received it! The face of this cosmetic line is Shreya Jain, who is one of my favourite youtubers. She is absolutely up in the game because of her skills, and when I knew she was the face of a makeup line, including a highlighter, I knew I had to get it!

I've just received the highlighter and it would be too early to call it a review, though I will update the blog after I've used it a couple of times. Here's the first impression.

YBP color creams goddess review

YBP color creams goddess review

YBP color creams goddess review

ybp color creams goddess swatch

ybp color creams goddess swatch

Price & Quantity-

Rs 1200 for 14g


Isododecane, Mica, Paraffinum Liquidum, Titanium(V) oxide, Silica, Isohexadecane.
Paraben and Talc free.

My First Impression-

Th packaging somehow reminds me of the Huda Beauty packaging, even though there's not much in common. The outer packaging came in a sturdy cardboard box, inside was a chocolate, a handwritten note by Shreya Jain and the box containing the product. 

The product comes in a transparent tube which is quite sturdy and travel-friendly. 

The highlighter is a very emollient I'd say. The highlighter contains no differentiable shimmer or glitter whatsoever, and I love this fact. This is the kind of highlighter that melts into your skin, it makes you look like you don't have any product on your face and just marries your skin. It doesn't emphasize texture at all, rather when you touch it feels like your touching oil and putting oil on your skin, but its not really oily (if that makes sense). It does set in a while, but not completely dry, you can still move it around with the help of your fingers or blending sponge. Can be used as a banging, blinding highlighter or a very natural, glow-from-within kind and there are not a lot of highlighters that are able to do that, this one's a winner!

Coming to ingredients, I appreciate that it does not contain parabens or talc (To know more about the harmful effects of these-click here) . Also, there is a complete ingredient list which many brands shy away from doing. The ingredients are also very safe as per the rating of EWG (What's this?) , I did check all of them. This means it is very safe if used mixed with moisturiser or foundation even on a daily basis.

Review and Final Verdict-

Will update after prolonged usage! But, if you're looking for something really safe for everyday wear, go ahead and buy it!


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