Now I must say I'm liking the Extra Glow cream better than their original Eyeko cream which, to be honest, I found a bit hard to work with.
The Eyeko cream has more creamy texture to it and hence takes more time and effort to blend and settle onto the skin and once its on, it would go on to make my already large pores appear even larger, which isn't what I would desire for in a highlighter cream... but the Eyeko Extra Glow is a different story altogether....
Extra Glow has a more fluffy and light texture and hence takes less effort in blending into the skin surface, unlike the Eyeko cream, Extra Glow cream is also much easier to layer on the skin.
In the packaging its written that its an eye cream, moisturiser and highlighter all 3 in one, but I would rather not use this all over my face as I really dont want to end looking like a glowing 'Disco Ball'! lol. Nor would I use it under the foundation, due to its slippery texture it would prevent the foundation to adhere to the skin. Instead, I would use it selectively on brow & cheek bone, nose bridge and given the quantity you get within this cute £8 jar, one could also go on further to use it on the décolleté region, shoulders or even legs for that amazing shine!
I'm wearing the Eyeko Extra Glow on cheeks and chin
Have you tried the all new Eyeko Extra Glow Cream?
Note: The Eyeko Extra Glow cream was sent to me by the Eyeko PR for reviewing purpose. This is my honest review as always.